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March 5, 2010

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March 5, 2010

Cover Story
      A class where the light bulb goes on

      Palo Alto names new assistant city manager
      City View
      News Digest
      School, city leaders rebuff queries by 'Dr. Phil'
      Judge upholds Palo Alto sit-lie law
      Stiffer fines proposed for cell-phone violators
      Wells Fargo now biggest East Palo Alto landlord
      Quote of the week
      Palo Alto raising new high-speed-rail concerns
      Relief organized for EPA plane-crash neighborhood
      Finances, infrastructure highlight 'State of the City'
      'Widow maker' tree limb nearly hits Crescent Park resident
      Around Town
      Public Agenda
      Palo Alto revamps Taser policy

      Editorial: Unacceptable lapse in blackout information
      Editorial: A businesslike, sobering 'State of the City' report
      Guest Opinion: How you can help Palo Alto win Google Open Fiber

Title Pages
      Book Talk
      What the doctor ordered

Eating Out
      Shop Talk
      Turn up the heat

Community Pulse
      Police calls

Arts & Entertainment
      Movies for the reel world
      A rare quartet
      More museum events
      Remembering Katrina
      Worth a look

      High School Athletes of the Week
      Sports Shorts
      ON THE AIR
      Good shots for titles at CCS
      Some special shots at section titles
      The Streak at stake in the Pac-10 finals
      SHP girls a win from soccer final
      Stanford women continue their preparation for NCAA title bid

Real Estate
      Sales at a glance
      Duveneck / St. Francis
      Home Front for March 5:
      Garden tips for March
      Building permits
      Home sales