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  1. A life-saving reunionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Officer Alex Koumiss and Viktor Glukhovskyy met up last Friday for the first time since Koumiss helped save Glukhovskyy from sudden cardiac arrest on Aug. 21. Viktor Glukhovskyy was a healthy 78-year-old Pleasanton resident who walked five miles a day with his wife. But after breakfast one day in late August, without warning, he fell unconscious, having suffered sudden cardiac arrest -- his heart had malfunctioned and stopped beating.

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  2. Pleasanton police recognize recently retired dispatcherRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Wednesday was Linda Reynolds' last day on the job. She was hired by the city of Pleasanton in 1982 as a police assistant, quickly advancing to the role of call taker.

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  3. Inaugural city extravaganza this week combines art and innovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | Pleasanton Weekly

    An exciting evening is in store for anyone who ventures near the Firehouse Arts Center this Saturday night as art meets innovation with IGNITE! The free city-sponsored extravaganza will kick off at 5 p.m. Oct. 14 with the exhilaration of the Eden Aoba Taiko Japanese Drum Group. "We've never done anything like this before -- we are very excited about it," community services manager Michele Crose said.

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  4. PPIE set for Night of the Stars galaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Pleasanton Weekly

    The Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation is hosting its 13th annual fall gala this Friday from 6-9 p.m. at the Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton. Dubbed Night of the Stars, this year's fundraiser will be an Academy Awards-style celebration featuring student films, according to organizers.

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  5. From Liuxia to Lydiksen: Pleasanton school welcomes visiting Chinese students, teachersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Lydiksen Elementary students watch a peer from Liuxia Primary School perform an aerobic dance routine during an assembly Thursday. Students and staff from the school in China visited this week for the second year in a row.

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  6. Tim Talk: A family-owned Pleasanton institution closes its doorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Mike and his partner, Rusty Hewitson, had owned and operated the pharmacy for more than 40 years -- Mike was involved for 39 years. They were familiar faces behind the pharmacy bench to thousands of Pleasanton residents for more than four decades.

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  7. BART to LivermoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Map shows where new BART rail would extend down I-580 to an Isabel station, along with associated bus route improvements to improve transit connectivity in Livermore. Whether from the routine backup at the I-580/I-680 interchange or the typically packed lanes during normal commute conditions , freeway congestion has become a fact of life for most in Pleasanton.

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  8. Head of the Class: Villasenor settling in at Valley ViewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | Pleasanton Weekly

    The daughter of an elementary school teacher, Villasenor aspired to become a politician as an undergrad majoring in history and political science at UCLA. Villasenor turned in her application to the principal at Highland Elementary School in Inglewood.

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  9. Announcing the 2017 Tri-Valley HeroesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | Pleasanton Weekly

    The Tri-Valley Heroes panel of judges have selected the recipients for the 2017 awards, which are bestowed on residents who are making contributions to better our communities and their residents. This is the sixth year the Pleasanton Weekly and DanvilleSanRamon.com have recognized local unsung heroes with the award program.

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  10. New exhibit explores Tri-Valley's part in World War IRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | Pleasanton Weekly

    The Museum on Main is marking the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into World War I with its newest exhibit, "Over There and Over Here: The Valley and the First World War." The offering explores how the country was pulled into the global conflict and how Pleasanton and the Amador-Livermore Valley responded to the nation's call.

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  11. Garden club pennies grow into treesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Livermore-Amador Valley Garden Club co-president Dolores Bengtson displays the Penny Pines collection box at this month's meeting, where it is passed for donations to plant new trees in California's national forests. One cent was the cost of a seedling in 1941 when garden clubs, service organizations and individuals began to collect pennies to make donations in increments of $68 for 6,800 new trees to be planted at a time over 10 acres.

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  12. Editorial: Process works -- let's move forward and move onRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | Pleasanton Weekly

    In 1982, a lawsuit was filed by a group called Citizens for Balanced Growth, seeking to halt construction of what is now Hacienda Business Park on the grounds the park would create a jobs-housing imbalance that was inconsistent with the Pleasanton General Plan. The effort was led by then-Mayor Ben Tarver and a former Pleasanton mayor, Bob Pearson.

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  13. Around Pleasanton: Trader Joe's opens expanded store in Rose PavilionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 28 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Trader Joe's employees, dressed in colorful Hawaiian clothes, greet customers at opening of new Trader Joe's grocery in the Rose Pavilion in Pleasanton. They placed leis on the scores of shoppers who filled the store at its 8 a.m. opening last Friday.

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  14. Streetside memorial honors late cyclistRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Pleasanton Weekly

    The city recently installed a plaque in remembrance of Gail Turner at the intersection where the 72-year-old Pleasanton cyclist was killed after a vehicle struck her as she rode across the street on June 23, 2016. Located in a rock feature just off the sidewalk on the northwest corner of where Stanley Boulevard crosses Valley/Bernal avenues, the plaque comes amid a variety of new bicycle and pedestrian safety enhancements at the intersection inspired by Turner's death.

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  15. Dandiya and Bollywood Night set for Oct. 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Dandiya and Bollywood Night, a fundraiser for music and enrichment programs in Pleasanton schools, is returning for its third year Oct. 7. For the third consecutive year, Partners in Community Development and Pleasanton Schools Educational Enrichment Foundation are co-hosting Dandiya and Bollywood Night, taking place next Saturday Oct. 7 from 5-10 p.m. at Pleasanton Middle School. Complete with dancing and musical performances, a shopping bazaar, food vendors and more, the event serves as a fundraiser for music and enrichment programs in Pleasanton schools.

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  16. Pair close in on running every street in PleasantonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Pleasanton residents Betty Taylor and Sarah Holtzclaw will have run every street in town upon completing their final leg Sunday morning. There are just over 200 miles of roadway in the city of Pleasanton everything from quiet residential cul-de-sacs to busy boulevards.

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  17. Two Democrats announce campaigns to unseat Assemblywoman BakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Assemblywoman Catharine Baker will be running for re-election for a third term representing Pleasanton and the rest of the 16th District. An attorney from Orinda and an Army veteran from Walnut Creek have recently announced that they plan to run against incumbent Catharine Baker to represent the Tri-Valley and the rest of District 16 in the State Assembly.

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  18. Banned Books Week arrives in PleasantonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Amador Valley High band members take part in a short video promoting Banned Books Week, which is from Sept. 24-30 this year.

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  19. Opera season opens with 'Don Pasquale'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 25 | Pleasanton Weekly

    Bass-baritone Peter Strummer plays the title role in "Don Pasquale," the popular comic opera -- "opera buffa" -- opening this week and set in the Wild West. This week Livermore Valley Opera opens its 26th season with Donizetti's comic opera "Don Pasquale" at the Bankhead Theater -- but this production is set in the American Wild West in the late 1800s.

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  20. School board to compare enrollment projections to actual turnoutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 22 | Pleasanton Weekly

    A comparison of enrollment projections to actual numbers, a bond-funded laptop purchase proposal and a report on the 2017 summer school program are among the items on the Pleasanton school board's agenda for its regular meeting Tuesday night. During a study session on current and future district facilities earlier this month, trustee Steve Maher and board vice president Mark Miller commented that it would be helpful for discussions moving forward to have a five-year comparison between the district demographer's 2011-12 report and actual enrollment figures.

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