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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.

Local Taxes; vaccines; NLTRA

In response to COVID coverage; Why the Long Lines at the Truckee Post Office; The California Tourism Advertising Industrial Complex; more.

The Community Responds to COVID Efforts; Save the Ink

Readers Reflect: No more STRs; coyote love; more.

COVID is still here; vigil response

Moonshine made me a local; COVID won’t slow down; more.

TTSA Employee Says Coverage Important; Keep Squaw True


Without your exposure, the TTSA board of directors and general manager hold little accountability; Junior high student says allowing the Squaw Valley Village development would completely change the community of mountain people

Second homes; parks and first responder appreciation

Second home is where the heart is (response to Tahoe Talks); personal connection and response to Rosie the Riveter and the WASP; more.

NTPUD Needs a Change; Time to Check Back in


A differing of opinions about the NTPUD race, and its potential effect on the TTSA board

Activists’ Signage; Performing Arts Center

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

Teresa O’Dette is Uniquely Qualified to Serve on Airport Board


JOHN T. WARD: Teresa O’Dette hasn’t just talked about making positives changes to the Truckee/Tahoe community, but she has worked to bring about those changes. Help her to continue this work as a director of the Truckee Tahoe Airport Board.

Hospital Board Candidate Randy Hill Offers Excellence in Leadership for High...


ANDY & ALICIA BARR: We all have something to gain personally by electing Randy Hill to the hospital board — through the continuation and even improvement of the high quality rural healthcare we have, and through the improved governance of the hospital.

Opposing the Tahoe City Cross-Country Lodge; Props on Shedding Proper Info


Opposition to the planned cross-country ski lodge in Tahoe City continues; props on props; and back in the grocery aisle


Killing It

Setting the Record Straight

When Demand Exceeds Supply

Dodging the Draft