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Strengthening Social Skills for Post-Covid Life

After more than a year of living in a pandemic-induced bubble, we’re all a little socially rusty. Online wellness columnist Lindsay Simon shares tips for interacting with others.

Your Short-Term Days Are Over

Truckee’s new ADU ordinance, aimed at prioritizing long-term rentals, hurts some homeowners dependent on short-term rental income.

Changing Lives From the Ground Up

They’re the superheroines of Covid and community. Las promotoras of Sierra Community House have become the secret weapon for reaching Spanish-speaking residents.

Stewardship Superstars

These five environmental advocates are getting things done: Sherry McConkey, Amy Berry, Heather Segale, Jesse Patterson, and Jeremy Jones.

The Good, The Bad, and the Dirty

Each year, the nonprofit Environmental Working Group ranks 46 of the most commonly eaten fruits and veggies according to their overall pesticide contamination. Which are the worst offenders?

Word on the Street

Keeping it reused in this month’s Think Local, we check in with people’s best-thrifted finds.

Describe Your ‘Sit Spot’

A sit spot is somewhere in nature you return to frequently, a natural backdrop for your growth and reflection. Here are a few Truckee/Tahoe peoples’ thoughts on the concept.

College, Career, Life

Tahoe Truckee Unified School District’s Career Technical Education pathways prepare students for life beyond secondary education, whether they pursue a career or higher education.

Artistry is in the Air at Truckee Tahoe Airport

The Truckee Tahoe Airport might seem like an unlikely place for an art exhibit. For those who run the show — and those whose works are showcased — it makes perfect sense.

How Do You ADU?

It’s a granny flat, not an STR.