Truckee


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Truck•ee

(ˈtrʌk i)

n.
a river in E California and W Nevada, rising in Lake Tahoe and flowing E and NE for about 125 mi. (201 km).
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His wife is stuck on the overland at Truckee. Can't you bring the Lurlette across from Tiburon and carry the machine over for him?"
And my wife's somewhere around Truckee, I think, stalled on the overland.
They've just transferred him from the Truckee division.
The Truckee (195 km) and Carson (211 km) rivers originate in snow-dominated headwaters in the Sierra Nevada of eastern California and flow to terminal playa lakes in northwestern Nevada (Fig.
The communities are Coachland RV Park in Truckee, California and Rayford Crossing in Spring, Texas, with 230 and 115 sites in each community respectively.
With offices currently serving nearby Truckee, Truckee-Donner, Incline Village and Lake Tahoe, E&V recognizes Reno's changing business landscape, as well as demographics of home buyers and sellers.
After ensuring the mother bear was at a safe distance, members of the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District opened the dumpster, to find the three youngsters.
Nevada Gold & Casinos announced the signing of a definitive purchase agreement to sell its Club Fortune Casino in Henderson, Nevada to Truckee Gaming for $14.6M, subject to certain adjustments, including a working capital adjustment.
Once a quiet pocket of Victorian homes bridging the Truckee River Arts District and Midtown, the Cal Ave neighborhood drew in a flurry of new businesses and residents a few years ago, becoming a district in its own right in 2012.
Into that void has stepped Truckee Meadows Community College, a relatively small college charged with a huge task: spearheading the development of the skilled, qualified workforce that will be able to make the Tesla/Panasonic plant a success, and at the same time stamp Nevada a business-friendly state where businesses can relocate or expand and have their need for trained employees fulfilled.
ATEA has identified a city and region that is experiencing the sudden and significant need for training, Truckee Meadow Community College, Reno, Nevada.