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Cover Story
      Mountains, markets and new friends

Column
      Tim Talk: Buzzkill Labs progressing on technology to test impairment

News
      Sheriff's office mourning two employees who died after battling COVID-19
      Candidate lists start to shape up
      State of the City goes virtual
      Glazer calls for a second lockdown for most of California
      'We need you.' Female students recognized for STEM achievements
      Livermore winery replacing blend as part of #endSupremacy initiative
      Pleasanton HVAC company acquired by Georgia firm
      BART board told COVID-19 resurgence is hurting budget further
      Dublin Unified honors retiring staff members
      Face mask incident involving campaigners causes stir at farmers' market
      LVJUSD proclaims success for remote education during summer
      Amador student makes 3D-printed face shields
      News Digest: City Permit Center appointments, Miller not running & TV30 news interviews

Opinion
      Editorial: Experiment aimed at improving tone, dialogue on our Town Square forum
      Letters
      Election letters notice

Community Pulse
      Police Bulletin
      Police Report
      Streetwise

Arts & Entertainment
      Enjoy 'Virtual Gene' while Tao House is closed
      Take Us Along (home edition)
      Dublin: East Bay SPCA gets grant to help senior dogs
      MADD sponsoring painting event

Sports
      Pleasanton Preps: Youth sports leagues show resolve while searching for path forward
      Amador alum spearheads project focused on improving hockey players


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