Today's headlines (Feb. 14, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Drought restrictions tighten • Possible rain, snow forecast this week • County election filings roll in • Spreading the love: Kindness week • City eyes advancing 'Vision' plan • Low water levels will close marina • Holiday weekend follows Valentine's • Weaving makes for a tightly knit couple • BLM has openings on citizen advisory council • Driving course set for seniors • Open and Closed • Seen and Heard • Phone scam warning: Don't give out personal info • Vital Stats • Banquet, family dinner to aid new school paper • Thelma and Louise are ready for a ride home • County dogs score • Teams sought for 2014 Trivia Bee • 'Roundhouse Day' set at Railtown 1897 Park

SPORTS

• Union Democrat All-Area Football • Speedy Skin Seawell catches, runs way to MVP • Top rushers, hard hitters highlight All-Area 1st team • Stead, Wildcats get big win over rival • Valley Oak League Championships • Summerville gets road victory over Linden • Rain slightly increases water level at New Melones

COMMUNITY

• Vietnam veteran aims to help other local vets • Omega Nu: Sorority celebrates 75th anniversary in county • Vets' Corner: VA rolls out new complaint system • Summerville students make honor roll • Falshback •Religion events and outreach • Students of the month

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