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Reporters on the Local Streets

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Who’s writing the stories that essentially comprise 50% of our historical record? Journalists like me.

Will Big Tech Finally Pay Small Newsrooms?

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Legislative and legal efforts to force tech giants to either share ad revenue or compensate media organizations are in motion.

The Local Thread that Binds

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Let’s just say that without local journalism, there is no local. No local pride, no local connection, no local politics, nothing.

Our Chronicles

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How a last-man-standing reporter in a small Pennsylvania town speaks to the Ink’s story.

New Horizons for News & Review

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On the eve of coronavirus lockdown, the Reno News & Review halted the presses. However, a talk with the publisher shows that the company has no plans of stopping.

Support Our Pivot to Breaking News

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A reader commented to us that until recently, he didn’t look to us for breaking news reporting. He was absolutely right: That’s never been...

The Importance of Independence

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Get to know your community in an authentic way with mom-and-pop stores. That includes media.

Does Moonshine Ink Have a Future?

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Exactly 17 years ago, I co-founded Moonshine Ink, a head-first dive into the kind of challenge that brings meaning to life. Today I feel...

Polaris Creek Wetlands Restoration Could Relocate Baseball Field, Campgrounds

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Community input sought for Pomin Park/Polaris Creek Project

Governors, Others Speak On Climate and Wildfire at Tahoe Summit

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Gov. Gavin Newsom and others celebrate current action and call for further work to address climate change and wildfire in the Tahoe region.