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News

Q&A with Anne Wojcicki: 23andMe founder, local resident discusses Los Altos investments

Q&A with Anne Wojcicki: 23andMe founder, local resident discusses Los Altos investments


Anne Wojcicki

For the past several years, Anne Wojcicki (Wo-JIT-skee) has been quietly involved in efforts to spruce up downtown Los Altos. She and her husband, Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin, helped form Passerelle Investment Co., which own...

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Schools

Foothill fall registration opens Monday

Local residents interested in earning a specialized career certificate, associate degree or updated job skills can enroll beginning Monday when Foothill College opens fall registration.

In addition to its continuing-education courses, the college pr...

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Community

Horse show this Sunday in Los Altos Hills

The Los Altos Hills Horseman’s Association will be hosting a summer schooling show this coming 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday (July 27) at the Los Altos Hills Town Arena on Purissima Road.  Equestrians and spectators are welcome. Activities include jum...

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Sports

Stewart accepts job as baseball coach at Los Altos High

Stewart accepts job as baseball coach at Los Altos High


Los Altos High administrators offered Gabe Stewart the job of head baseball coach at Los Altos High even before he could apply for it.

“They approached me – they wanted an on-campus coach,” said Stewart, an AP History teacher at ...

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Comment

A good start – now follow through: Editorial

The recent announcement of a five-year agreement between the Los Altos School District and Bullis Charter School is welcome relief for the entire community. After years of dispute and litigation, the pact is nothing short of a minor miracle.

Among t...

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Business

In the business of fostering business

In the business of fostering business


took over as Los Altos’ new economic development coordinator in May after spending the past two years working as city assistant planner. Ellie Van Houtte/ Town Crier

Sierra Davis is wearing a slightly different hat these days as a Los Altos cit...

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Books

"Frozen in Time" chronicles harrowing WWII rescue attempts


Many readers can’t resist a true-life adventure story, especially those that shine a spotlight on people who exhibit supreme courage in the face of adversity and end up surviving – or not – against the odds.

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People

GORDON E. BRANDT

GORDON E. BRANDT

In May of 2014, Gordon E. Brandt passed away after a one and one half year battle with Lymphoma. He died peacefully at home, surrounded by his family.

Gordon was born in Los Angeles, CA on July 13, 1930. He graduated from Fremont High School in 19...

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Travel

British Columbia: Richmond, Steveston, Victoria hold surprises

British Columbia: Richmond, Steveston, Victoria hold surprises


Courtesy of Tourism Richmond
Shops, restaurants and museums dot the boardwalk in British Columbia’s Steveston, a great site for strolling.

Picturesque British Columbia has long been on our bucket list, and we recently fulfilled that dream.

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Stepping Out

LA Youth Theatre, LA Stage Company join forces for 'Oz'

LA Youth Theatre, LA Stage Company join forces for 'Oz'


Joyce Goldschmid/Special to the Town Crier
The cast of “The Wizard of Oz” includes, clockwise from top left, Dana Levy (as Tinman), Rebecca Krieger (Cowardly Lion), Sarah Traina (Scarecrow) and Osher Fein (Dorothy).

Los Altos Youth Theatre and L...

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Spiritual Life

Stanford students study religion through campus artifacts

The inscriptions inside Memorial Church, the death mask of Jane Stanford and the nod to the Egyptian ankh symbol formed by Palm Drive and the Stanford Oval all have one thing in common: Each was a topic of discussion for the students enrolled in a un...

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Magazine

Festival features fun for everyone

Festival features fun for everyone


TOWN CRIER FILE PHOTO
The Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival boasts more than 375 craft and arts booths.

This weekend’s 35th annual Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival promises to be jam-packed with fun activities for just about everyone. The eve...

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Transactions

Los Altos

814 Covington Road, Demartini Trust to C. Goh for $1,500,000

240 Delphi Court, Sievers Trust to N. Kothari for $2,328,000

1691 Holt Avenue, Miller Trust to C. & R. Alexander for $1,665,000

Los Altos Hills

14415 Miranda Court, Goldsobel Trust to Ahrens Trust for $5,100,000

Mountain View

201 Ada Avenue #33, C. & D. Castillo to R. Cablayan for $624,000

3568 Amherst Court, J. Wise to L. Liu for $1,680,000

1224 Arbor Court, K. Porter to J. Wilson for $1,580,000

1440 Brookdale Avenue, Gonzales Trust to D. Gangal for $1,410,000

938 Clark Avenue #48, D. Thomas to E. Lundberg for $672,000

99 E. Middlefield Road #28, E. Mezias to D. Shokarev for $515,000

344 Fay Way, A. Patil to Bove Trust for $1,030,000

121 Flynn Avenue #C, V. Nguyen to S. Gray for $452,500

753 Independence Avenue, A. & M. Galeno to C. & L. Hicken for $765,000

536 McCarty Avenue, Yee Trust to Safari Ventures for $1,008,500

1945 Mt. Vernon Court #4, Hetherington & Lee Trust to S. Yu for $580,000

125 Ortega Avenue, Q. Bian to D. Tauber for $757,500

157 Ortega Avenue, Wong Trust to D. Kuperman for $910,000

131 Pacchetti Way, D. Rees to D. Hsia for $920,000

303 Preston Drive, Freitas Trust to Flinchum Trust for $1,700,000

285 Stierlin Road, T. Roomi to Balakrishnan Trust for $1,500,000

2027 Tripiano Court, Korstad Trust to X. Launay for $2,400,000

300 Whisman Station Drive, A. & Y. Barsov to C. Luong for $930,000

Cupertino

20710 Dunbar Drive, Kwan Trust to S. Go for $2,200,000

21946 Hyannisport Drive, Palmiotto Trust to R. Li for $1,600,000

10553 S. Blaney Avenue, Gorges Trust to X. Li for $1,300,000

21099 White Fir Court, A. Boehner to N. Tam for $760,000

Overall

Los Altos

Total sales: 3

Highest sale: $2,328,000

Lowest sale: $1,500,000

Average sale: $1,831,000

Los Altos Hills

Total sales: 1

Highest sale: $5,100,000

Lowest sale: $5,100,000

Average sale: $5,100,000

Mountain View

Total sales: 18

Highest sale: $2,400,000

Lowest sale: $452,500

Average sale: $1,079,694

Cupertino

Total sales: 4

Highest sale: $2,200,000

Lowest sale: $760,000

Average sale: $1,465,000

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