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All is Not Lost

This past month gave rise to a heavy heart. Chris Ayres, the wife of Moonshine Ink columnist Robert Ayres, passed away in late August....

Park City looks from the outside in

A delegation of approximately 60 city officials, business leaders, and media from Park City, Utah, came to the Reno-Lake Tahoe region in early September...

Dancing: You Know How To Get Down

Publisher's Box

First Response

In a moment of panic, we rely on our reflexes. And if our lives are on the line, these reflexes are crucial. Living in...

Extension to Downtown Truckee

Truckee Town Council: Mayor Beth IngallsVice Mayor Richard Anderson Barbara GreenJosh SusmanCraig Threshie ~ Meeting, October 19, 2006 For the Town...

Steve Who?

The Town of Truckee is indisputably changing in many ways. But some parts of Truckee have remained remarkably stable since Truckee incorporated in 1993:...

Help Wanted: Traffic Enforcement Management Officer

Truckee Town Council Councilmembers: Mayor Craig Threshie Richard Anderson Barbara Green Beth Ingalls Josh Susman December 16, 2004 ~ from Annie's notes Siller Ranch Update Community...

Flying Doctors Bring Christmas Joy and the Lesson of Giving to...

Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived at about 11:00 a.m. in Flying Doctors Pilot Rob Lober's twin engine plane, with the children communicating with the...

Toxic Treatment for Tahoe?

Environmentalists and Water Providers Oppose Use of Poison to Combat Tahoe's Invasive Species

30 Years Later

When storms whip the Sierra Nevada they can throw a strong wind down from the mountain peaks through Shirley Canyon into Squaw Valley. Old timers call this western wind the 'Shirley Zephyr.' On April 15, 1978, the Shirley Zephyr was more than a stiff breeze. Its gale-force winds aided in causing one of the ski industry’s most historic lift accidents.

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