Today's headlines (May 6, 2014)

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• Stadium ground broken • Walmart lawsuit inching forward • State: Railtown 'historical' landmark • Mother Lode Roundup: Certificate found! • Gold finders watch for court ruling •Noonan is Sonora Fire's interim chief •GCSD project would ensure water next year •Three people injured in highway accidents •San Andreas man struck tree •DUI checkpoint nets one arrest • Bret Harte senior's project honors vets •Drones not welcome at Yosemite • Tip leads to arrest of woman at Sonora hotel •


• Stanislaus bound: Conley headed to D2 Warriors • Kiriluk, Menzes surge to Masters • NBA, NFL, NHL and MLB coverage


• Brie makes a 'gooey' sauce for strata • Food by Jude: Easy-prep 'momlettes' easy to eat on the go • Soup for spring: Chilled Cucumber, Pea and Mint soup • Vine to Wine: Locals shine at Calaveras wine judging

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