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  • The park would include separate areas for small and large dogs, a double-gated entry system, 8-foot and 6-foot fencing for each area respectively, seating, play structures, dog waste stations, a cooling station, a dog wash station, and more, and would be operated year-round.

  • America uses 500 million straws per day, which is enough to fill 125 school buses. Such an extreme amount of trash takes a massive environmental toll, and though the outlook may seem bleak, youths around the nation are taking action.

  • “Today, I am here to say that despite a completely failing body, I move forward,” Deborah Vick says about her life, and the touching help she receives from her service dog, Peeta.

  • Water bears are so sturdy that they probably won’t succumb to nuclear war, global warming, or any astronomical events that wreak havoc on Earth’s atmosphere.

  • Activities for you and your toddler are available any day of the week

  • For Goodness Sake’s financial structure is changing, but they will continue offering the same spiritual guidance and leadership. Learn how the community is rallying to keep the doors open at this 14-year-old Truckee nonprofit.

  • What do one of rock’s greatest lead singers and a 28 year old macaw have in common? We can assure you it’s much more than people wanting to take their picture.

  • Two hydrology students traveled to San Isidro, Nicaragua, a rural community of about 15,000, to work with Emerging Opportunities for Sustainability (EOS). EOS focuses on improving the lives of rural Nicaraguans, through projects revolving around health, economics, and clean water.

  • How to create your own home-grown kindness campaign and ramp up our personal and family kindness quotient.

  • Emily Esposito gives us some creative ideas for storing those four-season toys and gear everyone in Tahoe owns.

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November 8, 2018