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Preparing to Safely Reopen North Lake Tahoe is Up to...

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North Shore can’t leave it only up to the business community to prepare to restart the tourism economy, says Samir Tuma, NLTRA board member. It’s up to full-time residents too.

Fire Season in the Face of COVID-19

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June 15, 2020: All this and a wildfire, too? The world spins madly on in addition to viruses, protests, and politics, meaning it's officially wildfire season in Tahoe.

County Planning Commission Denies Laulima Project

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Community concerned the project isn’t true mixed-use, wants to see more commercial options

What Does the ‘Softening’ of the Stay-at-Home Order Mean for Me?

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You Asked. They Answered. So we’re in “stage two” of reopening and life is supposed to gradually return to normal … but what does that actually mean on the day to day? Can I see friends? With restaurants opening back up, can I only go with my family or quarantine group? Placer County’s Dr. Aimee Sisson has the update.

Leveling Up

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Retail and food establishments start to reopen as local counties gain state approval to move deeper into stage two.

There’s (Probably) Enough Testing for You Now

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Here’s what you need to do in order to be tested for COVID-19

Straight From the Source, Your Questions Answered About COVID-19

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April 29, 2020: Local health experts discuss the latest trends of the novel coronavirus pandemic affecting the Tahoe region.

Tahoe on Precipice of Phased Reopening

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Local counties eye an exit from coronavirus hibernation. At the same time, increased local capacity for testing is coming online, but the white whale of robust contact tracing is still being chased.

Rosie the Riveter and the WASP

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Placer County’s own Rosie the Riveter was a trendsetter in female mechanics. She still lives in Auburn as we look back to another time the nation needed to come together, WWII.

Tahoe Peak or Plateau?

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The Tahoe hotspot expectation of COVID-19 cases may be simmering; a TFHS physician and the family of a local COVID-19-positive patient are living the coronavirus pandemic in real time.