News

Moonshine Ink brings you Tahoe news straight from the source. Our team of hardworking journalists uncovers North Tahoe and Truckee news stories with in-depth reporting and our authentic “for the community, by the community” spirit.

In our News section you’ll find the facts on everything from politics to the environment to local business. We’re your Tahoe newspaper, delivering stories you can trust.

Nine TTUSD Teachers Let Go Last Spring Highlight Tough Situation

Why did nine teachers not come back to work this fall after their probationary period? Who is the “non-reelect fairy” sending emails to TTUSD first- and second-year teachers with warnings about being let go?

News Briefs | November 14 – December 11, 2019

Community Pavilion and Ice Arena plans halted; Truckee receives recognition for sustainability; Placer County-proposed housing development sparks opposition; more.

Sixty Years of Service

Would you trudge through feet of snow or work 10-plus-hour days to reach your patients in the dead of winter? Learn how TTMG physicians and nurses coped in the early days of Squaw medicine.

Developer Says Look Forward, Opponents Say Look Back

Legal trouble, evictions, and too many units: Community complaints about Sean Whelan’s proposed Jibboom Street development got personal. He says the project represents the future.

USDA Offers Food Safety Tips for California Areas Affected by Power...

Power outage? Here’s what you need to do for your food.

GVC Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Waldorf Education

It’s the 100-year anniversary of the Waldorf education system, and Truckee’s local Golden Valley Charter Waldorf school is participating in an artistic celebration of that milestone. Exclusive Moonshine video footage included.

Polaris Creek Wetlands Restoration Could Relocate Baseball Field, Campgrounds

Community input sought for Pomin Park/Polaris Creek Project

Think Local: What Does it Mean to be a Tahoe/Truckee Local?

We asked community members. Here are their answers.

From the Ground Up

What does it mean to “be a local” to you? Here, community members ponder that question; we delve into the dollars raised to support residents with large medical bills; take you on a local journey through transit, dentistry, and food; and provide a locals-only showcase ad space.

Think Local | October 10 – November 13, 2019

We delve into the dollars raised to support residents with large medical bills; take you on a local journey through transit, dentistry, and food; and provide a locals-only showcase ad space.

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