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Truckee Microtransit; Kings Beach Parking; Beach-Cleaning Robot; Museums; More

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It’s been a news-filled week! In this week’s round-up, we feature several original reporting briefs by Moonshine’s reporters, Alex Hoeft and Kyra Mattson. We also cover two local museums, a new mountain biking trail, microtransit, whether or not Kings Beach will see a new parking lot, and more. Read this week's news briefs on our website.

Flames, Trains, and a Truckee Intersection

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Accountability for recent wildfires, a 2018 Amtrak passenger found unconscious in Truckee, and the problem intersection of Jibboom Street and Keiser Avenue.

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

Local Infant Formula Options; El Dorado County Appealing to Biden; Free...

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Resources and guidance for families amid the infant formula shortage; public input is sought for the Rocker Memorial Skatepark in Truckee; a promotion in Incline Village and a new face in North Tahoe; more.

New Truckee Emergency Notification System; Tahoe Monopoly Edition; Police Chief Recruitment...

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CodeRED is the new Nixle; free California state park access; medical aesthetic services come to you; and what will Tahoe’s Park Place be in the upcoming Monopoly, Tahoe edition?

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.

Hirschdale Property Owner Installs Gate; Locals Join Olympics for XC Skiing;...

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Briefs: 17 Jan. - 24 Jan. 2022 featuring a new gate in place in Hirschdale, local expert cross-country skiers who will compete as first time Olympians, and more.

Counties Declare Emergency Due to Storm; Caltrans Urges Essential Travel Only;...

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News Briefs: 28 Dec., 2021 - 2 Jan., 2022: online only, including information on county local states of emergency and Caltrans’ recommendation to limit car travel to essential trips.

News Briefs | 11 November – 8 December 2021

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Caldor post-fire BAER assessment report released; more

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.