Today's headlines (March 4, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Yosemite bolsters economy • Hotel complex at 'Scar' dropped • Council gets update on Mono Way • Changes at senior lounge anticipated • Third-graders busted for marijuana • Lottery for Half Dome permits set • Sonora High trustees to hear budget report at tonight's meeting •Scout raises flag to become Eagle • Vital Stats

SPORTS

• Sportsmen's Expo: Outdoor offerings •MACTA to hold Pingpong, tennis event • Tuolumne County Aquatics score big at recent meets • Henderson's Hessians win team shoot •

FOOD & DRINK

• Dinner in a bowl: Polenta, spinach and sausage combine for a fast meal • Food by Jude: A full pantry makes quick meals easier • Vine to Wine: Barbera wine devotees set for June gathering • Irish soda bread: A welcome treat for any meal of the day

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