Are Your ‘Two Cents’ Really Yours?

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Reading just to react and playing virtue signaling games on the internet isn’t cool.

Why Do We Have CoronAmnesia?

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Lackadaisical attitude toward coronavirus threat defies common decency.

Firestorms Don’t Heal Societal Divides

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Last Friday, Truckee Police Chief Robert Leftwich retired. He was basically run out of office last month. To us, our community missed the mark.

Certain Uncertainty and Budding Hopes

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As her time at Moonshine Ink comes to an end, reporter and office manager Molly Wilcox finds a glimmer of hope in the uncertainty of the times on the brink of her journey to New York for a master’s in journalism.

History in Person

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Today’s news is tomorrow’s history. It’s our job to preserve it for future generations.

Seeing is Believing

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In a rare move, the Ink is penning our joint opinion: We need transparency from our authorities now more than ever.

A Day at the Nevada Caucus

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What’s more important: Voting for someone with the same values as you or beating Donald Trump?

When the Moonshine Aligns

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The journey “there and back again” to find journalism as a meaningful career, in a bout of “Moonshine Magic.”

Ask a Stupid Question … Please!

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JUST ASK: Editor Juliana Demarest implores you to not jump to conclusions in life. Instead, ask a question. Perhaps you will learn something new. After all, the only stupid question is the one that never gets asked.

From Road Rage to Streets of Sage

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Driving is a lot of things — frustrating, unsafe, annoying … Here are some ideas to make it better, with some life advice melted in.