Today's headlines (March 19, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Columbia hotels to reopen • Board blasts enviro groups • Sierra Waldorf School: Celebrating 25 years • Cal Unified faces financial shortfall • Mono Way project gets greenlight • Soulsbyville man dies in London • Koepele named Tuolumne River Trust chief • Calaveras Unified school bus overturns • Motorcyclist hits deer on Highway 108 • From the Past: Rampage ends badly for married killers • Kindergarten enrollment still open in Tuolumne, Calaveras • Yosemite: How to apply for Half Dome cable permits •Report: Crime rate down overall •Prescribed burn planned near Hetch Hetchy

SPORTS

• Streak snappers: Redskins are 1st MLL team in over 6 years to beat Bullfrogs •Wildcat golfers win 5th straight • Bear bats bash BV Christian • Calaveras soccer girls beaten 1-0 by Linden • Wildcats rally for 4 in 7th to beat Bullfrogs

BUSINESS

• No-show snow: Dry winter not good for high country businesses • Land Transfers

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