Opinion: Tahoe Daily Tribune thankful for its readers
Tribune Managing Editor
After only three months living at Lake Tahoe’s South Shore, I can already tell there is a lot of be thankful for here: the beautiful views; an early, wet winter season and a diverse group of passionate individuals and organizations working together to better the area for locals and visitors alike. Most importantly, I am thankful for all of Tahoe Daily Tribune’s loyal readers, who regularly reach out with story ideas, letters, kudos and kindness contributions, photos, news releases and more. Our pages are filled with community-focused and community-generated news, making it a vibrant news source for locals, visitors and second-homeowners.
Heading into the new year, we continue to encourage community feedback and dialogue regarding the future of South Lake Tahoe and the surrounding communities. Do you want to see a Loop Road developed? Tell us why or why not with a letter. Is your local business doing something cool, new and different? Send us an email. Are you hosting an event? Enter it into our online calendar, which lives on our website and in print. Are you taking photos while you’re out and about on your smartphone? Tag us at #Tahoesnaps and you might see your image reposted on Instagram or in our Saturday print edition.
Don’t forget — http://www.tahoedailytribune.com is updated daily. Check us morning, noon and night for new stories, photos and briefs.
Caitlin Row is managing editor of Tahoe Daily Tribune. She can be reached at 530-542-8006 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find her on Twitter — @CrowTahoe. Tahoe Daily Tribune prints Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Its website — http://www.tahoedailytribune.com — is updated daily. Find us on social media, too — http://www.facebook.com/TahoeDailyTribune, http://www.twitter.com/TahoeDailyTrib and http://www.instagram.com/tahoesnaps.
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