Almaden Valley News Round-up for October 2011

Today we are pleased to announce a new feature here on AccessAlmaden called Almaden Valley News Round-Up.

We are now curating interesting and relevant local news covering Almaden Valley and New Almaden, and publishing a weekly round-up. If you want to receive the news in near real-time, as it is published, you can follow us on Twitter.

For now, enjoy the round-up of recent local news for the month of October 2011…

Former Almaden Valley residents shot and killed in Oregon
Mercury News

High school football: Leland edges Independence 55-52 in OT
Mercury News

Local dams near Almaden Valley vulnerable to earthquakes
Los Gatos Patch

Leland High holds off Santa Teresa without injured star Santini
Mercury News

Almaden Valley one of America’s Best Places for Trick-Or-Treating
Forbes

T-Mobile withdraws application to put cell tower in Almaden Valley
Mercury News

Officer Jeffrey Fontana honored today in Almaden Valley
Martin-Fontana Parks Association

100 volunteers help plant native shrubs in Almaden Valley park
Martin-Fontana Parks Association

Winners of 2011 Almaden Valley Youth Soccer League Kick-a-thon
Almaden Valley Youth Soccer League

Pictures of volunteers planting trees in Almaden Valley
Martin-Fontana Parks Association

Celebration of new outdoor museum in Almaden Quicksilver Park
Almaden Times

Williams’ ABC 4Health Walk-A-Thon and health fair delivers
Almaden Times

Quicksilver Green 98 Girls U13 win Soccer Tournament
Almaden Times