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If parents are seeking to establish independent sleeping skills for their babies and toddlers, Tracy Chaney is the person they’re looking for.
Drive Like Your Community Lives Here
Speeding to your destination may scratch an itch, but at what cost? Reporter Alex Hoeft reflects on humanity’s speed demon ways.
Fanning the Flames: Common Ground, Divided Practices
A breakdown of why the U.S. Forest Service and Cal Fire go about combating wildfires differently, and the legislative attempt to get both agencies on the same page.
Smart Tech Tamps Down Obstacles to Forest wildfire Hardening
Vibrant Planet’s Land Tender software provides an easier way to collaboratively (and quickly) plan for forest treatment, and its first users are in Truckee and the Tahoe Basin.
Bustle About the Ballot Box
With heightened concerns over fraudulent voting perpetuated by far-right news outlets and social media across the U.S., the counties covered by Moonshine Ink are preparing for the 2022 Primary Election.
Seasons of Our Lives
Our own lives are patterned after Mother Nature’s seasons. Reporter Alex Hoeft reflects on what it means to be “doing okay” in her current season.
Tahoe City’s Boatworks Mall was purchased a few years back by the same group that bought the Tahoe City Inn (next door to the mall). The community wants to know what’s in store for the two.
Newspapers Take on Big Tech Directly
A massive antitrust lawsuit against Google and Facebook is giving hope to newspapers by seeking to break up a monopoly, level the playing field for digital advertising, and revive a key part of our democracy.
Crux of the Matter
Created for proximity to family and community, Crux Events clawed its way through the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, the joy of live events means all the more to the event company’s staff.
Solutions to Hirschdale Recreational Access Issues Proposed, Larger Consensus Not Reached
Rising tensions over an adored three-mile stretch of Truckee River in Hirschdale spur on property owner action, a working group roundtable, and a new county recreation master plan.