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How to Build a World Cup Ski Run

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At the Stifel Palisades World Cup, spectators will see the best skiers in the world flying down the racecourse. But what goes into building an elite racecourse? Hint: countless manhours and lots of water.

Placer County Supervisor Candidates Share Tahoe-Focused Thoughts

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Four candidates vie for Placer County’s District 5, which includes North Tahoe. How does Lake Tahoe and its residents/economy fit into their platforms?

Election Healing: Reflecting on Contention in Recent Local Races

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With elections once again upon us, we look back to improve forward progress. Those involved share their takeaways from the most recent (and notably contentious) local races.

Frosty Flakes

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Every winter, it glazes over windshields and sparkles like diamonds on the branches of trees and shrubs. There are many kinds of frost, but two are most common. Do you know how to tell them apart?

Changing Tides, Unchanged Charm

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Truckee Variety Co. Celebrates 40 Years

Creative Solutions for a Makeshift Mudroom

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With a little creativity, it’s easier than you think to transform a wall or closet into a makeshift mudroom.

A Teen’s Perspective On The World

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The humanities and knowledge of history are critical keys to achieving world peace, contends Tahoe teen Kaya Siig.

Divine Timing: MC Yogi and Amanda Giacomini

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Q&A with yogi and musician MC Yogi and his wife, artist Amanda Giacomini, as they prepare to come to Truckee to offer an immersion weekend at Mountain Lotus Yoga.

The One Thing Reporters and Members Must Fight For

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Fighting for democracy is what matters to us at Moonshine Ink, and our publisher believes that is one reason why its members support the paper.

Ski Patroller Shares How to Navigate Inbound Avalanche Terrain Safely

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Any slope over 30 degrees, inside or outside ski resort boundaries, is considered avalanche terrain. Here’s what skiers and snowboarders should be keeping in mind when recreating in such areas.