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April 21, 2004

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Publication Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2004

  • Cover Story
  • Power pair: After decades of shaping education and health care in the county, Floyd Gonella and Margaret Taylor are moving on
  • Power Pair: Gonella and Taylor keep public service lively
  • News
  • 'Walk for Ben' fights leukemia
  • Artist Jim Caldwell opens his studio
  • Earth Day events start with sunrise ceremony
  • 'Traffic calming' plans for Junipero Serra Boulevard
  • Menlo Kiwanis members celebrate a $60,000 year
  • Menlo Park mayor wants home-building rules on November ballot
  • Hurt feelings over planned gas station mural: Teen artists lose project, station owner irate over public art controversy.
  • Traffic survey shows significant cut-through traffic in Willows neighborhood
  • MENLO WATCH: New community police substation in Belle Haven gets council nod
  • POST buys key property for Skyline-to-sea trail
  • Blue Oaks' low-cost housing proves tough issue to tackle in Portola Valley
  • Portola Valley residents want say in use of new Town Center
  • Town of Portola Valley toasts two volunteers
  • Woodside Priory expansion plans roil Portola Valley
  • Council backs measures to fund toxic-cleanup of storm water
  • Short Takes
  • Around Town: 'Anything Goes' at theater gala
  • TheatreWorks revises its season
  • USGS lecture celebrates 50 years of geology in MP
  • Woodside's May Day parade is on May Day -- of all things!
  • Woodside Notes
  • Plans to subdivide two prominent Woodside properties
  • Opinion
  • For more than 50 years, Searsville Lake was the place to be
  • EDITORIAL:Downtown needs to stick to retail
  • LETTERS
  • Family Almanac
  • My Fridays with Auntie Marilyn
  • Elementary experimenters at La Entrada
  • High school students honored by Family Service Agency for beating the odds
  • Miles Files: Menlo School junior is a well-tuned vocal soloist and painter
  • For the Record
  • Driver charged in fatal Highway 84 accident
  • Police Calls
  • Former McKesson CFO pleads not guilty to securities charges
  • Obituaries
  • Menlo man shot, killed by robbers in his driveway
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Calendar
  • On stage at Castilleja
  • Schools
  • Charlotte Diamond back for benefit concert
  • Menlo School stages 'Spoon River Anthology'
  • Annual auction, dinner benefits Menlo Park school district
  • Two retired educators die; they had long ties to Hillview School
  • News about students
  • Portola Valley Schools Foundation invites 'hep cats' to the '51' Club
  • School Notebook
  • With reservations, Sequoia district settles contract with teachers
  • Woodside PTA honors three women for service
  • Sports
  • Menlo College senior earns All-American honors
  • Master Community Calendar
  • Movies
  • Current Movie Times & Reviews
  • Mini Movie Reviews
  • Movie Theatre Addresses and Phone Numbers
  • MarketPlace
  • Classifieds
  • Online Classified Ad Form

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