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How Much Snow Your Roof Can Handle; Wage Stagnation; and Why...

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You Asked. They Answered. The answers to questions burning in the minds of our readers.

New Snow Removal Practices in Truckee/Tahoe; is Incline Keeping Up?

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Snow removal … a topic that was on everyone’s mind this January. How are local agencies keeping up with the incoming atmospheric rivers?

Amtrak Accident Victim, What Happened?

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Amtrak accident victim Aaron Salazar has awakened. What’s the latest news?

Why are Gas Prices So High; Are Impact Fees Curbing Development?

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Why are gas prices always so high; do development impact fees hinder achievable local housing being built in our area; and are those fees higher than other areas?

A Dried Up Housing/Park Opportunity; Funds are Going Down the Pipeline

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What’s up with the old drained ponds east of town and south of the Legacy Trail? And, some clarification on Incline Village’s effluence.

Hospital Markups; Parking in the Bike Lane; and Camping Off Limits

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Exorbitant hospital charges, parking in the bike lane, and soon to open camping at Webber Lake.

You “Don’t” Got Mail; and Answering the Age-Old Question, is Moonshine...

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Learn why some packages have been delayed and what the Truckee Post Office is doing about it, as well as find the answer to an age-old question about Moonshine Ink

Truckee River Tampering; Concert Possibilities at Sand Harbor

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What kind of concert possibilities are there at Sand Harbor, and what has the SF Fly Casters Club been doing moving rocks around on the Truckee River bed?

Parking Fees; Empty Marinas; and What To Do with All Your...

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Use of Truckee’s parking fees, the status of the Meeks Bay Marina, and what to do with all your old compact fluorescent lightbulbs

Tahoe myths: Tessie and the man-eating lake bird, Ong…

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The story behind Tahoe Tessie? Actually pretty bland compared to the Washoe myth of the giant, man-eating bird, Ong.