Today's headlines June 11, 2014

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


• TUD to allow lawn watering despite drought • TUD may lose Lyons storage this year • Sonora High's Wildcat Ranch: Farm flourishing •Heat warning issued •Calaveras leaders weigh staff cuts •Forest chief Skalski retiring •Columbia College closed • From the Past: Twain was a bit eccentric, had idiosyncrasies •Vital Stats


• Area soccer coaches pick World Cup champions • Recreation camp: 'Messi'ng around •Soccer, MLB and NBA coverage


• Construction permits on rise in Mother Lode •Farm and Ranch Tour: Annual event showcases Tuolumne County's agricultural side • Deadline nears for SBA Rim Fire loans • Five things

to know about Apple split •Now is a good time to buy a getaway • Land Transfers

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