A Call Away
Nurse practitioner Emily Allina is offering North Tahoe residents house calls as an alternative to trying to get into busy doctors’ offices for minor ailments.
BackCountry at the Forefront
Mike Schwartz, owner of The BackCountry, thinks of his employees as family and has found that providing housing is the key to keeping them long term.
Long May You Run
Jen and Michael Raffaeli met in Yosemite working in outdoor education. From there, it was wherever the dog sled took them.
Are you content with where your life is headed? Cultivating our ideal environment is key to finding alignment in our lives.
Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue has been teaching winter survival skills to area kids for the past 25 years.
Words of wisdom from a teenage social media maven on the responsibility of using such platforms.
Ever wonder why everyone looks the same at the resort? It’s not because you all bought the same jacket. The snowsports industry is working to fix its inclusivity problem.
Rescuing the Rescuers
Community members came to the rescue of Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue, volunteering time and materials to solve the problem when the group’s new snowcat was too big to fit in the garage.
The Eye of the Heart
In the spirit of the season, the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe shares one very special story of just how important pets can be. Also, a list of the vital programs HSTT has developed for the community.
How to Find Calm in a Crazy World
Licensed therapist Lindsay Simon explores how to find a sense of calmness in the midst of all the craziness going on in the world. It’s all about the power of positivity.