Today's headlines (Feb. 19, 2014)

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• Water measures likely expensive • Tenants get more time in sewer flap • FFA week: Water wars • Angels agrees to charge for grazing • Clean audit for Sonora High bond • Service set for Sonny Hendricks • Sonora fire chief Barrows to retire • Don Pedro is target of letter to leaders • Remembering the Klondike gold rush • VS man crashes dirt bike • Groveland man hurt in bike wreck • Man dies in snowmobile accident


• Cats fall in finale: Sonora rally falls short, lose to East Union • Bear girls headed to postseason • Gouviea buzzer- beater lifts Skins over Argonaut • Summerville hoopsters defeated at home by Amador


• New place for cloth shop: Country Cloth gets new home in Angels Camp • Obama's MyRA a good way to boost savings •Jobseekers can benefit from prison job seminar • U.S. olive oil producers push gov't to test imports • Complaints made to businesses most effective when done right • Land Transfers • Intellectually disabled struggle to find work in depressed job market • Drought seminar for gardeners set March 22

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