Today's headlines (April 29, 2014)

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

LOCAL NEWS

• Grad rates higher than state •Pertussis warning sent to parents •Drought to impact 2014 fairs •Camp Tuolumne Trails: Rebuilding from Rim Fire • New clue leaked to hidden certificate • Sonora foundation awards $$ •Caltrans, volunteers fill 206 bags with rubbish • Sonora Spring Festival •Vital Stats •

SPORTS

• Swimmers celebrated: TCAM 75-and-over athletes honored •Redskins' rally falls short vs. Linden •Foothills shooters on target at MLGC •Bears lose to Argo, will face Skins Wednesday •NHL, MLB, NFL and NBA coverage

FOOD & DRINK

• Dessert in a mug: Oatmeal Nutella Mug Cake • Vermont ups the ante on genetically modified foods •Maple syrup, Dijon make for upscale pot roast recipe •Environmental nutrition: Enjoy bok choy's benefits

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