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Grants Provided to Northstar Wood Energy Facility; TTUSD’s Program to Prevent...

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News briefs for March 29-April 4: Wood energy facility receives $250,000; TTUSD’s program to prevent opioid overdoses; Placer County election results certified; 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.

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

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A grocery store can be a community. Melissa Siig misses the Tahoe City Save Mart, which has been closed for four months, and not just because she knew where everything was.

New Tahoe City Safeway Opening Date Pushed to Next Year

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Tahoe City’s new Safeway was expected to open this summer. That’s not the case anymore. Also, why Ski/Skate Week is no longer.

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.

Nisenan Tribe Land Opportunity; Environmental Review of Boatworks at Tahoe Redevelopment;...

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Alterra plans to acquire Arapahoe Basin; take a Nevada County housing survey; learn how to become a Firewise USA community; new physical therapy clinic opens in Truckee; and more.

From Europe, With Love

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As Tahoe City’s Pfeifer House undergoes a major remodel under new owners, we look back at the long and storied past of the famous restaurant.

One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Trash

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Pass It On Thrift owner Heather Solomon makes a case against buying fast fashion in order to help the environment.

North Tahoe Is Still Alive and Well

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Ellie Waller offers a rebuttal to the December opinion piece When You Stop Growing, You Start Dying about redevelopment in Tahoe town centers.

When You Stop Growing, You Start Dying

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A group of North Shore residents argue that changes like the Tahoe Basin Area Plan amendments are required in order to create much-needed redevelopment of aging buildings and revitalize town centers.