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Environmental Endorsements

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Environmental Endorsements: One activists climate-conscious voting guide for the region and its neighbors, with candidate and other ballot endorsements focused on environmental aims.

Help Our Children by Taking the Census

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California census deputy director Emilio Vaca appreciates the sense of community he has found in our region, and advocates, for the sake of our children, that everyone take the census.

Town Council Should Act Now on Campaign Contribution Limits

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The Truckee Town Council is allowing statewide campaign contribution limits to go into effect in January, but has the power to implement it sooner. This My Shot argues the time is now.

A Hurricane Named COVID

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Healthcare capacity isn’t overwhelmed yet, “but it doesn’t mean we couldn’t get there.”

I’m Not Racist, But …

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Growing up a child of mixed ethnicity in rural Utah made Truckee local Darrah Vaughan no stranger to overt racism, but when she moved to the Tahoe/Truckee region she experienced more subtle forms of racism that could hurt even worse, like tokenism.

Phase Two in the Silver State

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Industries and activities now able to reopen in Nevada include gaming establishments, camping facilities, and movie theaters

What Does Newsom’s ‘Stay At Home’ Mean in Tahoe/Truckee?

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Local law enforcement plan to remind, not arrest, those not complying with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “stay at home” order in the face of the spread of the coronavirus.

Tahoe/Truckee Coronavirus Live Updates

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Moonshine Ink’s continuous list of coronavirus-related updates affecting the Tahoe/Truckee region. Our staff will continue to add the latest information in a timely fashion.

Why Alpenglow Sports Supports NLTRA’s Proposed TBID

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North Shore business owner Brendan Madigan is in support of the NLTRA’s proposed TBID; his My Shot explains why.

Where Have All the Neighborhoods Gone?

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Where have all the neighborhoods gone? In this month’s Real Rentals column, regular contributor and longtime Tahoe local Tim Hauserman reflects on the impact of short-term rentals on the sense of community he feels on his street.

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