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IVGID General Manager Announces Resignation; Adult Education Returning; Burn Restrictions and...

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IVGID GM announces resignation; wildfire town hall and burn restrictions; the return of adult education; more. This week's news, briefly.

Fire District Annexation Gains Ground

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The final steps for Meeks Bay Fire Protection District’s annexation into North Tahoe FPD are laid out. Plus: The history of Truckee poking fun at itself (it’s Follies season!).

Winter Won’t Wipe Out Wildfire

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Despite the second biggest winter on record, Tahoe/Truckee is not out of the woods when it comes to fire danger. North Tahoe Fire reminds residents to remain vigilant and continue to create defensible space.

Prepare for Extreme Drought; 2022 Fire Season is Here; Youngest Truckee...

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A free, on-demand shuttle service expands to Truckee; the town’s waitlist for short-term rentals opens June 13; Duffield foundation gets new executive director; more

Support Senate Bill 1012 to Align Park Burning Regulations with Those...

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My Shot writer Ed Miller urges readers to support a California state bill to align park burning regulations with policies of local fire agencies.

Silent But Deadly

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While the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning exists year-round, it is especially high during the winter months when people make more use of space heaters and portable generators.

Donner Lake Fire Gets Rapid Response

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The quick Donner Lake structure fire containment occurred because local emergency departments are maintaining staff and equipment while also helping on big wildfires.

Defining the End of Caldor and Dixie

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As the Caldor and Dixie fires pour smoke into the Tahoe Basin, every single minute could make or break containment success.

News Briefs | February 13 – March 11, 2020

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Backcountry ski access; saving cat lives; Polar Bear Swim; more.

Winter Weather Safety Tips

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Be smart about snow with these tips for home preparedness, travel, and what to do when you’re stranded.