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June 16, 2004

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Publication Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2004

  • Cover Story
  • Cover story: The people's priest
  • Father Gerald Brown: the next seminary president
  • News
  • Two young men were struck by an SUV
  • Misdemeanor charge in crosswalk death
  • String of motorcycle accidents on Hwy. 84
  • Vote on coastal annexation hangs on petition count
  • Coins save man from gunshot wound
  • Manslaughter charges filed in head-on car collision
  • County to hike building, park fees -- once again
  • Happy ending: mother hawk survives major injury
  • Never mind: Burgess Pool to stay open for the 'time being'
  • St. Patrick's Seminary won't sell land for soccer fields
  • News Notes
  • Foundation donates $50,000 to parks
  • Fiery week in Portola Valley
  • Reagan and Lane: They rode the range together
  • Health-care board member resigns; board will appoint replacement
  • County roads to be resurfaced
  • Going by the Book: Woodside Village Church pastor retires, returns to intellectual pursuits
  • Short Takes
  • Supes promote wild salmon
  • Sand Hill update
  • Woodside adds programs, avoids red ink in $5.2 million budget
  • Opinion
  • Strong reaction to child care opinion
  • County challenged by health care
  • Family Almanac
  • Dispatches from the Home Front
  • Care-A-Van for Kids seeks volunteer drivers
  • Kids are head over heels for gymnast mom
  • Miles goes to the movies
  • For the Record
  • Police Calls
  • Graduates
  • Obituaries
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Theater review: 'Much Ado About Nothing' is, in fact, really something
  • Schools
  • Woodside preschool seeks applications
  • Stanford provost speaks at Sacred Heart
  • Priory graduates 36 eighth-graders
  • Ex-defense secretary speaks to Mid-Peninsula graduates
  • Otter Run raises $50,000 for Oak Knoll School
  • Budget picture brightens for Portola Valley schools
  • Ravenswood names superintendent
  • Sports
  • Little League number retired for A's outfielder Eric Byrnes
  • NCEFT riding show Saturday
  • Lutticken's wins M-A Little League title
  • The Pro's team wins Alpine Little League title
  • 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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