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 to share your reflection, or comment on one of our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter posts.

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

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

Forgetting Loyalty; Regular Rentals


Ikon pass is bypassing seniors; Short term rental debate continues; Love to a longtime community mom

Proposals for Housing Regulations; We Would Be Trapped

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

Quasi-Public, Quasi-Transparent; What the World Needs Now


Sharing the story of losing her lapdog, Frances Hamilton focuses on the heroes not the anguish, and that is inspiring.

Locals Not Necessary; Suck It Up


Letters to the editor, Facebook comments, and more

Bikers Need to be Heard; The War on Workers


Why aren’t we discussing the war on workers? Tahoe’s trash problem needs to be addressed.

Airport Candidate Andrew Terry Offers Valuable Insight


LEEDS DAVIS: Andrew Terry has contributed his extensive understanding and resource to the airport district for many years.

Raley’s Longtime Interest; The Canadian Method


Weighing in on the grocery Store Wars; Get Tahoe City Lodge going

Dear Editor: Airport Candidate O’Dette an Organized Leader, Voice for Many


JANET WEES: With the growth we are seeing in the Truckee/Tahoe area, our community needs an organized leader that can be the voice for many. O’Dette is the most ideal candidate, hands down.

Bringing More Traffic to Already Dangerous Tahoe City Street; Celebrate Prom...


Proposed new locations for Tahoe XC Ski Area pose serious danger; Drunk driving: A lesson from my life must be learned.


Killing It

Setting the Record Straight

When Demand Exceeds Supply

Dodging the Draft