Today's headlines (June 9, 2014)

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• Forest Service: This fire season 'very active' •Crews gain on several blazes •Copperopolis: Homecoming celebration • Calaveras County staff cuts on table •TUD looks again at water regs •Angels Camp considers dog park •Mono Way widening project begins •Hat trick: Three schools graduate •Group aims to help vets •Suspected child molesters headed to trial


• Grolle, Hull end track seasons at State Meet • Northern California Soap Box Derby:Speed racers • MLB, NBA, PGA, Soccer, NFL and NCAA coverage


• Relay for Life raises more than $70K •Memory care: Dementia lecture series offers information, hope • Tobacco sting nets positive results •Elder abuse forum planned this month • Addictions & Answers: Shopper wants to tackle addiction •New dentist joins Sonora practice •Sonora Regional welcomes new doctor

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