My Shot

My Shots are essentially our version of an Op-ed. These opinion pieces are either submitted to the paper, then vetted and edited by the opinion editor, or solicited by the opinion editor based on our desires for hitting certain topics. My Shots are Moonshine Ink opinion pieces that must take a stance on an issue — typically starting with a problem, establishing an argument for your stance, then answering with a call to action. Email editors@moonshineink.com to submit yours!

Squaw Has Our Support

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Six Village at Squaw Valley merchants state why they support Squaw Valley Ski Holdings.

Yes on R – Trails for Truckee

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Truckee Trails Foundation Executive Director Allison Pedley urges for a yes vote on Measure R.

Nuclear Experimentations Limit Free Speech

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Local author discusses the issues surrounding nuclear experimentations.

Squaw Valley’s Redundant Water Supply

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Squaw Valley Public Service District's General Manager explains the district's proposed plan to develop a backup water supply from Martis Valley's aquifer.

Is the Community Ready for More Squaw Valley Development?

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Tahoe City resident Dane Shannon reveals lessons learned from a meeting with Wayne Poulsen Jr., whose family were Squaw Valley's first residents.

What’s Next for Our Used, Abused, and Beloved Squaw Creek?

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Squaw Valley resident and geologist Dave Brew gives a history lesson on Squaw Creek.

The Surreal Nature of Tahoe Politics and the Tahoe Summit

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Friends of Lake Tahoe president opines on Tahoe's annual summit and the words of Al Gore

Speaking Up to Protect Squaw Valley: What Would Muir Do?

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Gaffney consults the godfather of conservation when considering the Squaw village expansion project

Realities of Keeping Tahoe Blue

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BY CHACO MOHLER We passed two seminal watershed moments in Lake Tahoe restoration over the last few years, but don’t be surprised if you missed...

Graffiti Distorts World-Class Natural Landscape of Donner Pass

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BY SUSAN LINDSTROM Thank you for considering my comments on your recent article in the June issue of Moonshine Ink, “The Traces We Leave: Graffiti...

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