Archive Issue June 25, 2008
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June 25, 2008
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America Sings - Independence Day Parade in Centerville
Ardenwood students read over 3 million pages
Book Review: Star Maps: History, Artistry, and Cartography
Broncho Billy Silent Film Festival
Calling all artists!
Cargill Gives $4,500 to Newark Students
Council race heats up
Dancing her way to Denmark
Deja vu all over again?
Editorial: Should Fremont become a charter city?
Ferrellgas Nominated for the 2008 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award
Fourth grade Holy Spirit Red takes first place
Fremont Bank Foundation and Kidango work together to benefit Bay Area children and familes
Fremont Symphony wins California Arts Council Grant
Gaffey tosses no-hitter in MSJLL Red Sox postseason win
Grainger announces expansion of East Bay business operations
History: Dr. Eugene and Ethel Grau
Independence Day, the old-fashioned way
InfoBrain: Music and the arts in Alameda County's Tri-City Libraries
Keller Graduate School of Management confers Doherty Award
Letter to the Editor
Local team wins honorable mention at national Toy Challenge
Lorenz announces candidacy for Fremont City Council
Lunchtime Forum Gives Keys to Managing Osteoarthritis
Movie Review: Get Smart - and avoid this movie
New California Wireless Phone Laws Go Into Effect July 1
Newark addresses budget issues
Newark, Union City non-profits hoping for recession-proof Fourth of July
Newly Appointed Hayward City Council Member Makes History
Obituary: Helene Wing June 11, 1922 - June 8, 2008
Opera in the park
Pancakes, firefighters and July 4
Quick Response Gives Stroke Patient a 'Second Chance'
Redevelopment - boom or bust?
Robotic Technology Gives Surgeon the Edge in Prostate Removal
Teen's death may not be in vain
Top of the Class of 2008
Tri-City Independent Documentary Series presents, 'The Corporation'
Tri-City Voice Track and Field Awards