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Readers Reflect

Readers Reflect houses bite-sized letters to the editor. They come to us in many shapes and sizes, and it is up to the opinion editor to vet submissions, slim them to size, and edit them for style and clarity when appropriate. Email editors@moonshineink.com to share your reflection, or comment on one of our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter posts.

Human vs. Motor-Powered Sports; Tahoe Donner GM Talk

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Responses to Tahoe Donner General Manager Ousted For No Cause, the case for designating people-powered and motor-powered sports areas in the Basin

Activists’ Signage; Performing Arts Center

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Response to online exclusive about the Women’s March; Reactions to the update on the Truckee Art Haus & Cinema; more.

Enforcement Over Regulation; Acting Now on Climate

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Readers Reflect: Calls to climate action and in rejection of the necessity of fossil fuels; reaction to STRs, horses, bears; more.

Pennies for the Win; We’re Our Own Enemy

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Readers Reflect: Success of Tahoe City's Penny Bear sculpture; PG&E and fossil fuels aren't to blame, it's us

Listen to PG&E; Internet Enforcement

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Readers Reflect: Connections between wildfire, power, and climate; reaction to Facebook Cops

Not In Our Mutual Backyard; Yellow Jacket Horror Story

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Hotel Avery, Not in My Backyard-ism, and yellow jackets; reactions to recent Moonshine articles

Proposals for Housing Regulations; We Would Be Trapped

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Housing Crisis, Tahoe Summit, daring rescue, and wildfire fears; reactions to recent Moonshine articles

True Patriots; Good Character

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A local duckling rescue by children inspires wildlife and environmental stewardship; readers reflect to popular online exclusive stories on social media

A Case of Mischaracterized Identity of Data and Sources; Evidence Lacking...

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The community continues to weigh in on Tom McClintock’s and John Henry Beyer’s My Shot pieces and other local topics regarding climate change.

Anti-Global Warming Hysterics; Thanks to Squaw Valley

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More climate change feedback; thanks to Squaw Alpine for supporting HR 763, the climate change legislation

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