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In our News section you’ll find the facts on everything from politics to the environment to local business. We’re your Tahoe newspaper, delivering stories you can trust.

NEWS BRIEFS | November 8 – December 12, 2013

NTPUD to Collect Parking Fees Year-Round; No Mud Snails Found in Truckee River; Placer County Looks to Secure $1.5 Million Grant for Kings Beach Project;  TCPUD Completes Replacement of Lake Forest and Tahoma Meadows Water Systems; and more

Spot News Briefs: Business

Submit your own to Squaw Valley and Alpine Receive Top Enviro GradesTwo Tahoe ski resorts scored in the top five of the Ski Area...

Mark Twain says Get Out and Vote, Tahoe/Truckee!

As candidates came in for our Election 2016 new media project, a special visitor dropped by to speak his mind about politics and to encourage Tahoe/Truckee to get out and vote. Enjoy!

Big Changes in Big Facilities

Big luxury venues in the area are getting even bigger.

NEWS BRIEFS | July 13 – August 9, 2017

NTPUD swabs the poop deck, cat adoptions skyrocket, and an environmental “think tank” event comes to Squaw.

Parent-Run Cooperatives: A Fresh Alternative to Preschools

A co-op concept for preschools, where parents share the responsibility of creating curriculum and providing care for the children.

Commercial Real Estate | February 12 – March 10, 2016

This month's commercial real estate snapshot from Moonshine Ink.

Bicycle Repair on Wheels

Back are the days of milk delivery and farm fresh eggs, but in the form of greased ball bearings and trued wheels.

On the Spot Business Announcements (15 October – 11 November)

Chamber Seeks Awards Nominations The Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Awards Dinner Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the Resort at Squaw...

POLICE LOG | July 16 to Aug. 24

When local police weren’t relaxing on summer vacation, they were dealing with estranged mothers, pyromaniac kids, unknown “scientific experiments,” petty robberies, and, of course, a car chase.