Today's headlines (Feb. 6, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Public school enrollments continue to drop • Post office spared for now • Frank Borrego: A life of service • Treat's workers split lotto winnings • County's top spellers shine at bee • Costly pool project advances • Poetry Out Loud • Flu season causes SRMC to tighten birth center rules • County seeks compensation for water used in emergencies • Man charged with five felonies • Burglary, vandalism reported at PG&E yard over weekend

SPORTS

• NCAA NATIONAL Signing day • Wildcat Klatt signs with Cal Poly • Bullfrog lineman Taylor chooses to attend UMary • Papapetrou perfect five years after last 300 • Columbia edged by West Hills in final seconds • Skins finish MLL undefeated with win over Frogs • Bret Harte girls beat S'ville for 6th straight in MLL •

SIERRA LIVING

• What's old is new again: Tuolumne man repurposes cable spools, pallets • Art and science to pruning fruit trees • Fabric treatments are a good investment in the home • Snapshots

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