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Bacchi’s: 90 Years of Memories Served

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The once-famous Bacchi’s Inn, Tahoe City’s traditional Italian food landmark, closes after 90 years.

Public Portal to Track Carbon Emissions; North Tahoe Fire Board Accepts...

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The Town of Truckee partners with nZero to launch a carbon emissions portal, name Truckee’s snow plows competition, Yoga Room offers discounted classes, and more in this week's news briefs.

Hilaree Nelson Dies on Mount Manaslu; Fatal Collision at Construction Site;...

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Hilaree Nelson dies on Mount Manaslu; fatal collision at construction site; community foundation receives $1.9 million from Cal Fire Placer County to issue library cards to TTUSD students; more.

Abandoned Ship in Kings Beach, Restoration Work in Truckee

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Have you seen the beached boat off Kings Beach? Here’s when you can expect it to be removed. Also, what’s the deal with all the construction work by the Truckee Railyard?

Climate Transformation Alliance; Proposal Incorporating Incline Village and Crystal Bay as...

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In this week's news briefs Moonshine Ink reports on a new climate alliance in Truckee, Incline Village and Crystal Bay proposing to become a city, a new technology being used to prevent wildfire in Tahoe, Bacchi’s closing, new ski transit for the coming season, and Sugar Bowl’s addition to Mountain Collective.

Bill Restricting State Park Open Fires Dies; Record Few Red Flag...

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Bill restricting state park open fires dies, record few red flag warnings this year, local emergency for Mosquito Fire, and more in this week’s news briefs.

Local Emergency Due to Mosquito Fire; Kiely Rodni Update; Olympic Valley...

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In this week’s news briefs we report on an increase in stolen vehicles, a new anti-litter campaign, the Mosquito Fire, and more.

High Cost of High Speed

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The story of lives lost on local roadways is entangled with increased speeding and reckless driving. The tragedies, the studies, and the solutions.

The Far-Reaching Effects of Drought

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The drought isn’t a problem … at least for human use. The long-range effects for the land are a different beast, with increasing tree die-offs, shrinking snowpack, and ever-graver wildfire threats.

Can Truckee Be Electrically Indie?

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Why is the Truckee Donner Public Utility District dependent on NV Energy for electricity rather than generating power locally?