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Jesse’s Lesson

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An ornery and mischievous horse teaches me a lesson on what matters in the promises we make.

A Hall of Mirrors

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Details remain hazy following the suicide of Tiffany Thiele, who posted rape allegations to Facebook the day she took her life. Thiele’s claims have been backed up by some and disputed by others, while police say no assault report was filed by her.

What the Campfire Ban Means

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The threat of wildfire looms large, and in response, regional fire agencies put in place “campfire bans” in recent years. What exactly that means, wherever you may be.

Waves of Change on the North Shore

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North Shore is the focus of YATA this month — Homewood redevelopment begins with a 7-unit residential project; NTPUD finally on track to meet “20% by 2020” state water mandate

Buildings and Bobcats

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The quest for an answer of this monthly column is “run up the chain” at the state level; plus, it’s likely that more bobcat sightings are because we’re paying better attention.

Addressing Questions About Covid Vaccine Safety

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About a third of Americans are not convinced about the safety and efficacy of the Covid-19 vaccine. In this special Q&A, we round up concerns that some locals have, and Washoe County Health Officer Kevin Dick answers.

My Covid Prophecy

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An itty-bitty piece our publisher wrote 14 years ago has proven to be prophetic. It has implications, if you can believe it, for our Covid experience.

Plane and Clear

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Common talk says the airport is flush with cash and people have been taking notice. Here’s a look behind the curtain at the district’s community benefit funding, a part of which is undergoing an overhaul in 2021.

The Elegance of the Coronavirus

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The novel virus has divided us, struck deep where it hurts most. But I posit that it also paradoxically has the power to strengthen us.

Disappearing Ink is Not a Foregone Conclusion

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Through 397 donors, we’ve received $55,420 over the past year. It’s been a lifeline in these tough times. But we need a larger percentage of readers to support the paper.