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Tahoe City Skatepark Update; Health Services Paused; Donner Pass Road Speed...

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Tahoe City health services pause; Scotty Lapp Foundation presents at TTUSD board meeting; speed limit change proposed on Donner Pass Road; and more.

Tahoe Donner Appoints New GM; How-to-Run-for-Office Workshop; New Community Pantry Program;...

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Read this week's news briefs, March 8-14. Sugar Bowl offering discount lift tickets; take a workshop on how to run for local office; Tahoe Donner announces new GM; and more.

Art As Change

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Five North Tahoe artists are among more than 1,000 California recipients of a groundbreaking grant program aimed at bringing awareness to local community issues.

Palisades Tahoe Ski Patrollers Unionize; Traffic Mobility Projects Funded; Salmon-Buying Fundraiser...

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Ski patrollers seek union recognition; traffic mobility project moves forward; North Tahoe Chamber announces new direction; and more.

Composting in Our Mountain Hamlet

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Did you know: North Tahoe and Truckee are exempt from California requirements to provide organic waste (composting) collection services? Even still, there are local options for composting, benefitting the environment.

Labor of Love

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Slow Food Lake Tahoe is gearing up for growing season with its Community and Food Bank gardens.

Assessing Broadband Needs; Public Access Projects Around Tahoe; Appeals Denied for...

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A Nevada County survey is assessing broadband needs among its residents; money to fund a slew of projects around the Tahoe Basin; next steps for the Biltmore, now Resort at Tahoe, property continue

Simple Green

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A new law requires California residents to separate food scraps from the rest of their household waste. Slow Food Lake Tahoe and Keep Truckee Green have public collection bins waiting for you.

Waste Not, Want Not.

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Web: When it comes to composting, not all food waste is considered equal. Know what you can and cannot put in the community compost bins in Truckee.

Our Local Food Movement Lives On

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Tahoe Food Hub’s Susie Sutphin reacts to the October My Shot that declares Tahoe’s local food movement dead, and explains the movement that allowed her organization to flourish.