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County, state and congressional candidates line up for June 3 primary
Clift, 71, a Democrat, is a retired owner and operator of a State Farm Insurance office who has taken issue with Gibson and a number of other state and county residents over infrastructure and water issues on the North Coast.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Rain helps, but still a ways to go
Large waves slammed the North Coast Saturday morning, March 1, forcing elephant seals into the dunes to escape waves that covered beaches, pushing picnic tables into the parking lot at San Simeon Bay and at the San Simeon Campground and leading State Park rangers to close the San Simeon Pier as a precaution — and to give a talking to people ... (more)
Forest assessment study coming up on Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
Recent rains have certainly changed the landscape on the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve.
Coulda shoulda woulda when it comes to water savings in Cambria
Rain has greened up Cambria’s hills, but the town is still looking for that water supply at the end of the rainbow.
Dawn redwood related to living fossil discovered in China
A sign marking the tree, pictured here in December 2005, has since disappeared. It read: “Metasequoia glyptostroloides, dawn redwood, est.
Heritage Oaks Bank gets bigger branch in Cambria
Heritage Oaks Bank has moved from Tamson Drive to a new, centrally located Cambria branch office, more than doubling its floor space to 6,400 square feet.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
A real example
In his commentary of Feb. 24, Paul Krugman said that nobody has ever come up with a real example of anyone losing the family farm due to estate taxes.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Cambria meeting set to answer questions about Amgen bike race
Astana team leads the peloton in the 2008 Amgen Tour of California as cyclists battle lashing rain and headwinds on Highway 1 south of Ragged Point.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Add orange to French toast, apple to turkey sausage & zest to meal
May I begin with an apology and the correct directions for assembling Chinese Egg Rolls in the Feb. 13 Culinary Corner .
New Times SLO
Put to pasture: Area cattlemen talk drought, feed, and an uncertain future
In the early midwinter morning, Dick Nock drove his Jeep Grand Cherokee up a dirt road to a hilltop where a small group of cattle lingered like they were expecting him.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Editorial: Hits and Misses
TIME FOR ACTION All eyes are on the Santa Cruz City Council this week, as city leaders take up a series of initiatives aimed at reducing crime.
Empty panga boat discovered near Cambria
A CHP helicopter hovers over an abandoned panga boat on the beach at San Simeon on Sunday morning.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Salinas Californian
Monterey route for Tour of California unveiled
City officials and cycling enthusiasts gathered outside the Monterey Sports Center to listen in on Thursday morning's announcement about the Tour of California's presence in the city come May 14. Monterey is a host city for the first time since the inaugural event in 2006.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
New chapter for an old friend
Cambria, California, Town Criers Bev & Jerry Praver gave a "cry" for longtime Cambrian newspaper columnist John Brannon on June 13, 2013, at the Creekside Gardens Cafe, soon after he announced he'd be leaving Cambria to live closer to family.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Cambria studies two options for an emergency water supply
Faced with the prospect of running out of water in 120 days under a “worst-case scenario,” Cambria Community Services District is focused on getting a new water source online by July 1, according to district board president Jim Bahringer.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Lady Gaga stops by Cambria Ale House for sake and dancing
Lady Gaga playfully covers her eyes for a snapshot at the Cambria Ale House on Thursday, Feb. 13, where she and a couple dozen video crew members spent a couple hours drinking and dancing.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Lady Gaga: California's new drought spokeswoman
Lady Gaga has a new message for all of her "little monsters": Save water. The five-time Grammy Award winner will soon be on the air with a public service announcement urging Californians to do their part to help with the state's drought.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Test finds Coast Union coach, teacher Pam Kenyon cancer-free
The longtime, highly successful and much-appreciated Coast Union High School varsity volleyball coach and teacher Pam Kenyon got the best news she could possibly get on Monday, Feb. 10. Her doctor explained that "there were no better results I could have gotten on my PET scan.