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Social [Media] Butterflies

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Creator of the famous California Highway Patrol – Truckee social media channels, Officer Pete Mann shares some of his standout memories over the years … the ones that did and didn’t make it to social media.

Parked Out

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Desperate for snow play last winter, people illegally parked their cars all over Truckee/North Tahoe. This year, agencies are stepping up, anxious to inform people about where they can park and play legally.

Truckee High Teacher’s Refusal of Covid Vaccine, Testing Results in Unpaid...

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Margie Seehuetter was dismissed from her job of 28 years after refusing to receive the Covid-19 vaccine or submit to regular testing. She claims religious exemption — the school district says no.

Business Briefs | 14 October – 10 November 2021

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Olympic Valley’s most famous resort gets official new name; Mt. Rose announces expansion, wage increase, vaccine requirements for staff; Renown, TFHS hire new staff; more

Stop, Drop Everything, and Click Here

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Countless resources exist to help you prepare for wildfire, which frankly is downright overwhelming. So our team sifted through the pile and put together a concise list.

Business Briefs | 9 September – 13 October 2021

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Ikon pass expands to two new European ski hill destinations; NLTRA director of global communications moves on; total skier visits up 22% in California; more.

Batten Down the Hatches for Potentially Historic Fire Season

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Last year California experienced its worst fire season on record, and this June experts say the table is set for a potentially even more dangerous year to come. What are we in for?

Changing Lives From the Ground Up

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They’re the superheroines of Covid and community. Las promotoras of Sierra Community House have become the secret weapon for reaching Spanish-speaking residents.

$pecial Districts Unit

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This chart displays the widely varying benefits, compensation, and barriers to entry for our local elected officials.

The Saga of the Snow Lab’s Data

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We could’ve lost the impact of decades of snowfall research, but the Snow Lab remains on Donner Summit thanks to local agencies and individuals teaming up.