Abortion rights rally in response to Supreme Court overturning Roe; state park burn restrictions, Fourth of July safety updates; more.
Tahoma Market & Deli reopens; Vail announces Epic Pass discounts; Plumas Bank acquires Bank of Feather River; more
Truckee river alcohol ban extended through Oct.; local women swim Tahoe perimeter; CalTrans approves funding to reduce greenhourse gas emissions; more.
Assessing Broadband Needs; Public Access Projects Around Tahoe; Appeals Denied for Resort at Tahoe;...
A Nevada County survey is assessing broadband needs among its residents; money to fund a slew of projects around the Tahoe Basin; next steps for the Biltmore, now Resort at Tahoe, property continue
1. Murder on the West Shore HOMEWOOD On June 5 at approximately 9 p.m., a murder and attempted murder occurred at a full-time residence in Homewood....
Tahoe Keys Chemical Control Test Methods Approved to Mitigate Aquatic Invasive Weeds; Cindy Gustafson...
Briefs: 25 Jan. - 31 Jan., including the next step in the approval of aquatic invasive weeds removal methods in the Tahoe Keys
New Truckee Emergency Notification System; Tahoe Monopoly Edition; Police Chief Recruitment Update; More
CodeRED is the new Nixle; free California state park access; medical aesthetic services come to you; and what will Tahoe’s Park Place be in the upcoming Monopoly, Tahoe edition?
It’s been a news-filled week! In this week’s round-up, we feature several original reporting briefs by Moonshine’s reporters, Alex Hoeft and Kyra Mattson. We also cover two local museums, a new mountain biking trail, microtransit, whether or not Kings Beach will see a new parking lot, and more. Read this week's news briefs on our website.
Palisades Tahoe’s revised EIR goes before Placer County; Hyatt renovations; Truckee student designs ski for Nordica; TDPUD recovers funds lost in storm damages; more.
Failed propane deliveries; wildfire research; new general manager at recreation and park district; Alterra acquires Southern California resort; more.