Today's headlines (May 22, 2014)

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LOCAL NEWS

• New Arnold bike trail to move ahead •Boat restrictions urged at Tulloch • Ownership change to speed Bear sale?• Sierra Views: Warnack to be oldest Rotary Club president •Man injured in alleged DUI crash • Mother Lode Adventist Junior Academy •Vital Stats •SCC inmates earn GEDs, certificates •Hiker dies after Yosemite fall

SPORTS

• Super shooter: Groveland's Maddalena to shoot for US •Summer signups kickoff Friday •BH grad Miller finding groove for Seattle's AA Generals •FIFA, MLB, NHL, and NFL coverage

SIERRA LIVING

• Garden sale ahead • Shireé Hanson Segerstrom: Combining homes takes care, compromise • In the Garden: Diversity critical to health of living things•Bonsai club changing name

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