Articles Tagged With ‘History’

Dems have Assembly super-majority

A “super-majority” favoring Democrats in the California legislature may be just around the corner, a final decision awaiting late counting of outstanding ballots in two close races. (San Jose Mercury News) Such a one-party rule advantage hasn’t occurred in this... (Continue reading)

More Cambria Scarecrow Festival, event photos

During the month of October, more than 200 of the most artistic, creative and lively scarecrows line the streets of Cambria in an event sponsored by the Cambria Historical Society. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would... (Continue reading)

Panel recommends Manson family member for parole

A California prison panel on Thursday granted parole to a former Manson family member who is currently incarcerated at the California Men’s Colony in San Luis Obispo. Bruce Davis, 69, is serving life sentences for the 1969 slayings of stuntman... (Continue reading)

Gearhart pleads not guilty to fraud

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN Onetime Atascadero “Person of the Year” Kelly Gearhart pleaded not guilty to 16 charges of mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering at his arraignment Monday at a federal court in Los Angeles. The... (Continue reading)

Setting the record strait – DANA responds

OPINION By ALAN and HELEN DAURIO We are the Dana Adobe Nipomo Amigos (DANA) Board Co-Presidents. We are writing in response to the opinion column put forth by the Northern Chumash Tribal Council (NCTC). Our community needs to know the... (Continue reading)

Dana Adobe plans disrespects native culture

OPINION By THE NORTHERN CHUMASH TRIBAL COUNCIL On Tuesday, August 7 the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors will make a decision on a land use ordinance amendment and mitigated negative declaration applied for by the Dana Adobe Nipomo... (Continue reading)

SLO County Renaissance Festival, 2nd set of event photos

Royalty, knights and peasants drank grog and made merry at San Luis Obispo County’s most unique festival, the annual Renaissance Festival on Saturday. If you would like to buy a high resolution print of any of these photos, aside from... (Continue reading)

KCBX to stop airing supervisor meetings

By KAREN VELIE KCBX announced they no longer planned to air the San Luis Obispo County Boards of Supervisor meetings in a letter to the county received on Monday. In the letter, KCBX General Manager Frank Lanzone said the station... (Continue reading)

Photos of the Mid-State Fair annual cattle drive

Tradition lived on in Paso Robles Wednesday as the annual cattle drive through city streets signaled the start of the California Mid-State Fair. A riderless horse was led along the route in memory of the late George Randolph Hearst Jr.,... (Continue reading)

Tribe losing permission to climb Morro Rock after news of reburials of unidentified remains

By KAREN VELIE Two sets of human remains, thought to be Native American, have been buried atop Morro Rock by a Salinian Tribal Council member, Salinian tribal members say. Amid news of the reburials of the unidentified bones, discovered near... (Continue reading)