Today's headlines (April 18, 2014)

By Margie Thompson / The Union Democrat / @margielou

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

LOCAL NEWS

• New life for old relic; Romaggi Adobe • More rain predicted; marina to open • Accord reached on "5150" patients • Jamestown mine site goes back on market •City Council to consider mobilehome regulations •Columbia father issues "Challenge" •Fake bank cards land three men in county jail • Greenberg booked at school library • Renovation planned for historic Ansel Adams gallery • Yosemite will celebrate Earth Day with free entry

SPORTS

• Ackerman: Trout fish a success; shore fishing slow at Melones • Calaveras tops Bret Harte • Sonora tennis defeats rival Oakdale 7-2

COMMUNITY

• Egg hunts abound • Churches plan services for Holy Week, Easter Sunday • Sierra Rep actors to perform at Red Church

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