Column | My Shot
Opinion pieces from Tahoe and Truckee readers.
For me, the Jan. 21 Women’s March signals the beginning of a new era, with citizens getting engaged to protect fragile civil liberties.
Is it time for the Teichert asphalt plant to move out of Truckee?
A memorial that once existed within the 64-Acre Recreational Area in Tahoe City has been devastated forever.
ERIK HURST: Longtime local calls into question many of KSL’s ways; Squaw promptly broke up
JOHN FORE: Truckee / Tahoe people Facebook admins decided to offer an ultimatum to our community: Be a respectful member to the online community and offer a helpful, healthy perspective or we would just delete the page altogether.
STACEY FITE AND FAITH SMITH: Inspired by those working day and night to clear roads, restore power, help people in need, and keep our community safe, two women launch a way to give thanks.
AMY BERRY: Now that the Lake Tahoe Restoration Act moves into the critical funding phase, we need all hands on deck.
ADDI WINGATE: Local Truckee 16-year-old is determined to improve lives worldwide through education and buildon.org.
CORALIN GLERUM: When your grief turns to resolve, join us as we strive for the America we love. A list of suggestions to get you started.
STEVE FRISCH: The Truckee Railyard is a model for new developement in the Sierra Nevada and other rural regions.
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