Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016


Former Pismo Beach Mayor Passes Away


One sad note this morning, former Pismo Beach City Mayor Dick Morrow died Monday. Morrow played baseball for Cal Poly before and after service during the Korean war in the early 50’s. After graduation from Cal Poly, he coached baseball and basketball at San Luis Obispo High School.  He worked as a counselor at the school for 25 years. He …

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Today in Sports


The Cal Poly Mustang baseball team loses to Santa Clara 10-1 last night in the South Bay.  Coming up this weekend, the Mustangs host Cal State Fullerton in their Big West opener. In high school baseball today. Righetti plays at Arroyo Grande. Mission Prep at Atascadero. Paso Robles at San Luis Obipso. All three games get underway at 4:30 this …

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April to be Declared “Victim’s Rights Month”


Today, San Luis Obispo County Supervisors will declare April “Victim’s Rights Month.” Through the month, the Victim and Witness Assistance Center staff will host a booth at San Luis Obispo’s farmers market on Thursday evenings to distribute informational materials on such topis as domestic violence, human trafficking and other victims services. The supervisors will also accept a state grant of …

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SLO City Council to Discuss Developing Land


San Luis Obispo City Council to discuss the development of a housing, commercial space and continuing care facility on 111 acres along Los Osos Valley Road.

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Paso Robles Supervisor Race Heating Up


Councilman John Hamon’s campaign team upset about a ploy by candidate John Peshong.  On 24th Street in Paso Robles, Peshong put two campaign signs in front and behind Hamon’s campaign sign, blocking it from the view of passing drivers. Peshong, who has worked on many other campaigns, says he has permission of the property owner. Hamon says the tactic speaks …

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Cuesta College Job Fair Looking for Vendors


Cuesta College is looking for vendors for its 12th Annual Spring Job Fair. The event to be held at the college in San Luis on April 26th. The deadline for businesses to register participate is Wednesday. A $75 fee will cover an eight foot table and lunch for two representatives. For more information, you’re encouraged to visit the Cuesta College …

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Central Coast Face


  Going to a new doctor is scary. Especially a plastic surgeon who is going to be working on your face!! I want to tell you about the amazing experience I had with Dr. Zach VandeGriend in Santa Maria. I had breathing problems and I decided I wanted to do something about it. I called Dr. Zach and we sat …

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Timeless Treasures: Treasure Of The Week


Half Round Leather Top Desk Price $499 Treasure of the week…. so worth the wait. It is a beautiful half round leather topped desk. Incredible carvings in pecan. A rare find.

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Driver Hits Bear Near Santa Margarita


A Grover Beach woman struck a bear with her car late Saturday night on 101 just north of Highway 58 near Santa Margarita. The car flipped over and slid on it roof about 50 feet down the pavement. 21-year-old Lynai Williams was not injured. The CHP estimates the bear weighed about 400 pounds. The collision occurred near signs warning motorists …

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Missing Biker Rescued on Sunday


A former marine who went missing in the Los Padres national forest Saturday was rescued Sunday. The man left his Santa Maria home around 4 Saturday afternoon to ride his dirt bike. When he didn’t return home, his family contacted the sheriff’s department. Search Saturday night failed to locate the missing man. Around ten Sunday morning a helicopter spotted the …

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