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Grants Provided to Northstar Wood Energy Facility; TTUSD’s Program to Prevent...

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News briefs for March 29-April 4: Wood energy facility receives $250,000; TTUSD’s program to prevent opioid overdoses; Placer County election results certified; and more.

Powered Down

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Nestled between the thunder of cars and trucks traveling on Interstate 80 and the rolling flow of the Truckee River stands a throwback to another era: the Farad hydroelectric powerhouse.

Biomass Project Moves Forward; Upcoming Town Logo and Branding Update; Local...

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Soroptimist International of Truckee Donner donates to nonprofits that help sex trafficking victims; county supervisors deny Idaho Maryland Mine Project; more.

Wanderlust

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Rooted in Truckee/Tahoe, yet always on the go with his beloved sidekick Quincy, Dennis James has taken to painting at a slower pace.

Nature’s Palette

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Long time Tahoe/Truckee resident Teri Smith has recently decided to pick up the brush again. Be on the lookout for new works from this talented watercolor artist with a great eye for space and color.

A Season to Remember

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Thanks to mild weather and full lakes and rivers after last winter’s huge snowfall, this fall may be the best season ever for fly fishing. Follow Trout Creek Outfitters’ tips to take advantage of these stellar conditions.

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.

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

Fish and Wildlife Property Provides Idyllic Solution for Public Access, Recreational...

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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.

The Future of California’s Fish — and People — is...

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In a conservation-focused My Shot, a fish enthusiast and activist makes a plea for funding and effort into conserving California’s biodiverse and vital (for waterways and people) fish species, before it’s too late.