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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.

KSL Plan Analysis Based on Poor Science; Where does the JMT...

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Letters to the editor, Facebook comments, and more

Longtime Gas Price-Fixing; Not so Distant

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In support of rate increases for underground lines; gas station price-fixing; separation of snowmobilers and skiers

ELECTION 2018 | Candidate Endorsements Oct. 16

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We’ve had a bevy of campaign endorsement letters to the editor submitted this month, which we take as a great sign that our community is getting involved. Here is the latest batch of letters, and we’ll be continuing to publish them throughout the month so keep ‘em coming Truckee/Tahoe!

Wallace and Terry Balance Airport’s Services and Mountain Town Life

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PACO LINDSAY: Balancing the needs of the airport with impacts to the community is complicated. Lisa Wallace and Andrew Terry both know and understand these issues.

A Letter To My Fellow Millennials

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ANDRIA GUTIERREZ: Vote for Randy Hill. This is for our future.

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.

Local Endorsements; IVGID Transparency

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Response to IVGID article, state representative debate; local candidate endorsements; more.

Dear Editor: Hospital Board Member John Mohun Serves the Community, Not...

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LYNNE R. LARSON: John Mohun stands up for the community and is concerned about the high costs of care; I fear Randy Hill will only serve those donors who have a financial interest in Tahoe Forest Hospital.

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

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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.

NTPUD Needs a Change; Time to Check Back in

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

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