Today's headlines (May 16, 2014)

By Union Democrat staff May 16, 2014 09:00 am

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


• Drought won’t prevent pools from opening • TUD: Water saving working • Calaveras confirms pertussis cases •  Jubilee jump start and Calaveras queens • Longtime paper carrier Hobbs retires • Allred jumped into Calaveras frog jubilee • Summerville stadium project moves forward • Tenaya student wins Yosemite essay contest • Volunteers sought for Rim Fire cleanup • Panda Express, Maurices on City Council agenda • Seen and Heard


• Water levels low; improvements complete at Beardsley • Skins sweep league meet • Hall calls: Sonora’s Lehnert to be enshrined into East Bay State Hall of Fame • Concussion test part of high school physicals • Hound trials to be held in Coulterville • Assembly bill limits full contact football drills


• Church will benefit from car drawing • Vets' Corner: Eight to receive POW medal • Curtis Creek, Jamestown schools name honor rolls • Teacher’s hair donation a lesson in giving for students at MLCS • Flashback • Elks officers installed Pin-up • Card games

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