Today's headlines (Feb. 10, 2014)

Union Democrat staff

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LOCAL NEWS

• Weekend storm puts small dent in drought • Rim Fire salvage bill passes House • Calaveras board to fill key posts • Father-Daughter dance • Calaveras celebrates kindness • City kids study science at Groveland camp • Victim in fatal Jamestown wreck ID'd • Vallecito inmate struck by pickup truck • Rodeway Inn unlikely to face fines for creek spill • Railtown volunteers honored • Pick of the week

SPORTS

• Cats drop decision to Spartans at Winterfest • Double OT thriller: Claim Jumpers find way to defeat Reedley • S'ville rallies to top Argo • Skins rip Linden, extend MLL lead • Hoyt proud of team's composure; crowd was 'awesome' • Frog girls outlast Amador in OT; CC hosts clinic •

HEALTH

• Nurse explains cardiac catheterization procedure • HICAP can help • Plastic products can pose a danger • Ordinary teen bad behavior made worse with money • Medical center will hold 'Biggest Loser' competition for its staff • Nursing coalition to host talk

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