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In Memory Of
On Oct. 15, friends and family remember the life of the Rev. Dr. David J. Mussatti, Episcopal priest and a teacher at Incline High School and Sierra Nevada College.
Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe
Economy & Jobs
Land Use & Development
Happy 5th Anniversary to our friends at Sacramento Digs Gardening!
Tickets Available for Celebrity Golf Tournament
The 34th annual American Century Championship, celebrity golf’s most prominent tournament of sports and entertainment superstars, will take to the fairways of Edgewood Tahoe from July 12 to 16.
Journey on the Roaring Road: Highway 50’s Historic Legacy
The nonprofit Highway 50 Association is holding its 74th annual reenactment of the Great Western Migration through June 10.
The New Payday Loans? California Moves to Regulate Cash Advance Apps
In May, a video featuring a young woman named Brooklyn in heart-shaped glasses implored viewers to tell the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation how important a company named EarnIn was to their day-to-day life. EarnIn is part of a relatively new app-based industry that provides cash advances to people based on their wages.
The One Big Flaw in California’s Local Redistricting Reforms
The state Assembly has passed legislation to require large cities, counties and school districts to use independent commissions to redraw districts for their governing boards, but the measure exempts five major counties.
Prepare Your Family for a Wildfire
Residents and visitors need to be prepared to evacuate in the event of an emergency. Take the time to prepare a wildfire action plan.
Understand Fire Warnings, Red Flag
One of the first steps to being prepared for a wildfire is to understand the meaning of wildfire warnings and alerts mean issued by different agencies.
From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
Tahoe Star Returns, Renewed
After a period of disrepair, the Tahoe Star has returned to the Jewel of the Sierra and is now available to the general public for private charters under new ownership.
IVGID, Local Agencies Seek Best Location for Dog Park
Concerns were raised over the placement of the designated dog park in Incline Village due to public safety access and potential harm to the surrounding creeks at the Village Green.
Wildfire Home Retrofit Guide
A team of California and Nevada scientists and practitioners has published the Wildfire Home Retrofit Guide, available for free download.
Tahoe Weekly’s 16th Annual Ultimate Tahoe Summer Bucket List
Whether your ideal outing is spent in the backcountry or lounging on the beach, there’s something for everyone.
From Sierra Sun...
Olympic Valley Public Service District Discusses Changes to Water Code
The Olympic Valley Public Service District Board of Directors discussed changes to the district's water conservation and drought standards.
Placer County Launches Website Specifically for North Lake Tahoe
Placer County officially launched its new Tahoe-specific website, where residents and visitors alike can access county information, resources and programs all in one place.
The New York Times Magazine spends an entire issue explaining why California matters, and CalMatters wins gold for giving the state the coverage it deserves.
Renewable energy sources provided 37 percent of California electricity in 2021, a new record for the state as it moves toward its 2045 goal of 100 percent clean energy. Battery storage will play a huge role in reaching that goal.
California’s new CARE Court system that compels treatment for people with severe mental illness is set to roll out in seven counties this October, despite efforts by civil liberties groups to stop it.
Let’s face some hard facts—and still be able to celebrate the beginning of the best season of the year.
A new analysis shows that the California State University system doesn’t make or receive enough money to cover its costs, even with state support. The report and lawmakers urge the system to increase tuition, but even that might not be …
More than 4 percent of death penalty convicts have been wrongfully convicted, data shows. But courts including the U.S. Supreme Court have failed to provide protections for the innocent facing death at the hands of the state.
The death penalty remains legal in California, but Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered a moratorium on executions in 2019. Will capital punishment end in the state? Here’s what’s happening.
California will cut use of water from the Colorado River drastically under a new agreement announced by the Biden Administration on May 22. Nevada and Arizona have also agreed to the cuts.
You probably know that The Newsletter goes out only to California Local members and subscribers. Today I am writing to bring the good news that we have just been given two big awards.
Voting is just the beginning. Stay connected with your representatives to make sure your government is working for you.
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On the Santa Cruz City Council, then as mayor, and then as county supervisor, Ryan Coonerty learned to love politics.
The California Supreme Court has kept the state at the forefront of legal issues surrounding abortion, the death penalty and same-sex marriage, starting in its earliest days in the Gold Rush era.
The state’s most important industry relies on workers who are not given a chance to obtain legal status.
The future of farming in California is changing as the planet warms, altering the rain and heat patterns that guide which crops are grown where. “We’re adjusting for survival,” one grower said.
California stands as America’s agricultural powerhouse, growing half of its fruits and vegetables. Here’s how California farming has shaped the state, from the early missions to today’s “factories in the field.”
How the SF state senator was changed by California; how our great state spawned a cultural phenomenon; how many Californians are being denied life's most basic necessity.
Comics may have been born in New York, but they came of age in California. And there’s more to the story than San Francisco comix.
Members of the California Legislature took nearly $1 million worth of trips sponsored by interest groups in 2022. The California Foundation on the Environment and the Economy accounted for 40% of the travel spending. Over the years, some of its …
Ezra Klein talks to state Sen. Scott Wiener about why progressive policies have failed in a state with no Republicans in power.
Greg Long has been named the new chief operating officer of Travel North Tahoe Nevada (formerly Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau).
Tahoe Prosperity Center welcomes Crystal Sawyer-White as its new senior housing program manager.
Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation has announced the granting of $250,000 to local nonprofit organizations through its 2022 Community Fund Grant Program.
Juice eNVy, a new juice bar in the Round Hill Shopping Center is now open for business. It was started by a Smith Valley restaurant after he found juicing to help with his diabetes diagnosis.
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe announced that Greg Gavrilets has been hired as its general manager, replacing longtime ski area leader Paul Senft, who retired after a 42-year career with the resort.
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