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Berkeley schools seek more teacher diversity

By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff
Monday June 04, 2001

That national teacher shortage hasn’t hit Berkeley as hard as some districts. -more-



Calendar of Events & Activities

Monday June 04, 2001


Monday, June 4

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Letters to the Editor

Monday June 04, 2001

Oil triumvirate in the big white house -more-



Cal crew claims 3rd straight IRA title

Daily Planet Wire Services
Monday June 04, 2001

The No. 1 ranked Cal men’s varsity eight won its third-consecutive IRA National Championship in Cherry Hill, NJ, on Saturday. Cal raced from the front all the way down the 2000-meter Cooper River racecourse to cross the line in 5 minutes and 34 seconds – three seconds faster than runner-up Princeton. The Bears capped another undefeated and secured Steve Gladstone a ninth IRA Championship. Cal’s JV eight and varsity four won IRA titles of their own and the freshman eight took bronze. It was the Bears 12th varsity IRA title moving Cal into a tie with Navy at No. 2 on the all-time list. -more-



Not so scary clown

Jon Mays/Daily Planet
Monday June 04, 2001

Muralist Juana Alicia paints a “scary clown” face on Mike Pratt, 5, at a Rosa Parks School ice cream social yesterday afternoon. Alicia, a parent of a Rosa Parks student, is a -more-



St. Mary’s boys finish third at state meet

By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff
Monday June 04, 2001

Guy finishes 3rd in hurdles race, relays falter; Warren, Duffy both win medals -more-



University Avenue 71-unit housing project approved

By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff
Monday June 04, 2001

The Zoning Adjustments Board approved a use permit for a proposed development of 71 residential units and 7,200 square feet of commercial space at 1392 University Ave. at Acton Street late last week. -more-



Little public input on disabled access plan

Staff
Monday June 04, 2001

By Matthew Lorenz -more-



Editorial

Bear bursts into rental store

The Associated Press
Saturday June 02, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO — A 200-pound black bear crashed through a glass door and was holed up in a Hertz rental store in Salinas for 4.5 hours Friday before police officers closed off the street, surrounded the building and tranquilized the animal. -more-


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News

Berkeley schools seek more teacher diversity By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 06-04-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities 06-04-2001

Letters to the Editor 06-04-2001

Cal crew claims 3rd straight IRA title Daily Planet Wire Services 06-04-2001

Not so scary clown Jon Mays/Daily Planet 06-04-2001

St. Mary’s boys finish third at state meet By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff 06-04-2001

University Avenue 71-unit housing project approved By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 06-04-2001

Little public input on disabled access plan Staff 06-04-2001

BUSD reacts to alleged racial slur By Ben Lumpkin Daily Planet staff 06-02-2001

Calendar of Events & Activities 06-02-2001

Letters to the Editor 06-02-2001

Arts & Entertainment Staff 06-02-2001

St. Mary’s Guy avoids disaster at state meet By Jared Green Daily Planet Staff 06-02-2001

Helping juveniles goal for League By Andrea Buffa Special to the Daily Planet 06-02-2001

City may add incentives for solar energy By John Geluardi Daily Planet staff 06-02-2001

Early north Berkeley house celebrated its natural surroundings By Susan Cerny Special to the Daily Planet 06-02-2001

BRIEFS Staff 06-02-2001

Man convicted of planting Fremont bombs The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Creator of ‘Dennis The Menace’ dies at 81 The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Southern California teacher dies of meningitis The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Activists talking energy to 250,000 this summer The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Gov. Davis announces agriculture program The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Firefighters prepare for wildfire to spread The Associated Press 06-02-2001

PG&E bankruptcy judge won’t challenge state The Associated Press 06-02-2001

U.S. cancer patient arrested buying painkillers in Mexico The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Environmentalists sue to help Sierra amphibians The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Young African AIDS activist dies at 12 The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Build an in-ground gardening bed By James and Morris Carey The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Markets rally may have been just right By Joyce Rosenberg The Associated Press 06-02-2001

Ford, DaimlerChrysler sales decline in May The Associated Press 06-02-2001

In saturated market, PC makers woo Hispanics The Associated Press 06-02-2001

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

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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