Today's headlines (April 10, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• Sierra Views: Dennis Randall: Super fire volunteer retiring • Four CCWD seats on fall ballot •Mi-Wuk Village to get new cell tower • Tuolumne fire investigated: Neighbor says kids seen running away from scene • County wants Strawberry music festival • Tuolumne County plans hazardous waste drop-offs • Fun in the sun • GCSD joins water-management group •Junette to oversee Groveland Ranger District •Vital Stats • Harris to speak at Lamplight Dinner • Registration open for NatureBridge program • Annual fashion show to benefit Sonora Cat Rescue

SPORTS

• Summerville vs. Amador: Bears batter Buffs •Prep swimming: Frogs sweep Skins •Masters a bit empty without Woods • Wildcat swimmers split with Ripon

SIERRA LIVING

• Weaving success: Mother Lode Weavers and Spinners Guild turns 40 •Prepare early for possible disaster •Raised beds provide a chance to garden earlier •

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