Today's headlines (March 31,2014)

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Here's what you can find in today's newspaper.


• Water tops board agenda • Calaveras food bank still serving thousands • Memorial run: Gruenther tribute • Judicial candidates report funds • One killed, two injured in Groveland car crash • Goats back on Angels City Council agenda • Sonora High School board to address goals • Groveland trustees eye Meaure M bond funds •Spring storm to bring rain, snow • Pic of the week • Road Work •


• Bret Harte baseball splits doubleheader vs. Amador • Mother Lode League Baseball: Bears fall to Argo • Sonora Wildcats come up short against Manteca • NCAA Basketball coverage •MLB opening day coverage


• Killer tan: With summer approaching, experts urge sun safety • Dr. Oz: Smoking out new dangers • Center awarded for excellence in wound care • Med center recognizes certifications •Addictions and Answers: Prescription drugs cause marital angst

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