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Sang Cho Wins Record Jackpot  Her family lives in a modest apartment building Overnight Close Caldecott Bore  Work crews have begun installing lights resulting in off-hour closures through the end of the 2001 Robber Hits 2 Banks In Minutes  Robber pulled off holdups banks in the same block. In each he handed a teller a note saying he was armed Theater critic dies  Maggie Crum covered theater full-time at Contra Costa Times and started her column, 'On the Aisle', in 1983 $3 million damage in fire
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One of 3 murderers woman gets life  Despite a claim of innocence, Lee Snyder, 19, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for murder of a Lafayette woman Store sells $89M lottery ticket
Accused in Wells Fargo Robbery  3 men arrested in Lafayette after a car chase through the Caldecott Tunnel   College Mourns Coach  St. Mary's College will hold a remembrance to celebrate the life of Diane Whipple, the woman killed by two dogs   Memorial service for killed by dogs  Family and friends attended service at St. Mary's College. Prosecutors investigate dog owner 14-acre estate on sale for $8.65M  Estate centered around a 6-bedroom mansion was bought by the Rheem family in 1937   Teachers New Contract  Union School District teachers ratified a contract with an 8.8% raise Girl kidnapped, police arrest man


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  16 year old was taken from her parents' home at gunpoint and was found safe in Santa Cruz


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  The winner, who bought ticket in Moraga at a 7-Eleven store, elected to take the one-time cash payout option
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  The 4-alarm fire gutted 2 small 3-story office buildings. They did not have overhead sprinklers. No one was injured


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May.29     Meningitis scare  County Health Department administered drugs to fourth-graders

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Aug.2   Sci-fi author Poul Anderson dies
  Former president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. He was 74

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Sep.26   O'Brien fingers second accomplice  Maury O'Brien, 22, in return wants not to be executed for killing 46-year-old Janet Daher

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Nov.17   Murderer should die, say Daher jurors
  Jury recommended the death penalty for Joseph Perez, 30, convicted for the 1998 murder of a Lafayette woman
Nov.22   Miwok Indians to buy land
  Several bands are interested in buying land across a BART station that had been considered for a senior housing


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Dec.9   Accident closed tunnel for 45 min.   The accident happened on westbound Highway 24 east of the tunnel Dec.17   Crashes close tunnel
  Right bore of the Caldecott tunnel was shut due to multiple traffic accidents Dec.27   Hairagami is start-up making money
  Sales this yearis $20 million. Privately held company is already highly profitable, debt free, with just 7 employees




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$3 million damage in fire




Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, 2001 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Apr.16
  The 4-alarm fire gutted 2 small 3-story office buildings. They did not have overhead sprinklers. No one was injured
May.29   Meningitis scare  County Health Department administered drugs to fourth-graders Dec.9 Accident closed tunnel for 45 min.   The accident happened on westbound Highway 24 east of the tunnel Dec.17 Crashes close tunnel
  Right bore of the Caldecott tunnel was shut due to multiple traffic accidents



Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, 2001 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.27   College Mourns Coach  St. Mary's College will hold a remembrance to celebrate the life of Diane Whipple, the woman killed by two dogs Feb.15   Teachers New Contract  Union School District teachers ratified a contract with an 8.8% raise Aug.2 Sci-fi author Poul Anderson dies
  Former president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. He was 74



Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, 2001 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Feb.4 14-acre estate on sale for $8.65M  Estate centered around a 6-bedroom mansion was bought by the Rheem family in 1937 Feb.15   Teachers New Contract  Union School District teachers ratified a contract with an 8.8% raise Mar.4 Store sells $89M lottery ticket
  The winner, who bought ticket in Moraga at a 7-Eleven store, elected to take the one-time cash payout option
Mar.5 Sang Cho Wins Record Jackpot  Her family lives in a modest apartment building Mar.15 Overnight Close Caldecott Bore  Work crews have begun installing lights resulting in off-hour closures through the end of the 2001 Apr.1 Theater critic dies  Maggie Crum covered theater full-time at Contra Costa Times and started her column, 'On the Aisle', in 1983 Nov.22 Miwok Indians to buy land
  Several bands are interested in buying land across a BART station that had been considered for a senior housing
Dec.27 Hairagami is start-up making money  Sales this yearis $20 million. Privately held company is already highly profitable, debt free, with just 7 employees



Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.27   College Mourns Coach  St. Mary's College will hold a remembrance to celebrate the life of Diane Whipple, the woman killed by two dogs



Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.4 Accused in Wells Fargo Robbery  3 men arrested in Lafayette after a car chase through the Caldecott Tunnel Feb.22 Girl kidnapped, police arrest man
  16 year old was taken from her parents' home at gunpoint and was found safe in Santa Cruz
Mar.2 One of 3 murderers woman gets life  Despite a claim of innocence, Lee Snyder, 19, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for murder of a Lafayette woman Mar.24 Robber Hits 2 Banks In Minutes  Robber pulled off holdups banks in the same block. In each he handed a teller a note saying he was armed Sep.26 O'Brien fingers second accomplice  Maury O'Brien, 22, in return wants not to be executed for killing 46-year-old Janet Daher Nov.17 Murderer should die, say Daher jurors
  Jury recommended the death penalty for Joseph Perez, 30, convicted for the 1998 murder of a Lafayette woman




Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Feb.1   Memorial service for killed by dogs  Family and friends attended service at St. Mary's College. Prosecutors investigate dog owner