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Archive Issue November 7, 2017

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November 7, 2017
Tri-City Voice November 7, 2017 Issue
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Article Index

A whole new approach to bike repair

A whole new approach to bike repair

ApplebeeÕs honors veterans with free meal

Armed robbery suspects identified

Autumn in the parks

BART Police Log

BART fare evaders beware

Best jobs for Millennials (or anyone wanting a great job)

Building community, one can at a time

CSU Ferguson spotlights racial issues and oppression

CalFresh food benefits help available to wildfire victims living in Alameda County

Cougars Cross Country news

Cougars advance in section championships

County and employee union aim to stop DACA repeal

County of Santa Clara opposing Texas anti-immigrant law

Daily Bowl unites community against hunger

Data Scientist Bets on SF Bay Area for Amazon HQ2

Editorial: Separate but Equal?

Elite Orange brings home championship

Emergency Action Plan approved

Experience the art of glass blowing

Fishing comes to Newark


Fremont Business Briefs

Fremont Development Digest

Fremont Football completes 2017 Season

Fremont News Briefs

Fremont Police Log

Fremont Senior Center ongoing activities

Getting ready for Thanksgiving

Google and AutoNation partner on self-driving car program

Grant to boost traffic safety on Fremont streets

Greet the holidays with Meet in the Street

Greet the holidays with Meet in the Street

Hayward City Council

High school teacher uses ceramics to mold young lives

High school teacher uses ceramics to mold young lives

Honoring those who have served

Hurtado assumes new role in government management agency

Huskies JV blanks Titans JV

Kiwanis Club planning a busy month

Lake Chabot Loop Trail segment reopened

Leading Movie Role for Local Pastor

Letter to the Editor: WhatÕs in a name?

Lions Club to host Thanksgiving dinner for seniors

MedShare provides medical supplies where most needed

Moreau Hopes and Dreams Dinner and Auction

New Haven News

Newark Police Log

Ohlone CollegeÕs ÒThe IllusionÓ is spellbinding

Park It

Pet food donations accepted to assist homeless pet owners

Police seek help in finding hit and run suspect

Pressure mounts on Apple to live up to iPhone X hype

Pumpkins in the Park a Huge Smash

Rolling into the holidays with Train of Lights

RudyÕs Donut House: fresh, family-made treats for five decades

Sabrecat Creek restoration day

Section Playoffs

Sister city alliance sponsors Italian cinema screening

State of the City 2017

Tesla posts record quarterly loss of $619M on Model 3 delays

The Robot Report

The day I saw the Moon eat the Sun

The ins and outs of pocket doors

Titans win a cliffhanger

Transforming studentÕs study habits

Tri City Health Center News

Union City Police Log

Viewfinders unveil Tennessee fall colors for the colorblind

You can shower with the new Kindle -- you just can't read

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