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Archive Issue February 3, 2010

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February 3, 2010
Tri-City Voice February 3, 2010 Issue
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Article Index

'World's Strictest Parents' television show looking for host families

A Healthier Community... A Sustainable Future

Ad hoc task force for Decoto Family & Youth Resource Center

Art Show calling for entries

Axl retires from service

Battle of the Bands

Bill Mancebo's player spotlight: Rhianna Soares

Birding the refuge


Cal State East Bay sports recap

Calls for end to racist violence

Carlo Street off-ramp opening

City of Hayward

City of Newark

City of Union City

Colts get much needed win

Companies looking to hire veterans

Concordia Chamber Choir sings in Fremont


County strengthens ordinance on social host responsibility

Dance is life and life is for all

David Williams retires after 25 years of service

Davis leads way in Farmers rout


East Bay Parks are the trail to fitness

Editorial: Democracy in action

Employees of the year 2009

Fifty years of making a difference

Final "O-Zone Nights" this weekend

Free workshops at county libraries to assist job seekers

Fremont City Council

Fremont Gurdwara Sahib will award $20,000 in scholarships

Fremont School district braces for more cuts

HOSTS Ohlone scholarship program

Hamantashen Baking

Hayward Police looking for suspect in mall shooting

High schools can apply for H&R Block grants

History: The John Cabral Bettencourt Family

Jazz photography exhibit

Keeping a Hospital Running from Behind the Scenes

Learn About Heart Failure and Irregular Heartbeats At Upcoming Health and Wellness Seminar

Lifetime Achievement Award

Local Boy Scouts of America Leaders present the prestigious Silver Beaver award

Local occupational students excel in regional SkillsUSA competition

Local wrestling breakdown

Metropolitan Transportation Commission votes for Oakland Airport Connector

Milpitas BART transit center plan

Milpitas Sports Center offers two new classes

Milpitas magazine on TV

Milpitas participates in federal stimulus program

Mission Masquerade Ball

New Haven Unified education briefs

Newark Climate Action Plan

Newark Police investigate shooting


Ohlone Humane Society: Haiti's voiceless victims

Options considered for utility users tax

Pat Kite's Garden: The largest onion in the world

Peaceful Living in today's World

Police arrest two suspects in contaminated brownie incident

Ralph Bell retires from U.S. Postal Service

Reflections of 1957 - a beginning

Restaurant Review: Amia Bakery

Scrapbook U

Screening of the documentary film: 'Haiti: We Must Kill the Bandits'

Senate Dem: Health care bill 'on life support'

Silicon Valley Reads programs in Milpitas

Spring Break Camps Calendar -Participate!

Square Dance Club gives back to the community

Sunol Glen School holds first Scripps Spelling Bee

Theatre Preview: She Was Only Marginally Modest

Tobacco Youth Brigade holds picket

Union City Police Department Report

Union City Transit reaches out to seniors

Veronin, Zermeno named February's athletes of the month

Villopoto victorious in San Francisco

YMCA annual fundraising campaign

Yoga Can Help You Cope with Chronic Illness

Zoning text amendment restricting head shops and tobacco sales

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