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The Independent

August 14, 2018

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Rail Authority Moving Quickly

The Tri-Valley – San Joaquin Valley Regional Rail Authority voted recently to adopt a preferred alternative to deliver new rail service connecting ACE to BART.

Climate Wars

Please! Enough of the back slapping and self congratulations among LLNL Department Heads and newspaper columnists. It's time for alternatives truth. Climate change is real, but we are not being told the greater truths about all that's really going on. We are engaged in climate wars with our own government as well as other governments at the G-7 Level.

  • icon Posted: August 09

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Where Are All Those Californians Going?

Laura and Rochelle both lived in Livermore -- less than six miles from each other – for almost 15 years, but they didn’t meet until a few months ago after both of them had moved to nearby small towns in Idaho.

  • icon Posted: August 09

Free Pine & Oak Wood

Free Pine & Oak Wood

  • icon Posted: August 09

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Livermore Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group

Livermore Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group meets every fourth Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. in the third floor movie room at Heritage Estates Retirement Community. The address is 900 E. Stanley Blvd., Livermore All are welcome. Contact is Lee Parlett 292-9280.

  • icon Updated: August 12

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Senior Care Authority

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS

  • icon Posted: August 09

More From Legals

Thursday 07/05/2018
Strong Legacy

Dale Eldrige Kaye will retire as CEO of Innovation Tri-Valley (ITV) Leadership Group, an organization she helped to create.

Posted: July 05, 2018
Thursday 06/28/2018
Valuable Programs From Livermore Lab Foundation

The Livermore Lab Foundation has started high-value programs at Lawrence Livermore National laboratory this summer, creating opportunities for capable students from underserved populations, as well as from Livermore schools, to experience the world of science. These include undergraduate students from Florida A&M, an historically black university; from Cal State-East Bay, said to be the most diverse university campus in America; and from high schools in Livermore. While they are at the lab, the students will acquire knowledge and skills, including communications skills, that can serve them and the society they live in for years to come.

Posted: June 28, 2018
Thursday 06/21/2018
Flood Basin Revise

We were pleased to hear that Zone 7 Water Agency will revise its plans to build a flood retention basin along the Arroyo Mocho near Medeiros Parkway in Livermore.

Posted: June 21, 2018
Thursday 06/14/2018
Rodeo Foundation

Over the weekend, the Livermore Stockmen's Rodeo Association celebrated 100 years of rodeo.

Posted: June 14, 2018
Thursday 06/07/2018
Work Together

Churches have long been viewed as places of sanctuary, welcoming to all. However, the Catholic Community of Pleasanton (CCOP) appears to be sending a message that only English speakers are welcome.

Posted: June 07, 2018
Thursday 05/31/2018
Food Collection

Tri-Valley cities are currently seeking businesses to host collection bins for Feed Tri-Valley. The program aims at gathering food and gift card donations to help local programs, such as Open Heart Kitchen, Tri-Valley Haven, Interfaith Sharing, and Valley Bible Church. They provide meals for those in need.

Posted: May 31, 2018

Family Raises Money for Victims of Carr Fire

Pictured are (from left) Kaitlin Hendricks, Lily Yendrey, Lainey Hendricks, Emma Yendrey, and Sara Yendrey (mom). Ema and Lilys dad, Joseph Yendrey, is a San Jose Fire Battalion Chief at the Carr Fire. He has been there since August 4. The gi…