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  • Agencies use every tool to face threat of fire

    By Sage Sauerbrey, Moonshine Ink “Forest fires happen because of decades of decisions that are made beforehand,” says forest ecologist Malcom North of a long line of mistakes in forest management stretching more than 100 years into the past. These unintentional blunders have compounded with climate change and natural forest processes throughout the years to […]

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  • Opinion: Alessi’s resignation a welcome surprise

    By Kathryn Reed Quitting won’t get Suzie Alessi what she wants. What South Lake Tahoe’s city clerk wants is for potentially damaging or embarrassing texts and emails about her and written by her to not see the light of day. The multiple entities that have sought the documents, including Lake Tahoe News, will continue to […]

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    ·      “No e-bike” stickers are being posted on U.S. Forest Service trails where motorized vehicles are prohibited.  ·      Sept. 1 is the 37th annual Kirkwood Volunteer Fire Department 5K/10K Run and the 18th annual Thin Air Chili Cook-Off. ·      The Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival in Meyers in June 30-July 1. For more info, go online. […]

  • Placer County offers help to candidates

    There will be over 175 positions available on various local city councils, school boards, parks, fire, water and utility districts in Placer County this November. Placer County Elections Office is conducting free candidate workshops to take the mystery out of running for office. Prospective candidates and their supporters are encouraged to attend. The workshops will […]

  • Agencies use every tool to face threat of fire

    By Sage Sauerbrey, Moonshine Ink “Forest fires happen because of decades of decisions that are made beforehand,” says forest ecologist Malcom North of a long line of mistakes in forest management stretching more than 100 years into the past. These unintentional blunders have compounded with climate change and natural forest processes throughout the years to […]

  • Swimmer to recount historic day on Lake Tahoe

    Erline Christopherson, the first woman to swim the length of Lake Tahoe, will be back in the area on July 18 to talk about that memorable day. She was 16 when she accomplished this feat. She will share her memories of that record-setting day in 1962 with historic videos, photos and stories. The free talk […]

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