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October 12, 2005

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Publication Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2005

  • Cover Story
  • A new chapter begins for Kepler's
  • News
  • A new chapter begins for Kepler's bookstore
  • Allied Arts Guild will seek rehearing
  • Could Bayfront Park become a golf course?
  • Menlo Park: Hotel, office complex seen as boost for city revenues
  • Special feature: A leap of faith -- Parishioners respond to church challenge and raise tens of thousands of dollars for charitable causes
  • Flood study nears approval
  • People: Harry and Minerva Hartzell celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary
  • People: Streamkeeper takes next step in spiritual journey
  • Menlo Park City Council looks at grade-separation alternatives
  • Man shot in Menlo Park
  • Notebook: Governor signs parks bill
  • Portola Valley: Stanford presents hotel-office plan
  • Portola Valley council acts on Town Center, tax
  • Portola Valley: Sausal Creek subdivision can go forward
  • Portola Valley: Council candidates agree on taxes, Town Center rebuild
  • Short Takes
  • County probes creek spill from Anderson Chevrolet
  • Woman robbed, sexually assaulted
  • Woodside subdivision's EIR raises questions
  • Community forum on ballot measures
  • Opinion
  • Editorial: A sad ruling for Allied Arts
  • Editorial: Kepler's wins hearts and lower rent
  • A look back: Women journalists rare in early Almanac days
  • LETTERS
  • Guest opinion: The flood problem: What, if anything, is to be done about the creek?
  • Health and Fitness
  • Health & Fitness: Knee-Deep in Pain -- From therapy to surgery, growing numbers seek relief for their aching knees
  • Cancer risk, treatment topics of seminar
  • Flu shots available at Menlo clinics
  • For the Record
  • BIRTHS
  • Obituaries
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • New gallery opens in Portola Valley
  • Art at the Rec Center
  • Menlo-Atherton PTA plans fashion show
  • Students sponsor film benefit
  • Theater review: 'Baby Taj' -- Leisurely flow of beauty, legend
  • Around Town: Canada College hosts fashion designer sale
  • Schools
  • Woodside's 'Music Man' dies
  • Oak Knoll holds memorial for teacher
  • Three apply for school board vacancy
  • Program helps parents with teens
  • Sports
  • Coach Parks Field to be dedicated Saturday
  • Junior Riders: Show winners named
  • Woodside's Red menace defeats Navy Blue
  • Portola Valley women capture tennis title
  • Pop Warner: Vikings enjoy successful road trips
  • Pop Warner: Vikings defense rises up to shut out opponents
  • 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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