Today's headlines (May 16, 2014)

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• Drought won't prevent pools from opening • TUD: Water saving working •Calaveras confirms pertussis cases • Jubilee jump start and Calaveras queens •Longtime paper carrier Hobbs retires •Allred jumped into Calaveras frog jubilee •Summerville stadium project moves forward •Tenaya student wins Yosemite essay contest •Volunteers sought for Rim Fire cleanup •Panda Express, Maurices on City Council agenda •Seen and Heard


• Water levels low; improvements complete at Beardsley •Skins sweep league meet • Hall calls: Sonora's Lehnert to be enshrined into East Bay State Hall of Fame •Concussion test part of high school physicals •Hound trials to be held in Coulterville •Assembly bill limits full contact football drills


• Church will benefit from car drawing • Vets' Corner: Eight to receive POW medal •Curtis Creek, Jamestown schools name honor rolls •Teacher's hair donation a lesson in giving for students at MLCS •Flashback •Elks officers installed Pin-up •Card games

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