Today's headlines June 4, 2014

Union Democrat staff

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


• Quail Hollow fire under investigation •Primary election results rolling in •Tight assessor race headed to November runoff •Gary Kuntz leads Pat Garrahan in Cal sheriff's race •Segarini, Garaventa lead pack seeking City Council seats •Callaway and Oliveira may face off in general election •Race for judicial seats still uncertain •Hanvelt confident of beating McNaul in District 2 • Challenger to McClintock too close to call Tuesday night •Berryhill, Miranda rematch set for Nov. •Tuolumne County finding ways to fill budget gap •Tips to enjoying summertime in Yosemite •Construction planned on Tioga Road •From the Past: The rise, fall and watery demise of a gold camp


• Recreation softball: Close contest • Preps softball: 4 Skins make All-MLL 1st team • Summer camps: Water polo holds pair of 6-week sessions • Soccer, MLB, NFL, NHL and NBA coverage


• Day-O: Popular drive-through coffee chain changes hands •Health coverage for early retirees •Discover Calaveras this summer •Longtime downtown Sonora store to close •Don't let a mortgage derail other plans •Land Transfers

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