Articles Tagged With ‘Community’

Frosty the hitman

This inflatable Christmas decoration stands guard over a home in the 1900 block of Vine Street in Paso Robles, serving to remind all that these holidays are viewed in many different ways by many different people. Without further comment, CalCoastNews... (Continue reading)

Lessons to be learned in Los Osos

OPINION By JULIE TACKER I find myself wishing more arrests will be made in San Luis Obispo County today in order to bump the unbecoming mug shot of sweet George Taylor off the right side column of the webpages of... (Continue reading)

Point San Luis Lighthouse Keepers

The very Happiest Place in San Luis Obispo County on a rainy day, or on a sunny day, is the Point San Luis Lighthouse (guarding Avila). We learned this when the Lighthouse Keepers hosted our first Victorian Make Merry at... (Continue reading)

California city snubs president, victims of Pearl Harbor

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo staffers accuse city officials of snubbing the president, the “greatest generation,” and victims of Pearl Harbor after they ordered employees to raise flags lowered in honor of Pearl Harbor patriots to full-staff. President Barack... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo’s staff, reactionary and manipulative

OPINION By RICHARD SCHMIDT It may seem a paradox that angry homeowners are leaving the “happiest place in America” in droves and that they’re being replaced by transient renters, with the result that over the past 20 years the homeowner/renter... (Continue reading)

Salinan tribal justice

Salinan tribal justice OPINION By JOSE FREEMAN and GREGG CASTRO This is to comment on an article published in Cal Coast News by Karen Velie on June 26, 2012. The article was entitled Tribe Losing Permission to Climb Morro Rock... (Continue reading)

Atascadero group providing free Thanksgiving dinners

ANNOUNCEMENT by HOMEWARD BOUND A fabulous complimentary Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings is being brought to the city of Atascadero and surrounding communities on Thanksgiving Day. Seating will be from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. at the AARP building in... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles mayor candidate asks for unity

OPINION By GARY NEMETH A door closes and opportunity opens another. I have been very fortunate to have made new friends and rekindled old ones. All have a story to relate if we just take the time to listen. Some... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College students help veterans

Cuesta College communications studies teacher Beth-Ann Dumas is a big fan of experiential learning. For members of her small group discussion class, learning by doing means planning and implementing a project that fulfills a community or Cuesta need. One project... (Continue reading)

CPRN2012 sets candidates’ forum

A political forum featuring candidates for city office in Paso Robles and sponsored by Change Paso Robles Now (CPRN2012) is slated Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Paso Robles Inn’s Grand Ball Room. The candidates’ forum will feature former member of... (Continue reading)