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Archive Issue April 30, 2008

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April 30, 2008
Tri-City Voice April 30, 2008 Issue
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Article Index

Ancient art of Chinese brush painting

Arctic Penguins

Bookmobile Schedule

Bubble or fact of life: Where's the price of oil headed?

Carnival celebrates diversity

Cinco de Mayo celebrations

Dominican Kinder Jog

Editorial: Industrial land - what is it good for?

Elementary student wins essay contest

Engineering Summer School Comes to Alameda County

Footnotes

Foundation provides grant for Castro Valley library

Friends of Scouting, Creating Community Leaders

Geisha and Gardens

Grab your lariat and boots for a Chuck Wagon barbeque

Hidden treasures found locally

History: Long-time Centerville employees

Job Fair

Letter to the Editor: Redevelopment in Newark

Letter to the Editor: Vargas Plateau comments

Living Arrangements for Seniors: What Are Your Options?

Mission San Jose Boys Tennis sweeps to titles

Mission San Jose Little League results

Mobile Blood Drives

Movie Review: Harold and Kumar still flying high in sequel

Newark Eagle Scout

One hundred and fifty years in Centerville School

Pathways to Positive Aging: Seniors on the go! - Learning how to use public transit

Patton retools tennis camps

Piecemakers quilt show

Redevelopment - boom or bust?

Spring festival supports women's health

Stocks mostly up

Tech Trek Scholarships Awarded

Tee Time

The Hobbit

The Pack vs. Chaos

Treasurys tumble

Union City officials hope voters will pass Measure K in June "Without it, the future looks bleak"

Wall Street looks for cues from the Federal Reserve

Washington High teacher receives national recognition

Washington Hospital Celebrates National Volunteer Week

Washington Hospital, Cisco and the Oakland A's Team Up for First Annual Health Care Grand Slam

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