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Archive Issue September 30, 2009

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September 30, 2009
Tri-City Voice September 30, 2009 Issue
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Article Index

1 runner in Omaha marathon to go without shoes

Abode Services receives Challenge Grant

Amateur radio operators are communicators for cities, counties, and states

American Surprises Tennyson

An Evening with Mary

Aragon wins Irvington's girls volleyball tourney

Artist shares painting techniques

Be cautious posting personal information online

Being an American essay contest

Bill Mancebo's player spotlight: Savannah Christopulos

Bogie's is open for business

Bolts continue win streak

Bowl-a-Thon

California Arts Day Calendar

California signs agreements to combat border violence and human trafficking

Chabot sports recap

City Management of Milpitas Library Project was fair and safe

Correction

Dogged at home: Huskies fall to Tracy

Dream workshops at Fremont Library

EarthTalk(r)

Editorial: A Simple Request

Fall arts extravaganza

Fall fiesta for the arts

Flight 93 memorial earns award for Michael Emerson

Fraud targeting businesses

Free Classes To Help Empower Cancer Caregivers

Free reading and writing workshop for parents

Fremont Christian drops two of three

Fremont City Council

Fremont Falcons win season opener

Fremont Firefighters Flippin' Flapjacks

Go Red casting call

Got Milk? video contest

Governor Schwarzenegger highlights solar growth report

Greek Festival

Halloween 'Boo' Calendar

Hayward City Council

Hayward farmers' market

Healthcare- A stormy debate Part 2

High school tennis wrap-up

History: Pioneer Transportation in Washington Township

Keep Abreast of Cancer Services at "Think Pink" Health Fair

Keep your butts off our lips

Kennedy football: Commit not to quit

Lady Pioneers win first conference game

Letter to the editor: Masonic Homes Flatlands Project

Letter to the editor: Governor earns kudos

Library Advisory Commission

Library opens up worlds of information

Local church recruits missionaries

Measure WW funds

Moon Festival

NY Fashion Week designers ask: Who wants a hug?

New Haven Schools Foundation hosts "Mutt Strut"

New home sales tick up, disappoint analysts

Newark City Council

Newark Firefighters BBQ to support Measure L

Niles projects near completion

Ohlone Board report

Ohlone Humane Society: Stop this senseless killing!

Ohlone opens new Student Services building

Ohlone sports roundup

On the Web

Paddy's Film Festival

Parent Project sessions to begin

PhotoCentral creates magical fall

Pink Flamingo Pee Wee Golf Tournament returns to Niles

Prep cross country and golf

Preparing for the next earthquake

Raise a toast to Olives

Recovery Funds awarded to fight homelessness

Rendezvous with heritage of Ohlones

Restaurant Review: Pizza Depot

Retail Recovery: Light at the End of the Tunnel

Shiver me timbers, Pirates of Emerson are back!

Spend a day with Shark

Stage 1 Auditions

The Ohlone College Foundation Auction Is Officially Open!

Theatre: Sullivan & Gilbert a perfect pleasure

There is Hope After Stroke

Train of Lights

Union City Council

Union City Leisure Services report

Walking for a cure

Warriors defeat Cougars

Warriors lose third straight

Wherefore art thou San Lorenzo?

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