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The Latest stories are brief online exclusive articles, from 300-600 words, with a focus on community-oriented breaking news.

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.

Forecasted 20% to 50% Drop in North Tahoe Tourism Revenue

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Lodging remains the one critical piece to get Tahoe to its “new normal” as a getaway destination.

Leveling Up

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Retail and food establishments start to reopen as local counties gain state approval to move deeper into stage two.

There’s (Probably) Enough Testing for You Now

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Here’s what you need to do in order to be tested for COVID-19

Tahoe on Precipice of Phased Reopening

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Local counties eye an exit from coronavirus hibernation. At the same time, increased local capacity for testing is coming online, but the white whale of robust contact tracing is still being chased.

Northstar Appeals Court-Ordered Pass Refund

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A Truckee local’s case against Northstar regarding an updated parking plan was successful in a Tahoe City small claims court. The resort, however, has appealed the $600 refund.

Testing Triage for COVID-19 in Tahoe

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Kits are severely limited, so who gets tested for the novel coronavirus? Plus, insight from a former COVID inpatient and why tracking presumed positive cases isn’t “physically feasible.”

Tahoe Peak or Plateau?

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The Tahoe hotspot expectation of COVID-19 cases may be simmering; a TFHS physician and the family of a local COVID-19-positive patient are living the coronavirus pandemic in real time.

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