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Cover Story
      The social distancing summer

Column
      Tim Talk: Rethinking racism and white privilege

News
      County health delays reopening timeline indefinitely amid COVID-19 case uptick
      Preparing for wildfire season
      PUSD to rely on state deferrals
      City Council rejects 77-acre At Dublin development proposal
      Pleasanton school board gets more clarity on reopening plans
      Livermore Farmers' Market selects new manager, slated to reopen next week
      Livermore Lab expanding current facility with supercomputer updates
      San Ramon student creates winning design for proposed license plate
      LPC prepares for hybrid learning next semester
      Report finds Zone 7 drinking water exceeded standards in 2019
      MTC allocates $46.8M for Valley Link project
      No-cost meal service at PUSD during summer break
      LVJUSD schedules candidate workshop
      Glazer calls for more protections for those vulnerable to COVID-19
      Tri-Valley Haven's Juneteenth display
      News Digest: Latest DUSD decisions, 4th of July picnic canceled & DMV location shift

Opinion
      Editorial: No trust in trustees, no unity in Dublin Unified
      Letters

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report
      Streetwise

Arts & Entertainment
      Fair holds 2020 competitions -- online
      'Dreamcatcher' event to showcase local talent
      Museum cancels remaining talks for 2020
      Young Tri-Valley writers recognized
      Scout makes face shields for front line workers
      Eagle Scout Anthony Mitine

Sports
      Pleasanton Preps: Amador alum Partridge accepts assistant coach post at Ferris State
      2020 Summer Games (at home) for Tri-Valley Special Olympics athletes
      Horse racing weekend at Pleasanton track

Real Estate
      Home Sales
      Sales at a Glance


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