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LAH council, residents reach  cost-sharing internet agreement

LAH council, residents reach cost-sharing internet agreement


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Deputy John Prado met members of the Los Altos Hills City Council last week. Prado, a motorcycle officer, is assigned to traffic enforcement in town.

Julietta Lane’s getting the hook-up, parts of Mora Drive are ent...

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Schools

LAEF announces $3.7 million goal

The Los Altos Educational Foundation, a nonprofit organization led by a board of parent volunteers, is targeting a fundraising goal of $3.7 million for the 2016-2017 school year.

For more than 30 years, LAEF has raised funds from parents and the com...

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Community

 Foothill-De Anza chancellor highlights innovative programs in Rotary Club talk

Foothill-De Anza chancellor highlights innovative programs in Rotary Club talk


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Judy Miner addresses the Rotary Club of Los Altos at its Aug. 4 meeting.

Despite state funding cuts, Chancellor Judy C. Miner of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District remains positive about the colle...

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Sports

Eagles get defensive

Eagles get defensive


Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Los Altos quarterback Cooper Cornell, above, hands the ball off to fullback Nick Pontius, who also starts at defensive tackle.

Football coaches can’t help but be optimistic this time of year – every team is st...

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Letters to the Editor

Remove coyotes from Los Altos

Coyotes are dangerous apex predators that are killing many cats (at least 10 in the past year) and will move on to attacking dogs and people.

Nationally, a number of people have been attacked recently, including four b...

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Special Sections

Got a wedding singer? Musicians and engaged couples work in tandem to orchestrate perfect night

Got a wedding singer? Musicians and engaged couples work in tandem to orchestrate perfect night


Courtesy of Dick Bright
Dick Bright, a veteran Bay Area musician, manages local bands such as the Dick Bright Orchestra, Club 90 and Encore. His bands ramp up the energy at weddings.

A wedding soundtrack draws nearly everyone to the dance floor....

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Business

LAH startup aims to make startups happy

LAH startup aims to make startups happy


Whether it’s a nail salon or a car mechanic on the premises, many startups are finding creative ways to keep employees happy. Coders have come to expect services at the office, but CEOs – and overstressed human resource officers –...

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People

EDITH B. LACHENBRUCH

EDITH B. LACHENBRUCH

Nov. 4, 1927- Aug. 7, 2016

Edith B. Lachenbruch died on Sunday, August 7th surrounded by family in her Corvallis, Oregon home. She lived an engaged and thoughtful life. Those who knew her will take comfort thinking of the almost 89 years that she ...

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News

LAH council, residents reach cost-sharing internet agreement

LAH council, residents reach  cost-sharing internet agreement

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Deputy John Prado met members of the Los Altos Hills City Council last week. Prado, a motorcycle officer, is assigned to traffic enforcement in town.

Julietta Lane’s getting the hook-up, parts of Mora Drive are entering the fold and the town’s welcoming a ne...

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Business

LAH startup aims to make startups happy

LAH startup aims to make startups happy

Whether it’s a nail salon or a car mechanic on the premises, many startups are finding creative ways to keep employees happy. Coders have come to expect services at the office, but CEOs – and overstressed human resource officers – can’t always keep up with workers’ de...

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Sports

Eagles get defensive

Eagles get defensive

Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Los Altos quarterback Cooper Cornell, above, hands the ball off to fullback Nick Pontius, who also starts at defensive tackle.

Football coaches can’t help but be optimistic this time of year – every team is still undefeated. Los Altos High coach Trevor Pruitt...

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Community

Foothill-De Anza chancellor highlights innovative programs in Rotary Club talk

 Foothill-De Anza chancellor highlights innovative programs in Rotary Club talk

Steve Pomeroy/Rotary Club of Los Altos
Judy Miner addresses the Rotary Club of Los Altos at its Aug. 4 meeting.

Despite state funding cuts, Chancellor Judy C. Miner of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District remains positive about the colleges’ innovative educational programs.

Miner...

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Comment

Letters to the Editor

Remove coyotes from Los Altos

Coyotes are dangerous apex predators that are killing many cats (at least 10 in the past year) and will move on to attacking dogs and people.

Nationally, a number of people have been attacked recently, including four by rabid coyotes. There are serious problems in Los...

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Spiritual Life

'World-embracing vision' requires a shift in thinking

 

More than 120 years ago, the prophet founder of the Baha’i faith wrote, “It is not for him to pride himself who loveth his own country, but rather for him who loveth the whole world. The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens.”

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People

EDITH B. LACHENBRUCH

EDITH B. LACHENBRUCH

Nov. 4, 1927- Aug. 7, 2016

Edith B. Lachenbruch died on Sunday, August 7th surrounded by family in her Corvallis, Oregon home. She lived an engaged and thoughtful life. Those who knew her will take comfort thinking of the almost 89 years that she was able to be here as a living, helping, mindful,...

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Schools

LAEF announces $3.7 million goal

The Los Altos Educational Foundation, a nonprofit organization led by a board of parent volunteers, is targeting a fundraising goal of $3.7 million for the 2016-2017 school year.

For more than 30 years, LAEF has raised funds from parents and the community to provide enrichment programs and smaller ...

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Special Sections

Got a wedding singer? Musicians and engaged couples work in tandem to orchestrate perfect night

Got a wedding singer? Musicians and engaged couples work in tandem to orchestrate perfect night

Courtesy of Dick Bright
Dick Bright, a veteran Bay Area musician, manages local bands such as the Dick Bright Orchestra, Club 90 and Encore. His bands ramp up the energy at weddings.

A wedding soundtrack draws nearly everyone to the dance floor. As the band plays a Beatles tune followed by Brun...

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Stepping Out

TheatreWorks gets 'Party' started in Mtn. View

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is scheduled to give American audiences their first look at the London hit “The Life of the Party,” a celebration of songs by Andrew Lippa.

The musical is slated to run today through Sept. 18 at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St.

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Obituaries

EDITH B. LACHENBRUCH

EDITH B. LACHENBRUCH

Nov. 4, 1927- Aug. 7, 2016

Edith B. Lachenbruch died on Sunday, August 7th surrounded by family in her Corvallis, Oregon home. She lived an engaged and thoughtful life. Those who knew her will take comfort thinking of the almost 89 years that she was able to be here as a living, helping, mindful,...

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Magazine

Festival offers fun for just about everyone

Festival offers fun for just about everyone

TOWN CRIER FILE PHOTO
The 37th annual Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival expects to draw thousands of people to the downtown village over the weekend. The festival features arts, crafts, food, wine, beer and children’s activities.

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All-League Honors

Los AltosGIRLS SOCCERSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - De AnzaCo-most valuable player: Ronnie FairMost valuable forward: Kasey ClarkFirst team: Allison Loomis, Katherine Dunwoodie, Lauren Miller, Anne RippetoeSecond team: Cyndee Williams, Devon Miller

BOYS SOCCERSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - El CaminoMost valuable defender: Justin UsherFirst team: Mike Dayem, Jonathan Kaye, Greg Mitchell, Brian RutkinSecond team: Matt Accola, Stephen Gardner

WRESTLINGSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - De AnzaVictor Ambruso, Arne Anderson, Dan Bradley, Ted Cabaniss, Steve Chu, Ryan Duval, Willie Howard, Amir Noble, Gunars Turaids, Matt Young, Neal Yung

GIRLS BASKETBALLSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - El CaminoHonorable mention: Kristan Kovach

BOYS BASKETBALLSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - De AnzaFirst team: Terence LeeSecond team: Eduardo Miranda

Mountain ViewGIRLS SOCCERSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - De AnzaMost valuable goalkeeper: Jessica MorganFirst team: Stephanie Pike, Carlie WareSecond team: Allie Pitts, Jamie Mikkelsen

BOYS SOCCERSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - El CaminoMost valuable goalkeeper: Nick RossMost valuable offensive player: C.J. AndersonFirst team: Todd Robertson, Boyd Richard, John Maynard, Jon Zalisk, Eric RenaghanSecond team: Scott Ross, Galen Donaldson, Chad Newton

GIRLS BASKETBALLSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - El CaminoFirst team: Jennifer SantosSecond team: Cynthia SamHonorable mention: Denise Rees

BOYS BASKETBALLSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - El CaminoFirst team: Paul DavisSecond team: John Bull

Foothill CollegeWOMEN¹S BASKETBALLCoast Conference - SouthMost valuable player: Rae-Anne YipFirst team: Jackie Maristela, Kim Garcia

PinewoodGIRLS SOCCERPrivate Schools Athletic LeagueFirst team: Jill ShapiroSecond team: Isabella EscuderoHonorable mention: Kapri Merrill

GIRLS BASKETBALLPrivate Schools Athletic LeagueCo-most valuable players: Lauren Smith-Hams, Kacey Scheppler

BOYS BASKETBALLPrivate Schools Athletic LeagueMost valuable player: Court GardnerFirst team: Jeff SchramSecond team: Adam BinghamHonorable mention: Nouhad Husseini, Lund Smith

St. FrancisGIRLS SOCCERSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - De AnzaMost valuable midfielder: Jennifer MedinaSophomore of the year: Anna KrausSenior of the year: Lindsay TurnerFirst team: Katrina Dafnis, Julie Alderete, Robin RemmelSecond team: Hita Hassani-Azad, Lea Joaquin

BOYS SOCCERWest Catholic Athletic LeagueFirst team: Todd BarneySecond team: Alberto Cabanas, John Martin, Tom Gonzalez

GIRLS BASKETBALLSanta Clara Valley Athletic League - De AnzaFirst team: Cortney KeeganSecond team: Charlie Reyerson, Heather Goeddel-Kelly

BOYS BASKETBALLWest Catholic Athletic LeagueSecond team: Senque Carey, J.D. SimpsonThird team: Charles Tharp

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