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Publisher's Note

Musings from the top, by publisher Mayumi Peacock

Scrappy Solutions in Today’s World

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Our publisher believes herself to be scrappy and a critical thinker — the perfect recipe for being a solutions sleuth.
 

Illusions of Someday

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When we get through this global pandemic, big changes are likely. I hope for a profound shift to heal the divisions that stymie our country. And I found the answer on a bumper sticker.

Since the Dawn of Time, It’s Been About Dogs

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Our mission this edition? Celebrate the canines who have it best in the world — Tahoe dogs.

Heed the Call to Hunker Down

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The massive December storms and resultant wild experiences remind us of the need to slow down.

The Many Faces of the Housing Issue

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Moonshine's publisher discusses why our series on the region's housing crisis is important to our community and in developing solutions.  

Calling a Spade a Spade

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Moonshine Ink is the process of renaming parts of our paper, calling to mind the question of what’s in a name.

Would a Buck-Fifty of Words Get You to a 9 a.m....

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Just 130 words motivated this guy to take time out of his day to attend a public agency board meeting. And he wasn’t the only one.

There Will Never Again Be Another Manita Nery

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The river is raging. While it’s darn beautiful and much needed, I am reminded of a profound loss I experienced 15 years ago due to a freak accident.

Survival of the Kindest

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Forget about survival of the fittest. Helping each other improves our ability to survive.