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Tahoe’s Starry Night

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What are the limits for artificial lighting around the Tahoe Basin? The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and Placer and Washoe counties chime in on regulations, and why light pollution could decline.

Progress Report: Defunct Community Enhancement Program Requirements Falling Short

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In her My Shot essay, Kings Beach resident Ellie Waller argues that the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is not enforcing its own requirements.

TRPA Cracks Down on Illegal Buoys; Students Win Gold, Silver at...

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Locals win gold at World Rafting Championships; TRPA cracks down on illegal mooring; Timy Dutton Truckee Duckee Derbee on June 18; and more

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).

Is Lake Tahoe a National Treasure or a County Treasure?

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Should Lake Tahoe be managed as a national treasure or a source of treasure for Washoe County? My Shot writer Ann Nichols weighs in.

How Citizen Science Can Keep Us from Loving Tahoe to Death

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You don’t have to be a professional scientist to help monitor Lake Tahoe. There are apps that allow anyone to become a citizen scientist by reporting what they see at the lake, or get their hands dirty by participating in a water quality monitoring day.

Early Days of Tahoe Skier Glory…

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Pat Dillon reflects on the days of skiing on skinny rockets and burning the midnight oil with Tahoe skiers of the 1970s and ’80s.

Counties Declare Emergency Due to Storm; Caltrans Urges Essential Travel Only;...

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News Briefs: 28 Dec., 2021 - 2 Jan., 2022: online only, including information on county local states of emergency and Caltrans’ recommendation to limit car travel to essential trips.

Largest Invasive Species Removal Project Announced for Tahoe; 301 New Affordable...

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News Briefs: 20 Dec. - 27 Dec., 2021: online only

Tahoe Keys and the Fight to Put Toxic Chemicals in Lake...

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Invasive aquatic algae has long been a problem in the Tahoe Keys; now the homeowner’s association wants to use herbicides to combat the issue. In a My Shot opinion piece, these authors argue there are preferable, natural solutions.