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Women’s March, a Platform for Local Activists

The people of Truckee took to the streets on Jan. 18 for the fourth annual Women’s March. Advocating for climate action, civil equality, and immigration rights, women, men, kids, and dogs gathered in unity.

Enforcement Over Regulation; Acting Now on Climate

Readers Reflect: Calls to climate action and in rejection of the necessity of fossil fuels; reaction to STRs, horses, bears; more.

New York Times, Meet Moonshine Ink

Booyah! It’s a new year and it’s time to MAKE SOME NOISE! The Moonshine Ink Membership continues to grow and it is wonderful to hear...

Ask a Stupid Question … Please!

JUST ASK: Editor Juliana Demarest implores you to not jump to conclusions in life. Instead, ask a question. Perhaps you will learn something new. After all, the only stupid question is the one that never gets asked.

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

Even though death is natural and everyone and everything dies, many of us think of it as preventable. Perhaps we express our final resistance by containing our bodies in coffins or urns or small wooden boxes, assuring that something physical remains ours to keep.

Think Local | January 9 – February 12, 2020

What does it mean to be a “local” of Tahoe/Truckee to you? Community members ponder that question; we delve into the new possibilities for North Tahoe transit and the dangers of Amazon.

The Roll of the Wild Cremello Stallion, Photos by Cynthia Smalley

A battle-scarred wild stallion shows his vulnerable side to a woman he just met.

Our Members Keep Darkness at Bay

Our call to save and support this newspaper moved many of you to take quick action and make contributions.

The Solution Is You … And Me … And We

Enough with platitudes, talking points, and deferring to the next generation, says TRPA’s Joanne Marchetta. Our considerable problems require a tectonic shift in mindset. Here’s a rallying cry fit for 2020.

News Briefs | December 12, 2019 – January 8, 2020

Carbon monoxide scare; public transportation expands; new ways to address affordable housing; more.

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