Here's what you can find in today's newspaper.
• What gives with Lyons Reservoir overflow? •More keen on voting by mail • Marijuana dispensary rules differ in counties • Mother Lode Roundup: Outlaws strike!; Timm is Town Marshal; Democrat, Gibbons Top Hands • Mountain lion sightings reported in foothills •Calaveras Treasures: Volunteers help shape Calaveras County •Vital Stats •Tuolumne County teachers awarded for excellence • Seen and Heard •Park concession meeting set for May 5 •Sonora woman reported missing •'Drop the Drugs' days planned in Mother Lode •
• Outdoors: First casts •Bullfrogs 1st to top Redskins in MLL • Wildcat golfers perfect in VOL •Tryouts to be held for new fastpitch team •Rossi rolls SIRs 1st 300 game in 20 years •Pinecrest marina to open this weekend •NBA, MLB and golf coverage
• Children's Fair turns 30: ICES event offers activities for kids, info for parents • Drop-in center to celebrate 15 years • Vets' Corner: Armed Services talks beneficiary proposals •Flashback •Mariposa Event Center opens to public •Psychosynthesis subject of talk
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