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Change is Inevitable: Speak Your Peace!

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Communities are rich with different ways of thinking, lived experiences, skill sets, and resources. This diversity is what makes communities resilient and adaptable in an evolving world.

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.

Hospital CEO Put on Leave; Washoe Works to Purchase Back Ancestral...

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Washoe land-back purchase opportunity; Tahoe Forest Hospital CEO put on paid leave; and more.

El Dorado County Responds to State Lawsuit; Ban on Single-Use Water...

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Read news briefs from March 15-21: Single-use water bottle ban; winter sports museum EIR approved; event to honor veterans; and more.

New Truckee Library Moves Forward; Discount Lift Tickets; Wildfire Protection Plan;...

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Over $1 million in scholarships available to TTUSD students; new Truckee Library moves forward; discount lift tickets benefit local schools; CATT welcomes its first female board president; and more.

Emergency Warming Shelter Open; TTCF Releases Impact Agenda; Short-Term Rental Helpline;...

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Truckee emergency warming shelter open; Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation releases 2023 impact agenda; short-term rental helpline

TART Connect Winter Hours; Placer Expands Parking Management; Grazing Project Proposed...

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Placer County will work with Palisades Tahoe to enforce parking restrictions; TART Connect expands winter hours; a 2,000-acre grazing project is proposed near Truckee; and more.

Air Pollution Increasing in California Forests; Tahoe Donner GM Resigns to...

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An updated guidebook for Nevada County accessory dwelling units; the former Tahoe Food Hub executive director now works for the Truckee Chamber of Commerce; more.

Donner Pass Road Opens; Incline STR Fees Increase; Local Veteran Seeking...

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Another $500,000 for local wildfire funding; outrigger canoe club hosts veterans; new executive director for local workforce housing agency; more.

Some People Are Struggling; We Must Do Our Part to Help

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After 25 years in local nonprofits serving community members in need, Alison Schwedner reminds residents to do what they can to support those who are struggling.