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Bridging Communities; Breaking Down Walls
Xochitl Perez grew up in North Lake Tahoe after immigrating to the U.S. from Mexico as a toddler. She now works to bridge the gaps between Mexican and North American cultures locally through acceptance, appreciation, communication, and compassion.
Acts of Grace
Ken and Terry Yagura, having spent four-plus decades in North Tahoe and dedicated countless hours to important volunteer community projects, including Arts for the Schools and the Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe, detail the changes in their lives that Japanese internment camps made during World War II.
Amendments to Basin Area Plan Aim to Ease North Tahoe Development
A package of developer-friendly edits to help kickstart North Shore economies begins its trail of approvals at a North Tahoe Regional Advisory Committee meeting tomorrow, Nov. 30.
Truckee Microtransit; Kings Beach Parking; Beach-Cleaning Robot; Museums; More
It’s been a news-filled week! In this week’s round-up, we feature several original reporting briefs by Moonshine’s reporters, Alex Hoeft and Kyra Mattson. We also cover two local museums, a new mountain biking trail, microtransit, whether or not Kings Beach will see a new parking lot, and more. Read this week's news briefs on our website.
Abandoned Ship in Kings Beach, Restoration Work in Truckee
Have you seen the beached boat off Kings Beach? Here’s when you can expect it to be removed. Also, what’s the deal with all the construction work by the Truckee Railyard?
Progress Report: Defunct Community Enhancement Program Requirements Falling Short
In her My Shot essay, Kings Beach resident Ellie Waller argues that the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is not enforcing its own requirements.
Growing Old in Tahoe
Seniors in the Truckee/North Tahoe region are met with a lack of services — there’s only one senior housing complex and no senior community center, nor assisted living facility, nor local veteran support. Seniors and advocates alike are working to address that.
Truckee River Canyon Area to Be Restored; Funding Will Expand Incline...
Millions and millions of dollars go to fund spaces and spots around the region; a project seeks to restore a portion of the Truckee River Canyon; key departures from area agencies and organizations; and more.
Is Lake Tahoe a National Treasure or a County Treasure?
Should Lake Tahoe be managed as a national treasure or a source of treasure for Washoe County? My Shot writer Ann Nichols weighs in.
Required Retirement Plan for California Business Owners; Addressing Underwater Construction Debris;...
CHP is stepping up traffic enforcement in Placer County; stricter permitting process for construction taking place along the Lake Tahoe shoreline; El Dorado County proclaims May through October 2022 as the timeframe for the Lake Tahoe Wildfire Awareness Campaign.