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      Immigrant valley
      Would-be entrepreneurs turn to lawyers for help

      Around Town
      Voting begins for the Best of Palo Alto
      Palo Alto raises concerns about Caltrain electrification
      Parents, doctors urge board to stock EpiPens in schools
      City looks to stem problems caused when people feed wildlife
      Facing uncertainty, Palo Alto officials seek master plan for Fry's site
      Holiday Fund awards $400K in grants
      Palo Alto lawyer takes aim at California's 'broken' education-funding system
      New push for music program in East Palo Alto schools
      Boy Scout advocates for street safety
      City aims to boost programs for teens
      Public Agenda
      Years after divisive vote, city proposes sharp shift on composting

      Editorial: Toward a long overdue business registry
      Letter to the editor
      Guest Opinion

      The Other Woman
      Particle Fever

Eating Out
      The unlikely cowgirl

Community Pulse
      Police calls

Arts & Entertainment
      Pioneering portraits
      Worth A Look

      High School Athletes of the Week
      2013-14 Girls' winter all-league teams
      On the Air
      Sports Shorts
      Cardinal men take their best shot at Pac-12 title
      Prep roundup: Palo Alto golfers wrap up another perfect season
      Cal series could provide running start

Real Estate
      Sales at a glance
      Home Front for April 25:
      Real Estate Matters
      Home sales
      A rare glimpse of history

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