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Time for Change

It’s graduation season, and soon parents everywhere will be experiencing all the feels as they taste the bittersweet change of letting go as their kids set out to become full-fledged adults.

Earth Day Events Around Truckee/North Tahoe

First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day has grown throughout the world to be much more than a one-day celebration every year on April 22. Here’s a sampling of events happening in our area.

Snapshot of a Lifetime

The digital and the tangible ... We’ve got all the conveniences of having everything literally right at our fingertips, but keeping a way to physically connect with our memories is so very important.

Get Out and Go – WinterWonderGrass

Annual music festival WinterWonderGrass bills itself as a family-friendly event. A couple of local moms share their tips for keeping little ones happy throughout your festival day.

Powered Down

Nestled between the thunder of cars and trucks traveling on Interstate 80 and the rolling flow of the Truckee River stands a throwback to another era: the Farad hydroelectric powerhouse.

No ‘Thank You’? You’re Welcome.

We hear so much about kids and teenagers being rude and disrespectful. If adults are out there setting such a poor example, we can’t expect their children to know any better.

Coming Home

Truckee native and Chief Petty Officer Kevin Emley will retire from the Navy in September. His crew gave him a homecoming at the place where his love of aviation started: Truckee Tahoe Airport.

Drama Queen

Truckee middle-schooler Sadie Dorst is on the path to a blossoming acting career. She’s now appearing in a new coming-of-age short film called Wait, shot in Reno.

Nevada Museum of Art: Ghost Army, the Combat Con Artists of...

Ghost Army: The Combat Con Artists of World War II is a new exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art that shares the story of the greatest military trickery perhaps since the Trojan horse.

Stewart Indian School Cultural Center and Museum: Carson City

Stewart Indian School Cultural Center & Museum shares the story of indigenous children were removed from their families and sent to federal boarding schools starting in the late 1800s.