Today's headlines (Feb. 27, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Rain not drought-buster • Mono widening still too costly • Cal Fire plans to move HQ to Sonora • Sierra Views: Mark of many talents • Railtown a historical landmark? • Hawkins pays fine over trash • Sonora resident struck by truck dies • Columbia students make blankets, warm hearts •

SPORTS

•Division IV Sac-Joaquin Section Championships: Calaveras hangs on to beat West; No. 8 Skins build first half lead, outlast No. 9 Warriors' in first round • Bears can't keep up at Riverbank, fall to Bruins

SIERRA LIVING

• Home repair help: Programs help older adults with costs • Tips on water conservation offered Saturday by gardeners • USDA spending $3M to feed bees • Snapshots

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