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Local COVID-19 Vaccinations, ICU Availability, and Improving Testing Capacity

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Vaccinations are on their way to North Tahoe and testing capacity is improving, but positive COVID-19 cases are higher than ever before.

Housing on the Horizon

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The region is undeniably bursting at its seams as new people make their way to Tahoe. How to house them all? Here’s a rundown of residential development projects currently in the pipeline.

Highest Voter Turnout ‘In Recent Memory’, Final Breakdown for 2020 General...

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Nevada and Washoe counties leaned blue, Placer and El Dorado red in the November General Election. Overall, official results show higher turnout rates than in 2016.

News Briefs | November 12 – December 9, 2020

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STR and noise ordinance adopted; overdose deaths on the rise; Hotel Avery application denied extension; more.

Help Our Children by Taking the Census

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California census deputy director Emilio Vaca appreciates the sense of community he has found in our region, and advocates, for the sake of our children, that everyone take the census.

A Local Journey Through Women’s Politics

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The progress made, shortcomings to still overcome, and perseverance women today still celebrate for the 100th anniversary of their right to vote.

Is Tahoe Actually More Crowded Than Summers Past?

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While scuttlebutt says crowds have swelled this pandemic summer, the data tracking how many people are here points to a slight decrease overall.

Guide to the Tahoe/Truckee General Election, November 2020

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Increased hotel tax, requiring officials to live in-county, and key local races.

If Truckee Were a County, It Would Be on the State...

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Three friends in Truckee, all with personal or family health or financial vulnerabilities to COVID-19, took it upon themselves to calculate case rates for the town, and if Truckee were a county itself, it would be on the state COVID-19 watch list.

Outdoor Dining Expansions Could Close Part of Donner Pass Road

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Lake Tahoe’s surrounding counties are a patchwork quilt of what’s been newly mandated to stop service or not. Plus, closing Donner Pass Road isn’t off the table to accommodate expanding outdoor dining.

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