A Climate for Change

Sure, I’d rather ski with my friends than call my congressperson, but guess what? You can do both!

Is Density the Solution to Our Housing Crisis?

Density is the name of the game when it comes to most current discussions about mitigating North Tahoe/Truckee’s local workforce housing issues. But are we passing over other solutions in the quest for density-minded development? Alexis Ollar, executive director of Mountain Area Preservation, outlines creative solutions to the area’s housing crisis.

Wrong Project, Wrong Place

The proposed Tahoe City Cross-Country Center is the wrong project in the wrong place.

Andy Wirth Epitomizes His Own Criticisms in Far-Reaching Media Attacks

OPINION: The Squaw Valley president attempts to manipulate his employees and the local community to think Moonshine’s coverage is bogus. But, critically, he fails to offer a core reason to constitute his claim.

In This New Age of Wildfires, Communities and Insurers Must Work...

As California wildfires worsen, a looming crisis of property insurance access further threatens the foundation of our communities, at a time when we are already facing an unprecedented housing crisis.

Last Year Was Not Normal, Time to Rise Up Locally

In Trump’s administration, the norms we treasure are threatened. Be a part of the resistance.

State’s Attempt to Close Parks Was a Disservice to the Public

Editor’s Note: In recent news, private donors and nonprofits have stepped up to stop the closure of nearly all 70 state parks that were...

Significance of the Time Persons of the Year

As an activist, it has become apparent that not all share my passion to end the power imbalance that contributes to violence in our society. The time is ripe for this to change.

What Money Can’t Buy

BY ANN NICHOLS We need to have a fundamental debate about the role of the market and the environment at Lake Tahoe. I’ve been reading...

The Incline Village General Improvement District Keeps Citizens in the...

Collusion between board trustees and staff at Incline’s governing agency is leading to broken laws, policies, practices, and accounting rules.