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Mind the Digital Gap

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Is your internet lagging? California officials want to hear directly from consumers on whether or not their broadband speeds are reasonable.

If You Want To, You Can Fly

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Trina Padden, who performs with and teaches for Tahoe Flow Arts, proves at age 69 that aerial dance is accessible to anyone regardless of age, weight, or body shape.

Not Your Mama’s School Bus

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The Banned Book Bus — thought up and brought to life by a senior at Tahoe Expedition Academy — is full of books that are being pulled off library shelves across the country.

Christin Hanna and the LTDC: Teaching Girls to Soar

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Christin Hanna not only returned to her hometown to bring the highest caliber of dance to the Lake Tahoe area, but she’s also raising girls who believe they can do great things.

The Whimsical World of Ethan Anderson

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Disabled artist Ethan Anderson has been making colorful greeting cards for 30 years.

Resorting to Poor Conditions for J-1 Workers

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The winter J-1 workforce at one local North Tahoe resort is living and working in undignified situations, say current and former employees.

Kelly Smiley: Power and Light

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Founder of Tahoe Flow Arts and Fitness and beloved dancer and coach, Kelly Smiley, was lost last month in Mexico to a rare pneumonia. Friends are supporting her family at the GoFundMe site “In Tribute to Kelly Smiley.”

Placer Dogs Need Help; Palisades Extends Season; Camping Restrictions on Highway...

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Donner Pass Road construction is back; low water levels mean another closed boat ramp; a subscription-based injury insurance; and more.

Town of Truckee Announces Survey to Update STR Ordinance; NLTRA Seeks...

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Jan. 10 to 16, 2022’s news, business, and transition briefs: Gravity Haus announces new community outpost; new compost drop-off option; El Dorado County appoints director of planning and building; more

In Memoriam

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They aren’t here anymore, but they are our educators, laborers, friends, and neighbors, nonetheless. Presenting: the Ink’s memorial wall for locals displaced by the housing crisis.