Today's headlines (March 18, 2014)

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• TH Lake reopens after sewer spill • Many county races a lock • Sonora El pot kids to remain in school • Get bald for kids: Fundraiser a life saver • Sonora gets tough on lounge • White Gulch spill smaller than thought • Tuolumne man injured in NC wreck • Plan limits Tuolumne Meadow access • Yosemite mountain naming rankles • Bringing down the house •Vital Stats • Road Work


• Bullfrog softball knocks off Wildcats in Angels • S'ville soccer shuts out Argonaut • Jamestown Run: Strolling to victory •Cat Scanlin helps direct TCA mini meet


• Irish stew: Stew makes use end-of-winter ingredients • Prosciutto and cheddar offer grown-up take on kids' classic • Food by Jude: Curry powder gives international flair to recipes • Vegetable puree a low-calorie potato alternative •

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