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Open Planning Commission Seat, Emergency Alerts, More

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Placer County District 5’s open planning commission seat, where TOT and TBID funds went, what's in our ice melt, and more in the latest news briefs

Former Tahoe Biltmore to Become a Waldorf Astoria Resort; Local Educators...

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Hilton development at stateline; school district delayed starts, fentanyl crisis, long-term care at Tahoe Forest, plus more.

Candidates Talk

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Those running for Incline Village General Improvement District, Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, and Truckee town council share their thoughts on big-ticket local topics.

TTSA GM Resigns; Where to Get Covid Vaccines for Children; English...

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Covid-19 vaccines are available for children under 6; Cal Fire is struggling to meet expectations; the CodeRED emergency alert system is as popular as ever; more.

25K Pounds of Trash Beneath Tahoe; Housing Stability Self-Help Desk; Classical...

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A year-long effort to collect trash from beneath Lake Tahoe’s waters has concluded (but more cleanups are to begin); Incline Village’s STR ordinance has been amended; three high schoolers receive premier Girl Scout recognition; more.

The ‘Other’ Recyclables

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Everyone knows you can recycle plastic, glass, aluminum, and cardboard. But did you know that you can also recycle bottle caps, foil snack wrappers, markers, coffee bags, crayons, razors and more?

Masks in School Hide Childhood Joy

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This My Shot author feels strongly that masks are psychologically damaging to kids in schools, and detrimental to their learning process.

Winter Weather Advisory: Resorts, Schools, and Roads

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The answers to why things operate the way they do in the world of snow.

Truckee High Teacher’s Refusal of Covid Vaccine, Testing Results in Unpaid...

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Margie Seehuetter was dismissed from her job of 28 years after refusing to receive the Covid-19 vaccine or submit to regular testing. She claims religious exemption — the school district says no.

Learning In Real Time

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Following a year and a half of pandemic restrictions that resulted in a lack of socialization, students must learn once again how to function in a full-day school setting surrounded by their peers.