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TTSA GM Resigns; Where to Get Covid Vaccines for Children; English...

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Covid-19 vaccines are available for children under 6; Cal Fire is struggling to meet expectations; the CodeRED emergency alert system is as popular as ever; more.

Fanning the Flames: Common Ground, Divided Practices

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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.

Prepare for Extreme Drought; 2022 Fire Season is Here; Youngest Truckee...

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A free, on-demand shuttle service expands to Truckee; the town’s waitlist for short-term rentals opens June 13; Duffield foundation gets new executive director; more

Placer Dogs Need Help; Palisades Extends Season; Camping Restrictions on Highway...

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Donner Pass Road construction is back; low water levels mean another closed boat ramp; a subscription-based injury insurance; and more.

Possibility of Limiting Campfires in State Parks; Forest Management Handbook; Incline...

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A number of wildfire preparedness-related briefs; Spooner improvement project moves forward; a new makerspace at Incline Elementary School; shifting of leadership at Tahoe Food Hub; and more.

Debriefing Caldor

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Brutal lessons were learned from the “biggest event” in Lake Tahoe’s recorded history. The takeaway? More fire is coming.

A Campground Business Opportunity; Derogatory Term Removed From County Roads; Hoedown...

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March 1 - March 10, 2022, including business opportunities for the 2022 camping season; the word ‘squaw’ is gone from Placer County roads; and capital improvements at Palisades Tahoe.

Dixie Fire Cause Determined to Be PG&E Electrical Distribution Lines; Power...

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Briefs: 3 Jan. - 10 Jan., online only, including information on power outages that have now lasted weeks for over 10,000 residents; local emergency measures back due to pending winter storms; and Cal Fire investigators have identified a fallen PG&E line as the cause of the massive Dixie Fire.

Adversarial Front Line Caused by Forest Service Ineptitude

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In a bold tell-all, a state firefighter blames the U.S. Forest Service’s mismanagement for “willful and intentional destruction” of California lands.

Donner Lake Fire Gets Rapid Response

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The quick Donner Lake structure fire containment occurred because local emergency departments are maintaining staff and equipment while also helping on big wildfires.