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In Memoriam

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They aren’t here anymore, but they are our educators, laborers, friends, and neighbors, nonetheless. Presenting: the Ink’s memorial wall for locals displaced by the housing crisis.

Voices of the Displaced

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They aren’t here anymore, but they are our educators, laborers, friends, and neighbors, nonetheless. Presenting: the Ink’s memorial wall for locals displaced by the housing crisis.

‘Serious Breakdown’ Between School District and Union

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The educators and school district of Truckee/North Tahoe are at odds. How does a booming housing market translate to salary increases?

Firework Displays a No-Go This Fourth of July

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Firework displays in North Tahoe/Truckee are canceled for this Fourth of July. The pandemic is partly to blame, but so too is concern of increased visitation and potential wildfire.

Changing Lives From the Ground Up

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They’re the superheroines of Covid and community. Las promotoras of Sierra Community House have become the secret weapon for reaching Spanish-speaking residents.

Kings Beach Questions; STR Progress; more

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In response to county, TRPA, Truckee STR ordinance coverage

Boosting Business in the Pandemic

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Local campaigns that help keep Tahoe/Truckee aliveLuckily, local businesses in Tahoe/Truckee have staunch advocates to keep them alive. These recent campaigns have helped mitigate the pandemic’s impacts.

News Briefs | December 10, 2020 – January 13, 2021

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Shift in Laulima redevelopment focus; hospital receives distinctions; helping our hardest-hit neighbors; more.

In Midst of Affordable Housing Shortage, Innovative Approaches Find Employees a...

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Local employees are increasingly experiencing difficulties in finding housing options in Truckee/North Tahoe, with some considering leaving. Agencies and private businesses have solutions to mitigate the flight risk.

Is Tahoe Actually More Crowded Than Summers Past?

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While scuttlebutt says crowds have swelled this pandemic summer, the data tracking how many people are here points to a slight decrease overall.