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The Mushroom Man

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Want to know about foraging for mushrooms in the Tahoe Basin and Truckee? Luis Rubio is your guy. An expert mushroom forager, he leads group nature and foraging walks in spring and summer.

Truckee Tahoe Workforce Housing Agency: 4 Years Strong Facilitating Housing Solutions...

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Created only four years ago, the Truckee Tahoe Workforce Housing Agency helps residents in the missing middle-income bracket. It has already assisted 600 people with housing and support.

That Little Hippie College on the Hill

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University of Nevada’s Reno at Lake Tahoe campus is a far cry from its humbled Sierra Nevada College beginnings, when alumni affectionately called it “the little hippie college on the hill.”

Words Flow for our Summer Intern, Lola Barta

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An aspiring journalist, high schooler Lola Barta is reporting for Moonshine Ink this summer.

Change is Inevitable: Speak Your Peace!

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Communities are rich with different ways of thinking, lived experiences, skill sets, and resources. This diversity is what makes communities resilient and adaptable in an evolving world.

From Tahoe Trails to Global Ultramarathons

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Truckee resident Adam Kimble had never run a race until 2011, when he tackled his first half marathon. Three years later, he was running ultramarathons, and medaling. Now, he is a professional ultra runner obsessed with the sport. Enews excerpt: Truckee resident Adam Kimble had never run a race until 2011, when he tackled his first half marathon. Three years later, he was running ultramarathons, and medaling. Now he is a professional ultra runner obsessed with the sport.

Market Watch | July 2024

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As increased inventory within the Tahoe Sierra MLS region puts pressure on sellers, all micro-regions — with the exception of lakefront properties — saw a dip in median price from May to June.

Protecting a Vibrant, Not Vacant, South Lake Tahoe

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South Lake Tahoe resident Amelia Richmond is advocating for a vacancy tax to help solve the problem of a high percentage of homes sitting empty every year, which is not only detrimental to the economy, but also to the workforce.

Reflections on the War in Ukraine

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A Truckee lawyer tells his experience of living and working in Ukraine in 2020 in the Russian-occupied territories, and how it portended the coming larger scale invasion.

Being Engaged Starts Young

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At local civic meetings, children are not to be seen. Could we be doing them a disservice?