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For Goodness Sake Inspired People, Changed Lives
In her My Shot essay, Truckee resident Dinny Evans details the meaningful opening and history of For Goodness Sake, Truckee / North Tahoe’s go-to spot for spiritual work.
Use Extra TOT Funds to Take Care of Litter
FaceOff: Resident Court Leve says more should be spent on trash generated by tourism taxes.
How TOT, TBID Funds Are Being Used
FaceOff: NLTRA CEO Tony Karwowski says Placer County requires the money to fund transportation and affordable housing opportunities.
Van Dwellers – Don’t get Banned!
My Shot author Joe Fasbinder, who lives in his van on Mt. Rose, sounds off on van dwelling. He says, “Be courteous and steadfast and true. Be kind. Stay in your goddam lane. Observe all traffic laws and conventions. Smile. Brush often …”
Progress Report: Defunct Community Enhancement Program Requirements Falling Short
In her My Shot essay, Kings Beach resident Ellie Waller argues that the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is not enforcing its own requirements.
Tagged in Truckee
An increase in graffiti at the Truckee Skatepark has led to frustration by locals, recreation and park district staff, and skateboarders themselves. The skaters say the graffiti isn’t helping their case amid planning for the new Rocker Memorial Skatepark.
Banish the Blues … It Takes Just a Little Work
A My Shot author shares ideas for improving your mood in the Truckee/Tahoe area.
Our Neigh-Bears Are Threatened
Did you know there are bear whisperers among us? Ann Bryant of the BEAR League answers your questions about increased bear-human interaction, and fatalities, injuries, and other consequences for bears.
More People, More Puppies, More Problems
To the limit: Local veterinary offices are feeling the effects of the pandemic in more ways than one. New residents, a boom in pandemic puppies, and COVID exposures are stretching them thin.
Staff at TTSA Divided in Advance of General Manager Contract Renewal
Serious strife among TTSA staff continues and the dividing line seems to be general manager LaRue Griffin, who is up for renewal this year. Also, the regional water control board has begun an investigation.
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