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Archive Issue December 27, 2011

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December 27, 2011
Tri-City Voice December 27, 2011 Issue
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Article Index

A Christmas Carol delights in opening weekend

A Commitment to Keep Kids Healthy

At 100 years old, an Ohio doctor is still in

Campaign raises awareness of teen dating violence

Carjacking suspect at-large

Child safety seat law will change January 1

City Council seeks applicants to fill vacancy

City of Fremont Board/Commission Vacancies

Editorial: Where have all the studies gone?

Emergency services contract awarded to Alameda County Fire Department

ExploraVision competition seeks entrants

Fremont City Council

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Officer Honored

Fremont student wins International Youth Award

GOP's struggle on taxes gives Dems hope

Hayward City Council

Hayward to honor its heroes

Help make the community safer

High-speed rail officials concede jobs inflated

Holiday schedule for garbage service & free tree recycling

Improv Comedy Theatre offers New Year's Eve show

Installation of board members

James Logan HS soccer results

Janell Myhre to serve as director of emergency services

Jury dings CA tribe for $31M in casino dispute

Ken Hansen selected as Police Officer of the Year

LIFE ElderCare Helps Seniors Stay Healthy and in Their Own Home

Latest California homicide rate statistics

Legacy

Migrate into a new year with monarch butterflies

Mitten envy? Wis. promotion draws note in Mich.

New Haven School Board Update

New Year's Balloon Drop

Newark welcomes Officer Jeff Revay

Newark welcomes Officer Michael Taylor

Newark welcomes Officer Vincent Kimbrough

Occupy protesters to descend on Rose Parade

Odd news keeps New Englanders laughing, thinking

PG&E customers can 'opt-out'

Pros see stocks up in 2012, but big risks, too

Reindeer recovering from highway adventure in Ohio

Renegade women looking good on the hardwood

Renegades make it close

Santa Claus still flying high in new poll

Santa Visits the Breakfast Program

Scrapbook tells how Rudolph went down in history

Stop Domestic Violence

Suit filed to stop Fracking

Tax cut lives: Congress gives last-minute approval

Teaching the World to Sing

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Trees of Angels 2011 Lights Up the Holidays

Ugly, gaudy Christmas sweaters all the rage in US

VTA improves services in 2012

VTA seeks comments on long-range Transportation Plan

Wanted: Hunter Education Instructors

Water district board supports dental health

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