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  • Marking the end of spring, there were many domestic violence disputes reported. Someone also lost their drug paraphernalia along the Truckee walking trail.

  • Moonshine Ink recieves accolades in Civic Engagement, Social Media Journalism, Best Ad series, and other categories from the National Newspaper Association.

  • Asian clams, an invasive species infecting the Sand Harbor area of Lake Tahoe, are being treated to mitigate infestation.

  • The Incline Flume Trail is being transferred to the Forest Service allowing it to secure $130,000 for a restoration project.

  • Everyone is talking about Lake Tahoe’s high water and it is more important than ever to pay attention to boating ordinances such as “no wake” zones and noise regulations becuase with high water comes increased risk.

  • Here's what came across the desk of Placer Sherriffs this March. 

  • Truckee/Tahoe Democrats mobilize to “fire” conservative California representative Tom McClintock, citing growing dissatisfaction with his policies and support of the Trump administration. Potential candidates are gearing up for the November 2018 district election. 

  • Women still face obstacles when pursuing careers in construction fields, but these five Tahoe females are at the top of the local industry.

  • Spring heralded an uptick in the local real estate market, including a 150 percent increase in number of homes actively listed for sale from last month’s numbers.

  • A colorful character from Truckee’s downtown scene during the 1870s was not a man, but a woman who racked up quite a laundry list of exploits.


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August 10, 2017