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Good morning. Its Monday, September 6.

Here are the week’s top stories.

The Zone 3 Caltrain stations, ranked

Read our copy editor Melody Xu's ranking of the Zone 3 Caltrain stations on her scientifically sound 50-point scale.

Here are some ways teens can get involved in the recall election

In just over a week, California voters will decide whether Gov. Gavin Newsom keeps his job — and who replaces him, if not. Here are some ways teens can get involved, as the Sept. 14 gubernatorial special election looms just around the corner.

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Life-size bears in Downtown Los Altos have residents roaring with excitement

The Los Altos Rotary Club’s most recent public art project has scattered dozens of painted fiberglass bears around the city, some lifesize, and each with a theme unique to the bear.


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In case you missed it: 

Los Altos to reopen city facilities in September

Public facilities in Los Altos reopened for in-person service beginning Sept. 2.

New Los Altos Community Center to open in October

The highly anticipated Los Altos Community Center is scheduled to open on Oct. 2.

In-person school welcomes a new era of style for Los Altos seniors

After a year and a half minimized to pixel boxes, Los Altos High School students are finally returning to campus and showing off their evolved senses of style. These are a few stand-out looks from seniors the first week of the 2021–2022 school year.

Neighbors and endangered leafcutter bees swarm local grower’s untamed garden

Read about Phil Muller, a local grower who started a free nursery on his driveway during the pandemic.
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