Today's headlines (March 13, 2014)

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• Sewer spill closes TH Lake • Rim Fire salvage logging plan out • CCWD unsure on Moke River designation • James Bankosh: The million-mile man • Chamber endorses McClintock • Cops still probing homicide; Vigil for Roberts set • Bill would protect pack animals in Emigrant • Commissioners discuss cell tower plan • Firefighters still work on Big Hill • Tuolumne County Trivia Bee • Summerville stadium project moves ahead •Stellar's jay subject of Audubon meeting •


• Mother Lode League opener: Frogs foil Bears • Boitano, Skins thump Bruins • NBA, MLB, NFL coverage • Scores & More


• Artistic outlets: Mother Lode 4-H clubs offer a variety of art projects • Clover sustained Irish during hard times • March and April birding trips planned • Whitewash helps prevent sun-scald on trunks • Mulches an effective way to conserve water * Snapshots

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