Today's headlines (May 19, 2014)

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

LOCAL NEWS

• Calaveras County Fair: Frog jump finale • Angels Council to discuss drought • Voter signup deadline is today • Murphys prepares for Memorial Day • Chance of rain early this week •Moccasin fire burns two acres • Relay for Life •Pic of the Week •Fun at the fair •Rim Fire open house planned for Thursday •Volunteers sought for forest cleanup

SPORTS

• Division V Sac-joaquin Section Softball Championships: Redskins fall •Calaveras County Fair: Demolition Derby • Horse racing, Soccer, MLB and Cycling coverage

HEALTH

• Healthy learning: Wellness program offers health information, expert advice and exercise •Dr. Oz: Coffee, Type 2 diabetes and reality • Addictions and Answers: Behavior – not just genetics – determine weight

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