Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Union Democrat Top Headlines for 03/01/2016

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The Union Democrat
Today's top headlines
Tuesday, March 01, 2016  |
Road project to make dangerous stretch of Highway 4 safer
When Stacy Pierson has to drive Highway 4 to make deliveries for Sidewinders, her restaurant in Angels Camp, she worries about the road's sharp curves and the drivers …
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Today's Headlines

Dysfunction at fairgrounds leads to public outcry
Long-simmering tensions are threatening to tear apart the Mother Lode Fair at a time when the decades-old institution …
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Yosemite name changes happening
Forget about The Ahwahnee, Curry Village and the Wawona Hotel. They all have new names as of today, …
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Summerville student competes in state poetry event
Between dozens of hours practicing, school- and county-wide competitions, and two days of competing for the state title …
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Bernie Sanders supporters march Sonora streets
As supporters rallied early Saturday afternoon in Sonora for a march for democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, Frans …
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'Cats Gookin, Perez headed to Bakersfield
For one more week, life on the mat will continue for Sonora wrestlers Nate Gookin and Keanu Perez. …
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Start your night right
A mature, larger-leaved spinach holds up well to a warm bacon vinaigrette, while sweet pear, salty cheddar cheese …
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Bears rip Spartans, reach final 4
With 24-seconds remaining in the first quarter Friday night, the normally loud and rambunctious Summerville High cheering section …
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Copperopolis man to represent state at Best Warrior Competition
Nick Maness did not give up. He endured four hours of sleep. He endured not knowing how long …
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Mother Lode Community Center board wants input on plans
The Mother Lode Community Center idea is gaining steam, and a group of professionals are working to see …
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Second-graders learn lessons at anti-bullying event
Like torrents of river water sloshing into a reservoir, they poured out of yellow school buses and into …
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Phoenix Lake couple's oriental oasis a labor of love
Tons of labor (literally) have transformed one Phoenix Lake-area backyard into an intricate, serene oriental rock garden. Out …
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