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January 19, 2005

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Publication Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2005

  • Cover Story
  • Cover story: String sisters -- Natalie and Brittany Haas are young rising stars in the world of traditional fiddle music
  • News
  • Defendants settle with victims in Sequoias E. coli lawsuits
  • Famed Perry Avenue tree falls
  • Group sues to stop Jobs' tear-down of Jackling house
  • Atherton man is major inaugural donor
  • Menlo police call out the dogs to creek
  • Hassett heads open space district
  • Atherton tsunami victim memorialized
  • Sharon Road residents will get speed humps -- at their own expense
  • Menlo Park: Architect named to Planning Commission
  • Menlo Watch: Two-story house gets a nod -- sort of
  • News Briefs
  • Portola Valley: Retrofit option for Town Center buildings dealt another blow
  • Woodside Priory expansion plans up for discussion
  • Menlo Park: Witnesses recant, but murder case goes forward
  • Wayward sea lion leads police on a slow chase
  • Memorial fund set up for kids of Menlo Park robbery victim
  • Short Takes
  • Transportation agencies shuffle officers
  • New owner of Acorn restaurant is named
  • Loyal customers say 'so long' to John's Liquors in Ladera
  • Short chase nets car-theft suspects
  • Opinion
  • Guest Opinion: Happy New Year to fellow chocoholics
  • family almanac
  • Meet the real 'Bubbles': Jen Cowitz wins national contest to become a real-life 'Powerpuff Girl'
  • Hillview Players present 'Family Album'
  • Tsunami relief
  • Miles Files: The power of Bob ... at Huddart Park
  • For the Record
  • Ask the officer
  • Magazine salesman accused of assault to be arraigned
  • Electric heater starts Menlo Park fire
  • Car-pedestrian accident sent to DA
  • Obituaries
  • Sleepiness may have caused fatal accident
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Around Town: Ken Fisher to talk on lumbering days
  • Exhibit by Joseph Zirker
  • Schools
  • Finances key focus for Menlo Park schools
  • Studies in black and white
  • High school district board faces music and prepares for sanctions
  • Foundation starts 'Scholar's Circle'
  • Sports
  • Equestrians win regional honors
  • Basketball report: Woodside boys take three
  • Sports Briefs
  • 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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