To “end on the positive” in our print editions, Feel Good Stories share inspirational stories that impact the community in non-traditional ways.
A stray dog latches onto a team during the Adventure Racing World Championship in Ecudador, leading him to find a forever home in Sweden.
Truckee team Hudson Verbeck used the Sierra Mountain Cemetery as the centerpiece for his Eagle Scout service project.
In unorthodox fashion, Tahoe’s finest will be utilizing paddleboards, electric motorcycles, and horses in addition to their more conventional foot, bike, and squad car patrolling for summer work.
The all-female Mountain Belles barbershop group brings joy to the community through their singing.
A 14-year-old blind dachshund and her 4-yeard of companion are adopted from the Pet Network Humane Society.
“Today, I am here to say that despite a completely failing body, I move forward,” Deborah Vick says about her life, and the touching help she receives from her service dog, Peeta.
The fairytale story of two business owners who fell in love while on the Tahoe City Downtown Association board.