Word on the Street

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Keeping it reused in this month’s Think Local, we check in with people’s best-thrifted finds.

Three for the Price of One: Fighting Fast Fashion, Buying Locally,...

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Local secondhand shops provide residents and visitors ways to breathe additional life into clothing, housewares, and furniture, while also combatting a major environmental threat.

Resilience Fund Gave Businesses ‘Breathing Room’

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New local loan program saves the day for small businesses during Covid, and now looks to the future.

Big Love for Big Blue

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Since 2013, Tahoe Basics wares have been a hit with locals and tourists alike. The Agate Bay-based company has a focus on community, giving to local nonprofits and pitching in wherever they can.

Word on the Streets and Lift Seats

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These North Tahoe/Truckee residents are thinking local… with their wallets.

Boosting Business in the Pandemic

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Luckily, local businesses in Tahoe/Truckee have staunch advocates to keep them alive. These recent campaigns have helped mitigate the pandemic’s impacts.

The Hypocrisy of Convenience

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It can’t stay hot in an Amazon box.

Holiday Gift Picks

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For Goodness Sake Special Gifts for Friends & Family! Let us put together a custom, memorable gift box for you. Sure to warm the heart of...

Local Latino Businesses Maintain Longevity

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Latinx-owned businesses face additional challenges, whether it be stigma from their own community or trying to attract a wider audience. La Bamba, Atomic Printing, and La Tienda Latina have met these issues head-on.

AquÍ en Tahoe, Hablamos dos Idiomas

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Who are we, Tahoe/Truckee? Thinking local starts with people, and demographic data shows an overwhelmingly White-identifying population followed by significant Latinx-identifying populations.