Today's headlines (April 23, 2014)

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• Sonora road projects set to begin in May •Billing change sticks at TUD: Landlords unhappy with new procedure • Calaveras High to get new theater • Snow falls in the Sierra: Passes closed again •Helicopter spots 31K pot plants • Lawmakers to test frog jump skills • Stearn marks 50 years on Sonora council • Authors to gather at Sonora library • Volunteers sought for Groveland camp work •Talk set on bird life •


• Hieb shares experience at Boston Marathon •Valley Oak League Showdown: Cats top Lathrop • Golf Frogs defeat Linden 226-235 • MLB, NHL and NBA coverage


• Film to furniture: With a career in the movie industry fizzling, man looks elsewhere for income •Jobless numbers continue decline •CVS pharmacy opts out of cig sales • Workshops set for job-seekers

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