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March 2, 2012
Short, but not necessarily sweet
Short Story Contest Winners
About the judges
Apala G. Egan, 'Bastille Day'
When the Knock Comes
Diane Holcomb, 'When the Knock Comes'
Curtis Wu, 'Robot Rob'
New Shoes Always Hurt
Emily Katz, 'Merry Go Round'
Merry Go Round
The Perfect Souvenir
Maya McNealis, 'Perfect Souvenir'
A Tale of a Tail
Emma Miller, 'A Tale of a Tail'
Nicolet Knauer, 'Nico'
Homebuilder signs deal for Alma Plaza
New Facebook applications to spearhead emergency support
Forging friendships for 40 years
Duveneck residents call for surveillance cameras
Plan to revitalize Edgewood Plaza moves ahead
Surveys: Student emotional health improving
Despite tax growth, Palo Alto braces for deficits
Gunn sisters juggle academics with life at the VA
A romance in black and white
Palo Alto, police union deadlocked over contract
Quote of the week
Palo Alto looks to hike refuse rates
Board ponders Addison Elementary boundary change
Yeh lays out vision for Palo Alto's 'renewal'
Tips for preventing a burglary or robbery
Group calls for more rail crossings, parks around Caltrain tracks
Greek-American comfort food
Titles to defend and wins
Menlo School girls, M-A boys hope to end title droughts
Menlo College women's basketball teams heads to nationals
On the air
M-A senior is just as tough as he looks
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