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These were the most-read stories for the week of July 11-7, 2011.
Take a look at what all the controversy’s about.
The growing trend of keeping backyard chickens clashes with city law.
Statement: “During the civil rights movement I worked for Ralph Abernathy and went to jail over the rights of the minority,” County Supervisor Bill Horn said June 28 at a public board meeting. Determination: Huckster Propaganda.
An alleged hit man barely in his teens, urban renewal chief on downtown’s money tree, see yourself as the Cardiff Kook and more.
The dramatic nature of the investigation into an alleged smuggling ring thrust the usually under-the-radar Mingei International Museum into the limelight. Though the inquiry has seemed to be just collecting dust for three years, officials say the investigation’s ongoing.
DeMaio rakes it in, federal officials weigh in on Coast Guard accident, reviewing Issa in charge, official makeover for Cardiff kook.
The administrator who oversaw labor relations for the school district will get four months of pay in a resignation agreement.
Owl, a backyard chicken forced to leave its North Park home because of city rules, has been eaten by a coyote.
Bill Horn’s whopper, pot shops may get a reprieve, swindler to plead guilty, a teenage ‘hit man’ and what lurks in the desert.
Richard Gleaves wants to get all sides on public art conversations to speak the same language.