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Rising Homelessness and the Effects of Roe v. Wade Overturn

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Is homelessness in our region increasing? Have local conversations about contraception changed since this summer’s Supreme Court overturn of Roe versus Wade?

Flames, Trains, and a Truckee Intersection

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Accountability for recent wildfires, a 2018 Amtrak passenger found unconscious in Truckee, and the problem intersection of Jibboom Street and Keiser Avenue.

Abandoned Ship in Kings Beach, Restoration Work in Truckee

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Have you seen the beached boat off Kings Beach? Here’s when you can expect it to be removed. Also, what’s the deal with all the construction work by the Truckee Railyard?

Can Truckee Be Electrically Indie?

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Why is the Truckee Donner Public Utility District dependent on NV Energy for electricity rather than generating power locally?

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.

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).

About That Jibboom Street Dirt Lot

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The vacant lot on Jibboom Street in Truckee, known primarily as great summertime parking, was proposed to serve as the location for a housing project back in 2018. Yet it still remains empty. What gives?

Boatworks’ Destiny

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Tahoe City’s Boatworks Mall was purchased a few years back by the same group that bought the Tahoe City Inn (next door to the mall). The community wants to know what’s in store for the two.

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.

Social [Media] Butterflies

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Creator of the famous California Highway Patrol – Truckee social media channels, Officer Pete Mann shares some of his standout memories over the years … the ones that did and didn’t make it to social media.