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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 12-19, 2001

Cover: Sore Points
Endangered brown pelicans get hooked at Santa Cruz Wharf.


News: Nüz
Depot Site Task Force belatedly invites Amah-Mutsun tribal representatives to take part in planning community park.


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Bruce Bratton: Officials curtail hiring of day workers on River Street; Credit Union expands ATM services.

Work: My Summer Vacation.

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Study In Brown: Understated musician Greg Brown is as famous as his fans want him to be.

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Pride of Pescadero: No-nonsense Duarte's Tavern rewards a drive up the North Coast.


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