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Cierra Bailey

Editor, Livermore Vine

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About Cierra
Cierra started her journalism career after college as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
Stories by Cierra
Big swim meet in Pleasanton ends today
About 500 swimmers and their families and friends are in Pleasanton today, closing a two-day swim meet hosted by the Pleasanton Seahawks at the Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center.
[Wednesday, March 11, 2015]

Pleasanton panel explores building overnight tourism
A panel discussion held last week in Pleasanton presented a look into how the city and the other Tri-Valley communities can better attract overnight tourism and extended visitor stays in the area.
[Friday, February 27, 2015]

Four decades of cutting with care
Pleasanton barbershop owner Cosmo Panetta is celebrating more than 40 years in the business of making men, women, and children look and feel good with his clippers and kindness.
[Friday, February 20, 2015]

Campana music festival returns to Amador Valley High campus today
The 40th annual Campana Jazz Festival is set for today at Amador Valley High School. The day-long event is named in honor of the late Jim Campana, AVHS music director from 1959-79.
[Thursday, February 5, 2015]

Tri-Valley native, double-lung transplant recipient to appear in Rose Parade today
Clare Dowling, a Tri-Valley native and dual-lung transplant recipient, is set to appear in the 126th annual Rose Parade this morning in Pasadena, standing as a symbol of the lives that can be saved by organ donation.
[Wednesday, December 24, 2014]

Congregation Beth Emek hosting nutritional forum on diet, health tonight
Pleasanton's Congregation Beth Emek will host an informational forum at 7:30 p.m. tonight during which author and nutrition expert Dr. Robert Lustig will discuss how the American diet impacts health.
[Saturday, December 13, 2014]

Double Racing Festival returns to Pleasanton Sunday
The third annual Pleasanton Double Racing Festival is set for this Sunday, with the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education (PPIE) Foundation listed as the race beneficiary.
[Tuesday, December 16, 2014]

Tri-Valley Hero: Fashion philanthropy
Alamo teen Riley Glasson helps provide a sense of confidence and optimism for her peers through the organization she manages called 1Closet, which collects and donates gently used and new clothing to teenagers in need.
[Sunday, November 16, 2014]

Tri-Valley Hero: Growing and giving
Providing a sense of unity, a learning experience and service to the community are all components to be found at the core of The Bounty Garden created by mother-daughter duo Heidi and Amelia Abramson.
[Monday, November 24, 2014]

A feline's playground in Pleasanton
Pleasanton teen Nagisa Smalheiser tied her love for animals and crafting skills together to build a new feline attraction for a hometown no-kill shelter.
[Sunday, October 26, 2014]