Today's headlines (March 21-23, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Ditch shut off to save water • S'ville opts for cement bleachers • Plan calls for 260 acres of clearcut • Fun on the farm: Students get feel for animals, ag products • Deputies refute Kuntz statements • Planners back new cell tower • Tribe seeks more water for West Side pond •Scofield likes 'challenge' art presents •Valley Springs student best of science fair • History projects awarded • Seen and Heard • PG&E scam targets several businesses

SPORTS

• New Beardsley boat ramp may not touch lake this year • Sonora rallies to beat Ripon • Valley Oak League soccer: Wolves top Cats • Frogs stifle Argo, win 3rd straight to open MLL • Papapetrou still going strong, rolls high game, series • NCAA coverage

COMMUNITY

• Growing in faith: Wettengels have traveled the world to 'plant' churches • Vets' Corner: Study finds dried Agent Orange still dangerous •Ash named Calaveras Mentor of the Month •Flashback • Twain Harte, Tenaya, Mother Lode Christian announce honor rolls • Cards games • Religion: Events and Outreach

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