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Youth Voices

Kids Connect gets youth voices in Moonshine Ink. We want them to share their personal trials and/or triumphs, keeping in mind tie-ins to the community and encouraging journalistic aspects like research and interviews. The other goal is to share a parent/family perspective, relating to raising children, family life, family-friendly resources, and more.

Cool Summer

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We rounded up a handful of Truckee/Tahoe’s super-cool camps to help your kiddos be happy campers this summer.

Going the Distance

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Words of wisdom from a fourth grader when distance learning is the only option.

Comfort in Continuity

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Back-to-school is usually time for a return to routine, but this year, students are faced with considerable uncertainty.

Feeling Distanced

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A member of the Incline Village High School class of 2020 reflects on the historic experience of being a graduating senior during the time of coronavirus school closures.

Bullying Is Not Cool

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Don’t be a bully, and don’t be a bystander. Be an upstander; stand up for yourself and for other people.

Straws Suck

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America uses 500 million straws per day, which is enough to fill 125 school buses. Such an extreme amount of trash takes a massive environmental toll, and though the outlook may seem bleak, youths around the nation are taking action.

Lost and Found

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In the same week that two strangers changed Frances’ life for the worse, two other strangers changed it for the better.

Rethinking Philanthropy

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Eleanore Hamilton spoke at the Second Annual Philanthropy Leaders Summit in Reno. Who did she meet and what did she learn?

Young Dreamers

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Miss Bell’s first grade SELs class shares their dream for summer.

The Sun Rises for Everyone

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Craig Rowe, an English teacher at Truckee High School, guides Latina students through the college application process.