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The Trailblazer

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Photographer Larry Prosor’s images elevated both the nascent sport of mountain biking and the concept of Tahoe as a summer destination.

Power’s Out

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Summertime sacrifices may include giving up power at times this year.

Is it Labor Day Yet?

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Traffic woes prompt locals to rename Donner Summit.

Moonshine Ink Receives Multiple Advertising, Photography, Writing Awards from National Newspaper...

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The Ink takes home 13 photo and editorial National Newspaper Association Foundation awards and advertiser Pass It On Thrift in Tahoe City wins third place for humorous ad series.

Clearing for Good

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What’s going on with the burn piles and forest clearing happening near Dollar Creek Trail and Rocky Ridge? The California Tahoe Conservancy and California State Parks project managers held a tour to explain.

Woman Arrested for Intentionally Starting Butterfield Fire; Possible Connection to Nearby...

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The Butterfield Fire in eastern Truckee was intentionally started by a woman who is in custody, according to Truckee police. There is a possibility the same woman trespassed on Tahoe-Truckee Sanitation Agency property the same morning.

Fanning the Flames: Common Ground, Divided Practices

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A breakdown of why the U.S. Forest Service and Cal Fire go about combating wildfires differently, and the legislative attempt to get both agencies on the same page.

15 Million Visitors and the Search for Public Beaches

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Visitors abound each year in Tahoe, especially in the summer. In this month’s YATA, we asked how many people actually travel our way, and where the public/private property lines on Tahoe’s beaches lie (it’s different for each state).

Smart Tech Tamps Down Obstacles to Forest wildfire Hardening

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Vibrant Planet’s Land Tender software provides an easier way to collaboratively (and quickly) plan for forest treatment, and its first users are in Truckee and the Tahoe Basin.

Alterra, Are You Listening?

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A Palisades Tahoe employee criticizes the Alterra Mountain Co. for not raising employee wages like other major resorts have done this year.