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• Water officials answer drought questions • TUD eyes severe water cutbacks • Lottery winner claims jackpot • Ed Friel Memorial: Run for a cause • Rain finally in foothills forecast • Public works director on Cal docket • CDF halts burning in Mother Lode • Six vie for Roundup queen title • Plane crashes at Columbia Airport • Students learn of Holocaust •Music, dance classes planned at academy • Resident deputies assigned in Calaveras County


• Mountain mat men: 3 Cats, 2 Bears win titles at 37th Hatler wrestling tourney • Fresno's Hafey chafes Columbia with 3s • Ries, Wildcats rally to defeat rival Mustangs • McLaurin's 3 in OT helps Bears in comeback • Calaveras, Bret Harte boys and girls split doubleheader • Gouveia, Redskins win physical contest with Whited, Bullfrogs • Frogs hold off Skins comeback, break 3-way tie for lead in MLL • Scores & More


• Peer-led programs offer help to chronic sufferers • Grant recipients: Dignity Health awards $26K to Calaveras County nonprofits • Experts gives tips on healthy weight loss • Addictions & Answers: Painkiller trap tricky for docs and patients

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