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      Short Story Contest: Resilient minds
      Adults, first place: Jimmy and Claire
      Teens, first place: Shoes Rachel Roberts
      Tweens, first place: Angel
      Young adults, first place: Botany for Beginners

      Around Town
      With funding in place, Magical Bridge moves forward
      Park Boulevard accidents concern workers, residents
      County looks to revamp Palo Alto's expressways
      Setting aside time for discussing, 'dissolving' stereotypes
      Plan to widen El Camino Real sidewalks meets resistance
      Eshoo opens inquiry into Silicon Valley toxic cleanup
      Stanford wins approval for El Camino project
      Public Agenda

      Editorial: What's in a name?
      Off Deadline
      Letters to the editor

      Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2 and 1/2 stars)
      The Raid 2 (2 and 1/2 stars

Eating Out
      Around the world, one plate at a time

Community Pulse
      Police calls

Arts & Entertainment
      The art of science
      Worth a Look

      High School Athletes of the Week
      Net result is a trip to the Final Four
      On the Air
      Sports Shorts
      Stanford roundup: Lee wins swimming's top award
      Pinewood's state title just sets stage for 2015
      2014 Stanford Invitational Track & Field schedule

Living Well
      A passion for storytelling
      Senior Focus

Real Estate
      Sales at a glance
      Home Front for April 4:
      No cookie-cutter homes here
      Building permits
      Home sales

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