Today's headlines (May 30, 2014)

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


• Trouble waters: Part I: Nature, man create dicey outlook • Farmers, ranchers feel burn of drought •Tolhurst search winding down •GM Dion out at CCWD •Keep dogs safe, out of hot cars •Fire museum reopens; new rules in place •Moke River bill passes Senate • Manzanita Writers Press spreads the written word •Winners of Calaveras County Math Mini-Bowl announced • Twain Harte a la Carte this weekend •Seen and Heard • Angels police: Search for suspect continues


• Pinecrest catch •Masters meet: Pinecrest catch •Vautier gets clear look at her PML ace •Man makes 'Catch of a lifetime' at Pinecrest Lake • MLB, NFL, NBA, Soccer


• Veteran's thrift shop aims to help other vets •Landmark signs: Community Service Unit offers free 10,000th address marker •4-H camp looking for campers: New program also accepts non-4-Hers •Vets' Corner: House-passed defense bill has support of VFW •Chili contest winners •Flashback •Pets blessed •Chinese Camp School names honor rolls •Soroptimist conference •Adopt Hulk, Thor and assemble your own team of Avengers •Pin-Up

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