Get to Know Your Government by E-Post
Become a bona fide Tahoe/Truckee citizen by staying in the know about your government. Rachel Arst McCullough breaks down getting signed up for the right email newsletters and taking community action.
By the Moonshine Ink Reporting Team It was a December to remember. Nearly 18 feet — or 214 inches, to be precise — of snow fell over the span of 23 days on Donner Summit, making...
Learning the Lay of the Land
To become a bona fide Tahoe/Truckee citizen, you gotta sign up for the right email newsletters.
Treasure Trove of Transfer Fees
Bit by bit, transfer fees from residential developments around Truckee have provided $30 million to regional nonprofits, funding environmental efforts, workforce housing, kids programs, and more.
Martis Valley Wars Led to Land Use Victories
By Alexis Ollar Few community members understand the positive impact land use advocacy has played in the Truckee/Tahoe region over the past three decades. Conservation victories are often the things you can’t see, like a...
Think Local Throwbacks
It’s throwback season. Take a look at some of our favorite Think Local articles and opinion submissions of the year.
Leave It Better Than You Found It …
North Lake Tahoe’s natural beauty speaks for itself. But if we don’t speak up for it — read: do what needs to be done to preserve it — our lakes, meadows, rivers, and all the secret places of the forest won’t retain their magic and biodiversity.
New Kind of Library
The proposed new library is much more than just a place to check out books. It would be a full-on community center.
Word on the Street
Keeping it reused in this month’s Think Local, we check in with people’s best-thrifted finds.
Resilience Fund Gave Businesses ‘Breathing Room’
New local loan program saves the day for small businesses during Covid, and now looks to the future.