Today's headlines (March 17, 2014)

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• Low water poses risk to swimmers, boaters • County board tackles road fix • Transit needs on Angels docket • Healthy schools get kudos • Alpine County turns 150 • Film hopes to spread awareness of PTSD • Accident, fuel spill closes Hwy 120 • Pic of the week • Eight become 'Principal for a Day' •Man gets jail, probation for double-fatal auto accident


• Bret Harte swimmers split with Linden; Baseball falls at McNair •Dodge Ridge closes, cites lack of snow • Wildcats win: Kish, Cats beat Skins in non-league clash • Calaveras sweeps competition at MLL/ TVL track Challenge • Bears softball rally falls short in 7th •


• Staff, parents play parts in child's hospital stay • Future finances: Experts advise to start planning early for long-term care later • Health fairs offer free tests, information •Health and Wellness Center expands services • Dr. Oz: You, too, can reprogram your fat cells • Addictions and Answers: Food-addicted child needs help from mom

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