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Bustle About the Ballot Box

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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.

About That Jibboom Street Dirt Lot

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The vacant lot on Jibboom Street in Truckee, known primarily as great summertime parking, was proposed to serve as the location for a housing project back in 2018. Yet it still remains empty. What gives?

How Citizen Science Can Keep Us from Loving Tahoe to Death

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You don’t have to be a professional scientist to help monitor Lake Tahoe. There are apps that allow anyone to become a citizen scientist by reporting what they see at the lake, or get their hands dirty by participating in a water quality monitoring day.

Buying By the Gallon

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Can high gas prices finally boot us into new behavior?

There’s No Place Like Home

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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.

Boatworks’ Destiny

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Tahoe City’s Boatworks Mall was purchased a few years back by the same group that bought the Tahoe City Inn (next door to the mall). The community wants to know what’s in store for the two.

Zelensky vs. Putin

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Honor people or control them? The choice is made clear by the Russian-Ukraine War.

Newspapers Take on Big Tech Directly

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A massive antitrust lawsuit against Google and Facebook is giving hope to newspapers by seeking to break up a monopoly, level the playing field for digital advertising, and revive a key part of our democracy.

Crux of the Matter

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Created for proximity to family and community, Crux Events clawed its way through the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, the joy of live events means all the more to the event company’s staff.

The Secret Mountain Laboratory

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Decades after its 1970s demise, the Secret Mountain Laboratory — the KSML radio station that once broadcasted from Kings Beach — lives on in memory for locals like writer David Fenimore.