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Need to Evacuate? Know Where to Go

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What to know when you need to go: We rounded up evacuation information from area jurisdictions in case of emergency.

Next Steps After Hospital District Master Plan Omitted from Truckee Adopted...

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Truckee’s 2040 General Plan was adopted without including the Tahoe Forest Hospital District’s proposed master plan. The town says the hospital document is incomplete; the district says it was unceremoniously dropped from the town’s GP process.

Bettering Our Woody Ways

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Area jurisdictions move forward with biomass facilities to put to better use excess green waste. In exchange, we get heat and electricity.

Town General Plan Adoption Delayed, Time Needed to ‘Reestablish Community Trust’

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After cries of foul from community members saying the Truckee 2040 general plan update is not ready, council members voted Thursday to delay proposed adoption until early May.

Healing Healthcare Burnout

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Burnout among healthcare workers has risen sharply since the coronavirus pandemic and is “exceptionally high” in Truckee/North Tahoe among Tahoe Forest Health System primary care and advanced practice providers. The district is responding.

From Village to City: Incline and Crystal Bay Seek Incorporation

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Many Incline Village and Crystal Bay residents are eager to form their own municipality. A local nonprofit organization is looking to make it happen.

Resorting to Poor Conditions for J-1 Workers

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The winter J-1 workforce at one local North Tahoe resort is living and working in undignified situations, say current and former employees.

Subway in the Sky

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An old idea to create a tram system around Truckee/North Tahoe gains new attention from a community frustrated with vehicular ski traffic. Utah is poised to install its own; we check on the status of the local proposal.

A Hazy 2040 Vision

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Truckee’s 2040 General Plan is approaching its final adoption this spring. Town staff and council look forward to implementing it, but local organizations and individuals argue the plan still isn’t ready.

Challenge the Inevitability of Snarled Traffic

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“It’s a heart-hurt to view idling vehicles lined up as far as the eye can see,” our editors say collectively in this month’s group editorial. “There is a carrying capacity inherent for any system and clearly we are exceeding ours here.”