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Search continues for mountain lion that attacked child at Rancho San Antonio
Two days after a mountain lion grabbed a 6 year old girl at Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, the search for the attacking... Last comment 31 minutes ago | 10 comments

Community college district asks voters for new tax, bond funds to upgrade facilities, keep education accessible
Voters in the March 3 election will decide on financing measures G and H by the Foothill-De Anza Community College District.... Last comment 1 hour ago | 20 comments

$259M Measure T bond seeks to solve short-term school needs
Voters in the Mountain View Whisman School District are being asked to pass a new bond measure that would tackle the short-term... Last comment 14 minutes ago | 10 comments

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"Bubb Park Ginko Trees"
The Ginko are in full regalia this week. Taken from a small airborne camera attached to a radio controlled model aircraft. Submitted by Paul Sterbentz on Dec 4, 2010


'We have no evidence that the virus is circulating': No new coronavirus cases found in Santa Clara County
No new novel coronavirus cases have been reported in Santa Clara County and few new details about the virus are known publicly, county public health officials told a Board of Supervisors committee at a hearing Wednesday.
Thursday, 10:05 AM

City hosts 'Cool Block' training in local battle against climate change
The city of Mountain View is inviting residents interested in hyperlocal efforts to battle climate change and prepare for disasters to attend the "Cool Block" training session on Sunday, Feb. 23. Thursday, 9:33 AM

Oh, for Pete's sake! Supporters say vandals are sabotaging Pete Buttigieg campaign signs in Mountain View
With just weeks to go before the March primary in California, local supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg say their campaign signs are under siege.
Wednesday, 11:54 AM | 25 comments

Caltrain suspending weekend service into SF through March to do electrification work
Caltrain will temporarily suspend service into the heart of San Francisco on weekends through the end of March to accommodate construction work required to electrify the rail corridor by 2022.
Wednesday, 10:37 AM | 2 comments

A daughter's disability. A mother's ingenuity. And the playground that's launching a revolution.
Olenka Steciw Villarreal and Jill Hoffspiegel Asher, the forces behind Magical Bridge, see "all-abilities" playgrounds not as islands, but as clarion calls in a movement for valuing all members of a community equally. Wednesday, 8:54 AM | 1 comments

Rangers search for mountain lion that attacked child at Rancho San Antonio
Days after a mountain lion grabbed a 6-year-old girl at Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, rangers are still searching for the attacking animal. Tuesday, 12:49 PM | 10 comments

Dragged by the neck, woman escapes from man accused of trying to kidnap her
Police arrested a man who allegedly burst into a San Antonio neighborhood home Monday night and tried to drag a woman by the neck out to her car, according to a statement by the Mountain View Police Department. Tuesday, 12:37 PM | 5 comments

The Mountain View Voice's March 3 voter guide to local races

$259M Measure T bond seeks to solve short-term school needs

Guest opinion: Measures G and H are an investment in local higher education


February 14, 2020
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Short story writers wanted!

The 34th Annual Palo Alto Weekly Short Story Contest is now accepting entries for Adult, Young Adult and Teen categories. Send us your short story (2,500 words or less) and entry form by March 27, 2020. First, Second and Third Place prizes awarded in each category.

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