Today's headlines (Feb. 5, 2014)

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• Drought emergency declared; aid on way • County delays pot rules • Old town Angels designated 'historic' • Teachers' salaries go public • Schools get $$ for science teaching • Talent shines at Columbia Elementary • Vital stats


• S'ville surge: Bears use strong first-half to top Frogs • Skins beat Buffs, stay on MLL title track • Leers sinks 1st hole in one at SC • 2014 winter olympics •


• Drought can be costly for Mother Lode cattle ranchers • Land Transfers • Options offer tax efficiency for nest egg • Target data breach pits banks against retailers • Stocks

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