Articles Tagged With ‘Education’

Health and Fitness Expo at Madonna Inn, event photos

The San Luis Obispo Health and Fitness Expo at the Madonna Inn Expo Center is the largest on the Central Coast. The event included more seminars, classes, and events than we can mention here. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event... (Continue reading)

Plane crashes at Paso Robles airport

A single engine aircraft crashed at the Paso Robles Airport Monday afternoon while attempting to land and take off again without coming to a stop. Paso Robles firefighters responded to the crash after the failed touch and go maneuver around... (Continue reading)

Aranguena jumps the gun on Cal Poly acceptance

A candidate for the open seat on the San Luis Obispo City Council, who recently withdrew from the race, may have been premature in announcing future plans. Jeff Aranguena, a local high school teacher, sent out a press release earlier... (Continue reading)

Catholic students practice sadomasochism

In a strange display of domination, a St. Joseph High School student donned a dog collar and submitted to crawling on his knees while another student who performed the dominatrix role led him around the Santa Maria school gym on... (Continue reading)

Brown declares California budget balanced

Governor Jerry Brown said Thursday that the California budget deficit has disappeared, due in large to the passing of Proposition 30. [Sacramento Bee] The proposed balance budget marks the first time since the beginning of the recession that California legislators... (Continue reading)

Balloon Fest 2012, event photos

The sun dawns on a huge group of excited teenagers all intensely engaged and excited by an opportunity to do science and engineering on Dec. 8. Eighty-Seven students in 24 teams from local middle and high schools compete to answer... (Continue reading)

Atascadero student busted for concrete cursive

By DANIEL BLACKBURN At least he can write. An Atascadero High School student was removed from class on Dec. 4 and arrested by local police for allegedly scribbling his name in fresh concrete. The student, who is not being identified... (Continue reading)

Hash oil lab causes explosion in Morro Bay

Morro Bay police discovered a hash oil lab Wednesday after responding to a gas explosion that burned a man. [Tribune] An explosion around 4:30 p.m. blew out the windows of a Morro Bay duplex on the 800 block of Napa... (Continue reading)

California a not-so-golden state

A pair of extensive studies unveiled this week suggest that California doesn’t compare well to the rest of the nation in “fundamental” well-being in analysis of economic, fiscal, educational, and personal factors. The primary report was prepared by Harvard University’s... (Continue reading)

Spending soars on state ballot measures

The top 10 donors to California’s November ballot measures have already spent a total of more than $150 million on the various campaigns [California Watch]. Major donors include politically opposed siblings, a 91-year-old billionaire and a teachers union that has... (Continue reading)