Today's headlines (Jan. 23, 2014)

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Here's what you can find in today's newspaper.

LOCAL NEWS

• Airline magazines pump up pair of local events • Board hatching chicken plans • Proposal gets city's goat • CCWD preps for a drought • Police, fire heroes honored • Sonora foundation gives $50K • Sierra Views: At 81, Maynord still going strong • New home for New Melones artifacts • Calaveras foundation recipient of $80,000

SPORTS

• Jumpers claim 2nd: Columbia holds off Porterville, wins 3rd CVC game • CC boss impressed by team's resolve • Wildcats' late rally not enough, fall to Kimball 58-49 • Scores & More • Standings & Summaries

SIERRA LIVING

• Warm winter gardening: Don't let drought dampen your garden plans • Shireé Hanson Segerstrom: Break up home task list in 2014 • January is time to prep soil for spring

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