Today's headlines (Feb. 21, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Drought: Fish to hit road • Rainy skies next week? • Winter 'wanderland' • Bear homeowners want to buy resort • Vigil set for Sonora homicide victim • Future Farmers of America Week in Calaveras • Vital Stats • Calaveras County author makes Gold Rush history come to life • Seen and Heard • City cagey over museum, lounge closure • Help your community, help save water

SPORTS

• Winter deer herd count numbers released for D-6 zone •Claim Jumper volleyers host camp • Preps Golf: Swing into spring • 30 TCAM swimmers post Top 10 swims • Valley Oak League Champions • JV Wildcats win 11th straight, beat East Union •

SIERRA LIVING

• Treasures abound at new shop • Jubilee time: Christian school's annual auction, book sale is this weekend • Vets' Corner: House passes in-state tuition bill • Card Games • Belleview, Bret Harte, Summerville announce honor rolls • Religion: Events and Outreach • Flashback

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