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Prepare for Extreme Drought; 2022 Fire Season is Here; Youngest Truckee...
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...
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.
Bustle About the Ballot Box
With heightened concerns over fraudulent voting perpetuated by far-right news outlets and social media across the U.S., the counties covered by Moonshine Ink are preparing for the 2022 Primary Election.
Required Retirement Plan for California Business Owners; Addressing Underwater Construction Debris;...
CHP is stepping up traffic enforcement in Placer County; stricter permitting process for construction taking place along the Lake Tahoe shoreline; El Dorado County proclaims May through October 2022 as the timeframe for the Lake Tahoe Wildfire Awareness Campaign.
New Truckee Emergency Notification System; Tahoe Monopoly Edition; Police Chief Recruitment...
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?
There’s No Place Like Home
With home prices soaring in Tahoe/Truckee, local agencies have developed programs to help low- and middle-income families buy homes, but even that might not be enough to make home ownership a reality.
Get to Know Your Government by E-Post
Become a bona fide Tahoe/Truckee citizen by staying in the know about your government. Rachel Arst McCullough breaks down getting signed up for the right email newsletters and taking community action.
Holding Pattern in Tahoma
West Shore residents are frustrated by a slew of commercial properties connected to one buyer that aren’t offering services, housing nor otherwise, to the communities.
Hank the Tank Exonerated; Workforce Housing Units Accepting Applications; Rookies Sports...
Briefs: 22 Feb. to 28 Feb., including the exoneration of internet infamous massive South Lake bear 'Hank the Tank;' Incline's Rookies Sports Bar to be sold; and workforce housing developments accept applications.
Tragic Loss of a Local Teenager Marks Second Death at Palisades’...
Briefs: 15 Feb. to 21 Feb., including information on the death of a local teenager at Alpine Meadows; Truckee-founded company Coffeebar opening a new (third) location in Reno; the new chair and vice chair appointed to Washoe County’s board of commissioners; and drones that will replace fireworks in Incline Village and Crystal Bay this 4th of July.