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The Kiwanis Club of Lake Tahoe awarded $8,500 in scholarships to George Whittell High School graduates.
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Happy 5th Anniversary to our friends at Sacramento Digs Gardening!
We've made it one-click convenient for members to contact their elected representatives.
They were odd jobs, but somebody had to do them. On International Workers’ Day, one peripatetic laborer shares his career lowlights.
Several projects are underway to make California Local beautiful and more functional. We're working hard to make it even easier for our members to citizen. (And remember: 'Citizen' is a verb!)
President Obama’s closest advisor, Valerie Jarrett, created and ran the White House Office of Public Engagement. Because democracy.
Ever wonder why things go wrong in our country and economy? We learned a new word from Cory Doctorow, and found a solution to this menace in the Fediverse.
The title of CapCon 2023 was 'Rebuilding Trust in an Age of Disinformation.' Barr’s response to that prompt was unambiguous: You do not deserve to be trusted.
How to effectively communicate actionable information for preparation before extreme events, and to disseminate vital information during and after disasters.
Wherever you live in California, you are likely to have strong feelings about Lake Tahoe. I want you to know that the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation’s annual Give Back Tahoe campaign is at the tail end of another record-breaking year.
Following Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter, droves are fleeing the social network and joining Mastodon, an open-source federated service in the 'Fediverse.'
Publisher Mike Gelbman delivers a report on our media allies, local directories, marketing services, and more.
California Local is helping a powerful organization tell a big story about confronting problems that threaten the soul of the North Lake Tahoe community.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres defends "the cornerstone of democratic societies—free, independent, and pluralistic media.”
We’ve made our proprietary content management platform available for fellow publishers.
In which we explore how we do community journalism at California Local.
Recent discussions in social media revealed a lack of maps of safe local bike routes. So we connected with local bike experts to start a crowdsourced project to create some.
I hoped the events of Jan. 6, 2021, would put an end to the Big Lie—that the election of 2020 was bogus. But on Jan. 6, 2022, the Big Lie got even bigger.
We take a look under the hood of California Local’s Traffic and Transportation portal, which provides comprehensive information on local road and traffic conditions, current CHP incidents and traffic congestion hot spots.
In which we ponder how to make things better in a climate of no.
We wanted to build a better local newspaper; it turned into something much larger.
In which we ponder human self organization.
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