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Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue Brings Avalanche Awareness to Teens

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Local teens learn to stay alive when lost in the backcountry from Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue Team members in an annual avalanche survival class offered to students for free.

Memoirs of the Brave

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How do locals write memoirs differently? No fewer than six have published books in 2022 and 2023: Suzanne Roberts, Tim Hauserman, Eddy Ancinas, Jeremy Jones, Hans Burkhart, and Alenka Vrecek.

Crossing Over

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Biby Xantus was born in communist Romania in 1976 and spent the next 13 years facing the stark reality of living in a poor...

Turning Tide

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The Covid-19 pandemic brought with it an unexpectedly explosive real estate boom in Tahoe/Truckee, with demand far exceeding supply. Is the local market now starting to favor buyers?

The Security Deposit: How to Make Sure You Get Yours Back

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As rent continues to increase, so does the amount of the security deposit. Columnist Tim Hauserman offers advice to would-be renters to help ensure they get back the bulk of their security deposits.

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.

The One and Only RB

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Incline Village sixth grader RB Bruce is teaching the world that kindness is a superpower. His classmates have joined together to support their friend, who has a unique chromosomal abnormality.

Sprinting into the Future

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Girls on the Run – Sierras teaches girls about much more than running. They acquire skills that will follow them through the course of their lives.

Tahoe Local Killed in Oregon Ski Accident; Suddenlink Case Back to...

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Another ski-related death involving a Tahoe local; Renown’s CEO terminated with cause; and a legal case against Suddenlink Communications returns to Truckee.

Long-Term Issues

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STRs aren’t all to blame for the lack of affordable long-term rental housing in the region. Meet a local property owner whose efforts to offer long-term housing have been stifled by permitting woes.