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August 11, 2004

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Publication Date: Wednesday, August 11, 2004

  • Cover Story
  • Cover story: Behind the walls -- Menlo Park man brings tennis, Freud -- and perhaps a chance to be better human beings -- to the men at San Quentin State Prison
  • 'Writing a book is wonderful and ... miserable'
  • News
  • Coastside annex issue could reach ballot by court order
  • AuctionDrop store closes in Menlo Park
  • Uncontested council race in Atherton
  • Weighty plan to change state government: More questions than answers
  • Watershed outreach program Saturday in Portola Valley
  • Menlo homeless shelter joins InnVision
  • Menlo Park man dies in solo bike crash
  • Small increase in sales tax revenue
  • Election 2004: New name in Menlo council race
  • Menlo Watch
  • News Briefs
  • Park in progress
  • People
  • Rosa Perez to talk about her life
  • Portola Valley council plans new policy for anonymous gifts to town
  • Applicants sought for free home repairs
  • Make way for drivers
  • Short Takes
  • Atherton cracks down on seat-belt violators
  • Slip-up keeps filing period open for health-care district
  • Woodside trails and tribulations
  • People in Business: Kristin Cashin joins firm created by father
  • Opinion
  • EDITORIAL: A new spin on school bonds
  • Guest opinion: Some good reasons to support Props 65 and 1A
  • Former principal unhappy with story
  • Health & Fitness
  • When every minute counts
  • For the Record
  • Ask the officer
  • Police Calls
  • Grads
  • In the service
  • Friday deadline for ballot arguments
  • Motorcyclist killed, another injured in two accidents
  • Obituaries
  • Man stabbed to death after fight with wife
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Local students perform in 'Sound of Music'
  • Dressage champ will appear at Red Barn Festival Aug. 21
  • Rummage sale benefits equestrian center
  • Schools
  • Report: Schools not aligned with economy
  • No elections in school districts
  • Foundation helps Woodside High graduates
  • Sports
  • Dr. Bortz completes 34th marathon at age 74
  • 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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