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Let My People Go to School
In her My Shot opinion piece, Carolyn Highland shares how difficult a constant barrage of downhill ski resort traffic makes life for teachers, students, and other community members.
Surviving the Storm; Lake Tahoe Flips; Moving Forward With 2040; More
Local agencies outline how to prepare for winter weather emergencies. Plus, the Truckee 2040 General Plan moves toward adoption; Ikon Pass credits ski days lost to Covid; Lake Tahoe’s water fully mixes; and much more.
Traffic’s Imperfect Storm
Truckee-based photographer Court Leve witnessed ski traffic congestion from a crows-eye view recently when he captured video and photos of the long lines with his drone. Then he attended meetings to find solutions. Here are his thoughts in this month’s My Shot.
Heck Yes, We Coupon
You’re not the only one who uses those rewards coupons.
Whoever Said Money Can’t Buy Happiness Never Skied Homewood.
How Homewood’s private future changes skiing future
Paradise is Far and Near
In the February Feel Good story, North Tahoe resident Alenka Vrecek details her love for her husband, Jim Granger, and how she dealt with the shocking news that he has Parkinson’s disease.
Whining Helps … Said No One Ever
Social media sites are blowing up with complaints over the way the road snowplows leave berms across driveway entrances.
What Item Has Your Snowblower Accidentally Eaten Up?
In this big winter, plenty of people have spent time blowing snow off their walkways and driveways. For the February Do Tell, Ted Coakley III asked readers, “What items has your snowblower accidentally eaten up?”
Join the Fight to Protect our Community
In this February My Shot, TCPUD general manager Sean Barclay outlines why it’s important for ratepayers to invest in water distribution infrastructure.
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.