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The Truckee police chief was basically run out of office last month. To us, our community missed the mark. Not because we don’t think the infamous leaked internal email was problematic, or worth discussing. To the contrary: Our editorial board feels that scapegoating Chief Leftwich without much room for discussion defeats the purpose of the current moment. Let’s all come to the table, and not just shout in the metaphorical halls of social media. Written and broadcast by Mayumi Elegado, Becca Loux, Alex Hoeft, and Juliana Demrest (MI’s Editorial Board)
Moonshine financial columnist John Manocchio gives tips and tricks to keep the financial belt tight in these uncertain times. Broadcast by publisher Mayumi Elegado and Manocchio himself, learn your rights as a student borrower or credit card holder and how to keep saving up for the important things in life.
Truckee Springs, a storied historyWith a happily-ever-after ending on the horizon for Truckee Springs, it’s important to understand what this land has gone through. The parcel just south of downtown Truckee, which had been earmarked for development throughout its history is now slated to be preserved as public land in perpetuity by the Truckee Donner Land Trust. Greyson Howard, communications director for land trust, joins news reporter Alex Hoeft to discuss the land’s history.
Holliday goes off the Rail … yardRick and Nancy Holliday are officially stepping back as heads of the Railyard Project in Truckee. In this exclusive interview, Rick reflects on the many lessons he’s learned here, why Truckee was ahead of the curve, and what’s captured his imagination now.
Comparing the meat and newspaper industries isn’t as far-fetched as you might think. Both are majorly guided by monopolies and have confronted unique challenges during the coronavirus pandemic. News from credible sources remains as important and necessary as ever, but we need your help to continue to do so. Become a Moonshine Member. Mayumi Elegado, publisher for Moonshine Ink, shares her story.
A massive chunk of homes in the Tahoe area are short-term rentals, but has COVID-19 prompted property owners to stretch their thinking? Are long-term rentals the way of the future? Businesses like Landing Locals, a platform connecting homeowners with long-term tenants, may be the way of the future. Broadcast by Alex Hoeft; reported on by Alex Hoeft and Becca Loux.
New cases of COVID-19 are popping up again. Placer, Nevada, and Washoe counties have all seen their highest single-day case counts during June, linked directly by Nevada County representatives to increases in social gatherings. Broadcast and reported by Alex Hoeft, with additional reporting by Becca Loux and Mayumi Elegado.