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Panthers looking for perfection

By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff
Friday June 01, 2001

Heading into the final track & field event of the season, the St. Mary’s Panthers are in better shape than ever before. But even with nearly every hopeful on the team qualified for the CIF State Championships this weekend at Hughes Stadium in Sacramento, the Panthers will need to achieve perfection to win a team title. -more-



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A compromise for the Beth El dilemma -more-



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Shakespeare in the park

By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff
Friday June 01, 2001

Students get taste of Elizabethan Era with ‘Summer’ play -more-



McKnight makes move south to fill Cal spot

Daily Planet Wire Services
Friday June 01, 2001

Kirsten McKnight, a veteran of the Pacific-10 Conference, has been named assistant women’s basketball coach at the University of California, head coach Caren Horstmeyer announced Thursday. -more-



Study details skate park’s chrome 6 cleanup

By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff
Friday June 01, 2001

The Parks and Waterfront Department released an environmental study Wednesday on the proposed Harrison Street Skate Park nearly seven months after discovery of a chrome 6 groundwater plume halted work on the project. -more-



Cal crew wins heat

Daily Planet Wire Services
Friday June 01, 2001

The Cal men’s varsity eight won its opening round heat at the IRA National Championship regatta on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J., on Thursday. The win advanced the Bears to the semifinal in the Varsity Challenge Cup. -more-



Time almost up for deciding courthouse fate

By Judith Scherr Daily Planet staff
Friday June 01, 2001

Options for building a new courthouse in Berkeley are practically nil, Deputy City Manager Phil Kamlarz said Thursday. -more-



‘Belt’ a strapping story of prostate cancer

By Sari Friedman Daily Planet correspondent
Friday June 01, 2001


Regulators ‘close to proving power manipulation’

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO — A year after California’s electricity price shocks began, regulators say they are close to proving how power wholesalers aggravated a crisis that so far has raised customer rates by $5.7 billion, saddled two utilities with $8.2 billion in losses and dumped a $13 billion bailout bill on taxpayers. -more-



Features

NASA finds lots of asteroids have twins or moons

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

Groups offer feds deal for endangered species

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

LOS ANGELES — Environmental groups are offering a deal they hope federal officials can’t refuse: Some relief from lawsuits in exchange for quickly getting species declared endangered. -more-


Sierra fire close to containment; costs in millions

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

SUSANVILLE — Nearly 2,000 firefighters and support personnel battling a forest fire that threatened homes and forced evacuations in the Sierra Nevada expected to have the 4,300-acre blaze fully contained by Friday. -more-


Toilet bubbles could mean clog in sewer line

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

Q: I have a plumbing problem wherein the toilet appears to bubble up water and the bowl completely fills with water upon flushing. It requires about 30 minutes for the water to drain out. When it does, it almost completely drains out. I have tried using a plunger, but to no avail. -more-


Census shows California aging well

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO — A steady influx of young immigrant families, coupled with an exodus of older, wealthier residents, has helped California resist the graying seen across America during the last decade. -more-


Higher AIDS infection rates among young

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

ATLANTA — Social worker Anthony McWilliams says he sees it every day – a new generation of gays and bisexuals numb from years of endless AIDS statistics and warnings about the epidemic. -more-


BRIEFS

Friday June 01, 2001

Business leaks 300 to 400 gallons of ammonia -more-


Fee move by eBay likely to be followed

Staff
Friday June 01, 2001

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Editorial

Circuit Court blocks timber sales

The Associated Press
Friday June 01, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO — In a blow to the logging industry, a federal appeals panel blocked the harvest of thousands of acres of old-growth forest in southwestern Oregon, ruling Thursday the federal government did not adequately address the plight of protected salmon. -more-


Back Stories

Opinion

Editorials

Circuit Court blocks timber sales 06-01-2001

Lafayette deals with meningitis case scare 05-30-2001

Californians revert to clotheslines, fans 05-29-2001

New memorial commemorates Hispanic Medal of Honor winners 05-28-2001

UC scientists work on buildings with brains 05-26-2001

News

Panthers looking for perfection By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff 06-01-2001

Staff 06-01-2001

06-01-2001

06-01-2001

Shakespeare in the park By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 06-01-2001

McKnight makes move south to fill Cal spot Daily Planet Wire Services 06-01-2001

Study details skate park’s chrome 6 cleanup By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 06-01-2001

Cal crew wins heat Daily Planet Wire Services 06-01-2001

Time almost up for deciding courthouse fate By Judith Scherr Daily Planet staff 06-01-2001

‘Belt’ a strapping story of prostate cancer By Sari Friedman Daily Planet correspondent 06-01-2001

Regulators ‘close to proving power manipulation’ The Associated Press 06-01-2001

NASA finds lots of asteroids have twins or moons The Associated Press 06-01-2001

Groups offer feds deal for endangered species The Associated Press 06-01-2001

Sierra fire close to containment; costs in millions The Associated Press 06-01-2001

Toilet bubbles could mean clog in sewer line The Associated Press 06-01-2001

Census shows California aging well The Associated Press 06-01-2001

Higher AIDS infection rates among young The Associated Press 06-01-2001

BRIEFS 06-01-2001

Fee move by eBay likely to be followed Staff 06-01-2001

Spring practice brings new faces to BHS football By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff 05-31-2001

05-31-2001

Remembering Justice Clinton White By John Burris 05-31-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities — compiled by Sabrina Forkish 05-31-2001

Heat sparks early fire season By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 05-31-2001

05-31-2001

People’s address brings out 200 By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 05-31-2001

School board trip to L.A. left public out of loop By Judith Scherr Daily Planet staff 05-31-2001

MarketWatch.com lays off workers The Associated Press 05-31-2001

District selects new superintendent By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 05-30-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities 05-30-2001

Letters to the Editor 05-30-2001

‘Brain’ opera well performed, but undistinguished By John Angell Grant Daily Planet correspondent 05-30-2001

Hotel earns landmark nomination By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 05-30-2001

Congressional members say price caps are energy solution By Matthew Lorenz Special to the Daily Planet 05-30-2001

Acton Street resident wins cash for trash contest Daily Planet services 05-30-2001

Students march at Oakland medical waste facility Bay City News 05-30-2001

Gay psychiatrist will pay back Air Force The Associated Press 05-30-2001

White abalone added to endangered species list The Associated Press 05-30-2001

Appeals court declines to order energy price caps The Associated Press 05-30-2001

Bill sets deadline for water standard The Associated Press 05-30-2001

Fires build fears of long, hot summer The Associated Press 05-30-2001

Intel, HP launch next-generation processor The Associated Press 05-30-2001

Lucent fails to reach merger accord The Associated Press 05-30-2001

MARKET ROUNDUP The Associated Press 05-30-2001

Berkeley High principal keeps cool, despite job’s high stress By Ben LumpkinBerkeley Daily planet 05-29-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities 05-29-2001

Letter to the Editor 05-29-2001

Arts & Entertainment Staff 05-29-2001

BAHA salutes restored buildings By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 05-29-2001

Peralta Board names new Vista head By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 05-29-2001

Celebrating a century Jennifer Dix, correspondent 05-29-2001

Early fire season means preparation Daily Planet staff reports 05-29-2001

‘P’ is for peril, Peters, ‘Prey’ and pseudonym By Ron Berthel Associated Press Writer 05-29-2001

PeopleSoft avoids the tech wreck, accelerates expansion By Michael Liedtke AP Business Writer 05-29-2001

Berkeley street vendors shift with summer By Diwata Conte Special to the Daily Planet 05-28-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities 05-28-2001

Letters to the Editor 05-28-2001

St. Mary’s boys dominate NCS championship By Jared GreenDaily Planet Staff 05-28-2001

Dance of India Jon Mays/Daily Planet 05-28-2001

VCU bests Cal again, boots Bears out of NCAA regional By Ralph Gaston Daily Planet Correspondent 05-28-2001

Codornices Creek ready for makeover By Jonathan Kiefer Special to the Daily Planet 05-28-2001

Cal softball falls in semifinal Daily Planet Wire Services 05-28-2001

Bay briefs Staff 05-28-2001

Eternal flames honoring soldiers burn on despite cost The Associated Press 05-28-2001

High risks for Bush in first return to California By Scott Lindlaw Associated Press Writer 05-28-2001

Bay Area artists battle over giant bra balls By Margie Mason Associated Press Writer 05-28-2001

Tourism officials say power crisis dims summer prospects By Seth Hettena Associated Press Writer 05-28-2001

Attorney general says power contracts should be made public By Gary Gentile Associated Press Writer 05-28-2001

First ever People’s State of the City address By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 05-26-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities 05-26-2001

Letters to the Editor 05-26-2001

Arts & Entertainment 05-26-2001

Bears leave a runners on base in loss to VCU By Ralph Gaston Daily Planet Correspondent 05-26-2001

Arsenic-treated wood elicits response By Judith Scherr Daily Planet staff 05-26-2001

Panthers drop a heartbreaker at NCS By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff 05-26-2001

After-school program only one in three By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 05-26-2001

A hidden gem is restored By Susan Cerny 05-26-2001

Drug bust nets record amount of heroin Bay City News Service 05-26-2001

Pacific Bell data network outage disconnects Internet lines, ATMs The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Principal vetoes students’ choice for graduation speaker The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Enrollment of minorities up, acceptance down The Associated Press 05-26-2001

L.A. mayoral candidates raise more than $3 million for runoff The Associated Press 05-26-2001

California may be running out of room The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Attorneys in SLA case being ‘distracted’ The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Assembly OKs $102 billion budget draft The Associated Press 05-26-2001

State asks federal regulators for more price controls The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Bush and Davis pledge respect in first meeting The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Governor approval rating down The Associated Press 05-26-2001

After 50 years, family learns fate of missing flier The Associated Press 05-26-2001

House, Senate reach tax package consent The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Vieques Island protesters jailed for trespassing The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Border deaths the result of economics vs. enforcement The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Don’t be hasty in adding housing to the list of woes By John Cunniff The Associated Press 05-26-2001

EBay, Half.com to combine features The Associated Press 05-26-2001

With gas prices on the rise, green cars enjoying spotlight The Associated Press 05-26-2001

Friendly favor becomes gold mine The Associated Press 05-26-2001