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Let the Sunshine In

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he pandemic has been particularly mentally and emotionally taxing on those working in the healthcare industry. Tahoe Forest Health System has found a simple way to spread a little sunshine into workers’ days.

Riding the ‘Rona Waves

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The moment California went into lockdown, I was taking photos of Granlibakken’s sled hill. It was a strange thing, looking at a text and...

One year in, what has the once-novel coronavirus taught you?

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One year in, what has the once-novel coronavirus taught you?

Tahoe resorts announce reopening plans

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Episode 74 | September 22, 2020

How will ski resorts be different this season with the continuing pandemic? Reporting by Juliana Demarest and broadcasting by Becca Loux.

Kennedy v. McClintock

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Episode 72 | September 16, 2020

In a rare debate appearance, current District 4 Rep. Tom McClintock (R) went head to head with Democrat challenger Brynne Kennedy on the issues we care about in Tahoe/Truckee: wildfire, COVID-19, and housing. Broadcasting by Mayumi Elegado, with the candidates’ answers read by Becca Loux as Kennedy and Wade Snider as McClintock.

Our Chronicles

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How a last-man-standing reporter in a small Pennsylvania town speaks to the Ink’s story.

Comfort in Continuity

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Back-to-school is usually time for a return to routine, but this year, students are faced with considerable uncertainty.

July 28, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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How the PPP shakes out locally

Businesses big and small have sought help during the coronavirus pandemic through the Paycheck Protection Program. Moonshine Ink shares the list of local businesses that received funding in this latest update. Reporting and broadcasting by Alex Hoeft

Dead Man Walking

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COVID-19 nearly killed Truckee’s Mark Redpath. He sat down with Moonshine Ink to tell us why it’s not “just a cold” and about his continuing struggle with the devastating effects of this disease.

Breakdown in Lockdown

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Substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and violence have all seen a marked increase in the Tahoe/Truckee region during COVID-19.