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Creative Brew Special Edition

We do our best at Moonshine Ink to provide insightful accounts and reflections of the civic, economic and environmental issues facing us today in Truckee and North Tahoe. However, arts and culture are just as important to include in our daily lives. Moonshine Ink is proud to present an entire issue dedicated to the arts and culture as submitted by our readers and community members. Essays, poems and short stories fill our regular columns while visuals of photographs, paintings, scultures, etc. are in community gallery sections. So sit back, turn on the right side of your brain, and consider this a month to reflect on your and your neighbor's creative side.

BUSINESS BRIEFS | October 12 – November 8, 2012

Lawrence Realty Launches New iPhone App     Lawrence Realty has launched an iPhone app for home seekers in the Truckee/North Tahoe area. Lawrence Realty, a...

On the Spot Announcements (Feb 14 – Mar 12)

Help Juniper Hills Fire Victims, Nation's First Ski Resort Management Program, and More Announcements

Saga of the 26-year Bike Trail

Agencies on the North Shore try to come to an agreement on the Firestone Property

Alibi Ale Works Pours Into Truckee

Things are brewing yet again for Alibi Ale Works, Tahoe’s only production brewery, as they open up a new taproom in Truckee with a number of new amenities.

CEO Bob Schapper to Leave Tahoe Forest Hospital

The Tahoe Forest Hospital Board of Directors have decided to not renew Schapper’s contract. Meanwhile, Nevada County District Attorney confirms ongoing investigation into district.

Mail Back, Move Forward

Have you become a fan of the 2010 Census on Facebook yet? Did you know you can follow the Census Bureau on Twitter? Times...

A Bounty Amidst the School Books

From spaghetti squash to persimmons, figs to tangerines, the last four months have brought tongue-expanding experiences to local students.

May is Teen Pregnancy Awareness Month

Local County Teen Clinic  Ranked in Top Five

Debunking Zillow’s Zestimate

Zillow’s reported median error rate for California’s Placer and Nevada counties are 3.3 and 3.9 percent, respectively.