Today's headlines (Feb. 18)

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• Family, friends mourn Roberts • Bye Chihuahuas: Little dogs bound for Boise • Schools plow into FFA week • Berkeley camp to relocate • Sonora High moves graduation • Beardsley ramp open finally • Summerville looks to change stadium upgrade plans • Sonora Elementary to discuss post-fire work • Highway Patrol offers driver safety classes


• WR coaching error extinguishes Cat playoff hopes • Falcons soar in Tuolumne: Soulsbyville 7th, 8th graders win titles, S'ville 6th graders claim crown • Jumpers lose big lead, fall to Pirates • Brennan, Marquez, Barnes earn titles at league meet


• Food by Jude: Recipes celebrate England's 'Pancake Day' • Cheesy Panade: Hearty dish can be cooked in the oven or slow-cooker • Simple frittata makes the most of what's in the fridge • Ginger's many health benefits revealed • Annual wine tasting slated for April 13

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