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San Luis Obispo Christmas Parade, event photos

Hundreds of people marched in the 39th Annual Holiday Parade Dec. 5 while thousands of spectators watched. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar.... (Continue reading)

Father fights for the right to raise his child

Editor’s Note: Because of privacy concerns, the parent’s names have been changed in the story. By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Child Welfare Services is recommending the father of a 23-month-old daughter lose his parental rights, even though there... (Continue reading)

Los Osos grieves recently lost lives

Los Osos residents gathered at Saint Benedict’s Episcopal Church Wednesday evening to remember several community members who died in a recent string of deaths. The tragedies began in September when ATV riders found 27-year-old Margay Edwards’ body lying on a... (Continue reading)

RVs for veterans program reaches milestone

OPINION By BECKY JORGESON We donated our 30th RV to a homeless veteran here on the Central Coast on Saturday. Many thanks to all donors who opened your hearts to our veterans who can’t be helped through other avenues. Because... (Continue reading)

This one is for you, Margay Edwards

OPINION By SAVANNAH PETERSON I envied you. You were beautiful throughout our pubescent awkwardness. Effortlessly graceful on the basketball court and at the after parties with boys. I was drawn to you. You had this enigmatic energy that captured a... (Continue reading)

My daughter’s health insurance company couldn’t care less

OPINION By HILARY GRANT Looking back, it all began when my smart, beautiful and spirited teenage daughter was in first grade. Her teachers told me Katie could hear perfectly well, but darn it, she just didn’t listen. Treated as a... (Continue reading)

De Groot nursing home closing

California health officials have determined that the de Groot nursing home for children in San Luis Obispo no longer qualifies to receive Medi-Cal program payments. Its provider agreement ends Oct. 8. After 23 years in business, the state said it... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay man dies following bike accident

A 31-year-old Morro Bay man died last week from injuries he sustained from crashing his bike into a parked car on his way to work. Jose de Jesus Duron was on his way to the Great American Fish Company for... (Continue reading)

AmpSurf hosts big events this weekend

By COLIN JONES Operation Restoration, AmpSurf’s signature event, kicks off on Friday, Sept. 5 and takes place over three days this weekend with several happenings on the Central Coast. Disabled veterans along with other adults and children with disabilities will... (Continue reading)

Doc Burnstein’s hosting Scholarship Day

For the ninth year in a row, Doc Burnstein’s Ice Cream Lab will be awarding scholarships to its hardworking college employees. On Aug. 12, all proceeds from the days sales will be divided among eligible employees. Participants must have a... (Continue reading)



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