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Pleasant Hill: Scouts collect nonperishable items for local food bank
Sam Richards/StaffScouting for FoodMembers of Boy Scout Troop 282, including Dylan Lopez, Siddhartha Arora and Jarod Bogatinoff, of Pleasant Hill, were going door-to-door last weekend and picking up nonperishable items for local food banks as part of the national Scouting for Food campaign.
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Clayton Valley BowlMen's high game/series: Alex Rodriguez,279/815; Gary Kaufmann, 279/803; Jonathan Adams, 290/777; Mike Lewis, 288/775; Joel Young, 258/714; Ron France, 279/712; Kurt Riesinger, 289/705; Matt Piccolotti, 245/699; Don Winstead, 256/697; Jim Cala, 254/692; Paul Thompson, 245/691;
Pleasant Hill/Martinez Around The Horn: The Diablo Valley College football team drops OT thriller to Sacramento in East Bay Bowl
Vikings falter in East Bay Bowl The Diablo Valley College football team ended its season with a heartbreaking overtime loss to Sacramento in the East Bay Bowl on Nov.
Alhambra High boys cross country team takes seventh in the Division III race at the North Coast Section championships
Dan Honda/StaffBulldogs earn top 10 finish at NCS finaleSean Walker, pictured center, helped the Alhambra High boys cross country team take seventh place as a team in the Division III race at the North Coast Section championships at Hayward High on Nov.
DigestHoliday boutiques Rodgers Ranch Holiday Boutique 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 6-7, 315 Cortsen Road, Pleasant Hill. Unique, homemade gifts, Frosty the Snowman on Saturday.
Good Neighbors by Faith Barnidge: Galindo Home tours, Martinez Rotary Club donations, Lindsay Wildlife Museum fundraiser, Rodgers Ranch boutique
Help the birdsTired of turkey? Join wild animal lovers for an exciting afternoon of wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres benefiting the Lindsay Wildlife Museum.
Pleasant Hill and Martinez: Kick off the holidays with tree lightings, Santa, snow and Olaf from 'Frozen'
Courtesy of Diane Morrell/Contra Costa County Office of EducationFun of gift-givingRepresentatives from many organizations serving needy children and families, like those from the Salvation Army, were on hand at the Marsh Creek Detention Center recently to select from among some 500 wooden toys
Friday's TV picks: Move over Olaf. 'Frosty the Snowman' is back
Beloved classic 'Frosty' kicks off holiday specials. Kristin Chenoweth belts out favorite tunes on PBS special.
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Creed's Scott Stapp says he's homeless and broke
The singer’s wife claims in divorce papers he also dealing with meth addiction and psychiatric issues.