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  1. Roundup events to go on; bandit leaks another clueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | The Union Democrat

    Treasure hunters looking for the box containing the heisted and hidden queen tiara that will save this year's Roundup must work quickly to save the time-honored tradition. The finder will get a $200 reward, which can be collected at The Union Democrat office, 84 S. Washington St., Sonora.

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  2. Bears edge Tuolumne County foe WildcatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Union Democrat

    Bear Libby Rimmer and Wildcat Kennedy Bruce compete for possession during Summerville's 2-1 victory at Thorsted Field. Darrien Skellenger stood with her hand on her head and a befuddled look on her face.

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  3. 'Cats, 'Frogs close to titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 20 | The Union Democrat

    She blinked her eyes a number of times while looking at the scoreboard to her right. When what she was looking at came into focus, a smile quickly came across the swimmer's face.

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    Wednesday Apr 20 | The Union Democrat

    She blinked her eyes a number of times while looking at the scoreboard to her right. When what she was looking at came into focus, a smile quickly came across the swimmer's face.

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  5. News of Record for April 23, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | The Union Democrat

    4:35 p.m., theft - A man was sucking the carbon dioxide out of whipped cream cans at a Sanguinetti Road store. 1 p.m., Sonora area - Someone received a $2,000 check for an item she was selling for $100.

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  6. Tree blocks Racetrack RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | The Union Democrat

    California Highway Patrol said they received the call from Tuolumne County Transit around 9:30 a.m. and were responding. CHP Officer Nick Norton said, the fallen tree blocked the roadway and it will take a few hours to clear.

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  7. Outstanding students named for MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Union Democrat

    Sawyer Stark, second grade, Belleview Elementary - "Every classroom needs a student like Sawyer," said teacher Rachel Sooter. "Sawyer comes to school ready to learn each day.

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  8. Dastardly Dan betrays Coyote Sam, leaks first clueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Union Democrat

    Reigning Mother Lode Roundup Queen Paige Ryan tries to lasso Coyote Sam after he stole the rodeo crown from her hat during a ruckus last week in downtown Sonora. Treasure hunters looking for the box containing the heisted and hidden queen tiara that will save this year's Roundup must work quickly to save the time-honored tradition.

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  9. Recreation center will offer free fitness to vets, low cost to othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Union Democrat

    Veterans Jesse Jones, 32, of Tuolumne, and Trent Brown, 31, of Tuolumne, play ping-pong at the Vets Center off Tuolumne Road. Veterans Josh Bullock, of Sonora, Jesse Jones, of Tuolumne, and Trent Brown, of Tuolumne, move a donated tread mill into the center Wednesday afternoon.

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  10. Today's lesson: Fight backRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Union Democrat

    Sonora High School freshman Aniel Bennett, 14, fires a Nerf gun as classmates throw Nerf balls at her during an ALICE training held first period Wednesday at the school. Sonora High School superintendent Pat Chabot teaches freshmen and sophomores how to "swarm" an active shooter during ALICE training held first period Wednesday morning at the school.

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  11. Doctor pleads guilty in prescription drug caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Union Democrat

    Lori Sostock sobbed in court Thursday morning when she pleaded guilty to four felony counts related to prescribing drugs at her now shuttered medical practice. Sostock's office manager, Vanessa Sostock, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit a crime, namely, conspiracy to commit unlawful prescription activity.

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  12. Kolpack, Wildcats thump Argo; Sonora tennis tops BHRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 18 | The Union Democrat

    Hank Kolpack shot a 41 and four Sonora teammates were within seven strokes of his low score Thursday as the Wildcats beat the Argonaut Mustangs 221-272 at Castle Oaks Golf Course in Ione. Kolpack earned medalist honors for his 5-over par effort.

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  13. Sonora Lightning headed to nationalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 20 | The Union Democrat

    The Sonora Lightning seventh grade boys' basketball team is headed to nationals. The Lightning finished in second place this past weekend at a tournament in Roseville and will play in a national event June 24-25 in Huntington Beach.

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  14. Sonora beer garden approved by planning groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 12 | The Union Democrat

    Sonora Planning Commission Chairman Chris Garnin summed up the enthusiasm in the room Monday night after announcing the unanimous approval of a proposed beer and wine garden at 198 S. Green St. "Let's serve some beer," he declared to raucous applause from the roughly 100-plus who attended the meeting in City Hall. The garden, proposed by Doug Kennedy, who also owns the Bourbon Barrel at 208 S. Green St., has generated much discussion locally over the past month after the commission delayed a vote on the project at a March 14 meeting.

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  15. Coyote Sam strikes, causes mayhem on Jamestown streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 12 | The Union Democrat

    Mother Lode Roundup Queen contestants Karissa Rodgers, 16, and Annie Torok, 19, use water guns to fight off the Coyote Sam and his gang of bandits Saturday in Jamestown. One of Coyote Sam's bandits takes 2015 Mother Lode Roundup Queen Paige Ryan's red hat during the mock holdup Saturday in Jamestown.

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  16. Man pleads not guilty to shooting threatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 12 | The Union Democrat

    "I think he finally exploded, and told me over the phone that all he wanted to do was scare her away from him. He did not want to really harm her, or shoot up a school or anything.

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    Monday Apr 11 | The Union Democrat

    Amid the radio chatter, the shattered glass and empty beer bottles strewn across the street, and the blood that seeped into the gutters at the curb, a dozen police officers and firemen hustled from their vehicles. Nearby, two students held each other and sobbed.

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  18. Sonora man, 20, accused of Tweeting threats to shoot up Sonora HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 11 | The Union Democrat

    A 20-year-old Sonora man is scheduled to be arraigned today after being accused of using social media to threaten to shoot three students at Sonora High School. Elijah Perez was arrested at his Sawmill Flat home on Saturday after three Sonora High girls went to the Sonora Police Department and showed officers tweets they said came from an account managed by Perez.

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  19. Summerville tops Sonora 10-5Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 8 | The Union Democrat

    Sonora's Jackson McMillan slides safely into second base while Summerville's Luke Fulkerson makes a play on a high throw Friday in Tuolumne. Case Dailey charges safely into third base in the second inning, as Gillespie goes for the ball.

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  20. Home and Garden show a successRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 12 | The Union Democrat

    Bill Baum, a volunteer of Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, explains the different rails and spikes throughout the decades. Baum said the lighter the rail, the older, historically, it is.

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