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Mr. Nordby’s Opus

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Upon hearing news of his coming retirement, a group of former students banded together to plan a surprise performance honoring North Tahoe High School Band Director Dean Nordby.

Truckee River Canyon Area to Be Restored; Funding Will Expand Incline...

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Millions and millions of dollars go to fund spaces and spots around the region; a project seeks to restore a portion of the Truckee River Canyon; key departures from area agencies and organizations; and more.

Observations on Lawmakers from a Concerned/Enraged Student

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Larry Andresen proposes a publicly accessible California Department of Fish and Wildlife parcel as an alternative to recreation on private properties in the Hirschdale area — an option he says will be cheaper than Nevada County’s proposed stairway project.

Fanning the Flames: Common Ground, Divided Practices

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A breakdown of why the U.S. Forest Service and Cal Fire go about combating wildfires differently, and the legislative attempt to get both agencies on the same page.

15 Million Visitors and the Search for Public Beaches

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Visitors abound each year in Tahoe, especially in the summer. In this month’s YATA, we asked how many people actually travel our way, and where the public/private property lines on Tahoe’s beaches lie (it’s different for each state).

Unsinkable

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Miles off Pearl Harbor lay the remains of the USS Nevada, which were located in 2020. Longtime Moonshine contributor Pat Dillon shares the story of the ship that wouldn’t go down without a fight.

I Will Not Sit Idly By

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Author Melissa Siig says the choices the U.S. is making on guns and reproductive rights are going in a dangerous direction. She asks readers to join her in protest.

Smart Tech Tamps Down Obstacles to Forest wildfire Hardening

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Vibrant Planet’s Land Tender software provides an easier way to collaboratively (and quickly) plan for forest treatment, and its first users are in Truckee and the Tahoe Basin.

Clarifying Nevada County’s Plans for Hirschdale

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Nevada County’s community development agency director provides context for the reasoning behind jurisdictional decisions taking place around recreation access in the Hirschdale community.

I am Woman, Hear Me Cry

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Sixteen-year-old Callie Ross shares her experience of what it’s like to be a young woman in a scary situation.