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Dead Man Walking

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COVID-19 nearly killed Truckee’s Mark Redpath. He sat down with Moonshine Ink to tell us why it’s not “just a cold” and about his continuing struggle with the devastating effects of this disease.

Town Manager Heading Out After Surprising Announcement

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Effective this week, Jeff Loux is retiring as Truckee Town Manager. For the next two months, he will be on paid leave, then per a separation agreement back to standard payment until February 2021.

Behind the Threats That Shut Down Truckee’s Anti-Racism March

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Police confirmed no foul play occurred during the demonstration

Local COVID-19 Cases Back on the Rise

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Placer, Nevada, and Washoe counties have all seen their highest single-day case counts during June, linked directly by Nevada County representatives to increases in social gatherings.

Entering Stage Three: Lodging, Gyms, and Campgrounds Can Reopen

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Higher-risk places including short-term rentals are given the green light.

Town Hall on Race Relations Responds to Police Chief’s Rhetoric

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A week after an internal email from Truckee’s chief of police leaked sparked outrage among many town residents, the town hosted a community discussion about police violence and systematic racism in law enforcement.

Phase Two in the Silver State

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Industries and activities now able to reopen in Nevada include gaming establishments, camping facilities, and movie theaters

Rent. The Crisis that Follows a Crisis

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Tension rises between landlords and tenants as the June 1 rent deadline hits; Truckee works with Sierra Community House and other groups to secure further rental assistance.

County Planning Commission Denies Laulima Project

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Community concerned the project isn’t true mixed-use, wants to see more commercial options

Looking Ahead

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Business owners in some “high-risk” industries are facing uncertain futures in these unprecedented times. Read how they’re adapting business plans in an effort to stay alive.

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