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6 Central Coast students qualify for national rodeo championships

Six high school students from San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties qualified to participate in the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyoming in mid-July. [Cal Coast Times] More than two dozen high school... (Continue reading)

Nine SLO County restaurants win Wine Spectator awards

Lido at Dolphin Bay leads a crop of nine San Luis Obispo County restaurants that were recently honored by Wine Spectator magazine. [Cal Coast Times] In the latest installment of its annual restaurant awards, Wine Spectator honored Lido with its... (Continue reading)

Are hate crimes increasing in SLO County?

San Luis Obispo County law enforcement agencies reported nine hate crime incidents in 2017, three times more than in 2016, according to California Department of Justice statistics. However, hate crimes are not necessarily trending up in SLO County. [Cal Coast... (Continue reading)

Woman and firefighters stuck in quicksand at a Santa Barbara beach

Firefighters freed a 73-year-old woman Tuesday morning who was trapped waist-deep in a temporary “quicksand” at a Santa Barbara beach. [Cal Coast Times] At about 7:30 a.m., the woman called for help from a sandbank at the mouth of Mission... (Continue reading)

Can local dogs break a Guinness World Record?

Members of he San Luis Obispo County Golden Retrievers will attempt to break the ‘largest dog photo shoot’ following their annual Goldens in the Park event on July 14. In April, a group of film makers set the record at 108... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande man identified as victims in fatal Santa Maria crash

A total of four people died following a two-vehicle crash in Santa Maria Friday night, and one of the victims was a 27-year-old Arroyo Grande man. [Cal Coast Times] Santa Maria police have identified Jesse Angel Plata, Jr. as one... (Continue reading)

2,800 people lose power in SLO outage caused by downed tree

More than 2,800 customers have lost power in an outage in San Luis Obispo Tuesday morning, according to PG&E. [Cal Coast Times] The outage started shortly before 6 a.m. The outage was caused by a tree that hit power lines... (Continue reading)

Is SLO County’s ballot producer suspended from operating in California?

By KAREN VELIE The ballot printer for the San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorders Office was suspended from doing business in California in 2017, but continued to print ballots putting six California counties at risk, according to the California Secretary... (Continue reading)

Monterey kayaker enjoys great white shark encounter, video

A man kayaking in Monterey last week was screaming with joy, not fear, when he was approached by a great white shark, not once, but twice. [Cal Coast Times] On July 2, Eddy Willis was fishing for halibut when he... (Continue reading)

How will Jerry Brown spend his $15 million donation war chest?

Having cruised to victory in past races without having to spend all of the funds he raised, California Gov. Jerry Brown is now set to retire while he is still sitting on a $14.9 million war chest. [Cal Coast Times]... (Continue reading)



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