Milestones (OPINION)

  • By Miles H Barber Publisher
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Common sense is such a wonderful commodity. It is what makes most organizations succeed. The lack thereof…causes them to fail. However, the application of common sense is a rarity, particularly at Santa Clara City Hall. Now, you can be sure that if common sense could be bought, this Council majority would spend millions to buy some. However, as suggested, the application thereof...

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Not Liking the News Doesn’t Make It Fake

  • By Thomas W. Newton
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There have been a lot of words published, posted and uttered about fake news and real news and whether Americans have the tools necessary to differentiate between the two. President Trump seems to simply label stories he doesn’t like and the institutions responsible for them as fake news. This last sentence is an opinion – neither fake nor real news – yet it seems many people would like to...

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Full Circle Farm Future Finally Coming into Focus

  • By Melissa McKenzie
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The fate of the former Full Circle Farm location on the Peterson Middle School campus is finally coming into focus. On Sept. 21, a second “Community Conversation” between Santa Clara Unified School District (SCUSD) and members of the community was held, and the district shared its plan for the future of the 11-acre site and surrounding area and, again, asked for input on partnerships,...

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Police Report

Police Report

  • Submitted by Santa Clara PD
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The Police Blotter highlights a partial list of incidents in the city and is distributed on a weekly basis. The Blotter provides the date, time, approximate location, a narrative summary of the incident, case number and the most serious arrest charge.  Meanwhile, the Arrest Log provides a timely, chronological summary of all of the arrests made by the Santa Clara Police Department. It...

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Looking Back

Looking Back

  • By The Editorial Board
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Week of October 4th Headlines 100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (October 5, 1917) Liberty Loan Drive is On: Loyal Santa Clarans Begin Patriotic Campaign for Big War Fund: Welfare of Our Nation is at Stake Film Feature to Aid Liberty Loan Drive More Local Boys to Leave for War Today University of Santa Clara Rugby Coach Drafted: Leaves for Camp Lewis Patriotic Meeting at...

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Santa Clara Around Town

Santa Clara This Week

  • By The Editorial Board
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Weekly Events Calendar Thursday, October 5 EquiFACTS- The Equifax Breach, Your Information, and You: Central Park Library—Margie Edinger Room. 7-8 p.m. Friday, October 6 Discounted Early Bird Tickets are now on sale through Oct. 31 for the annual Santa Clara Historic Home Tour Dec. 1-2 that benefits the Harris Lass Museum and other Santa Clara non-profits. For details:...

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Work Daze – Party Your Way to Career Success

  • By Bob Goldman
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It's just not fair! You expect to be supervised and criticized and terrorized when you're on the job. It's just not right for you to be supervised and criticized and terrorized when you're off the job. For example, when you're at an office party. Whether it's birthday party, a holiday party or just a team-building exercise detailing the CEO's Tesla, the requirement to enjoy these events...

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