Today's headlines (Jan. 20, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Gov. declares drought, conservation urged • State awards county jail $$ • Spicing things up: Chili days in Copper • Mark Twain school to benefit from sidewalks • Sept. start for juvenile hall work • Swift sworn in as judge in Calaveras • Curtis Creek leadership on docket • Labor leader Huerta speaks in Sonora • Budding artists • Ashes spark Soulsbyville grassfire • Prescribed burn set • Road work

SPORTS

• Sonora MMA fighters win two, lose one • Columbia ends two-game skid, beats Merced • Cat girls earn 2nd road win • Calaveras hoopsters top Linden • Sonora hoopsters fall to WR • Bears lose to Argo, 60-52 • S'ville girls come up short against Argonaut • Art of War show draws local talent and fans

HEALTH & MEDICINE

• Holistic healing: Practitioners offer therapies from routine to exotic • Dr. Oz: Curb your junk food addictions with tricks • Addictions & Answers: Can my man be hooked on anger?

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