Articles Tagged With ‘Pismo Beach’




Mountain lion sighted in Pismo Beach

The Pismo Beach Police department has confirmed a recent mountain lion sighting near Chumash Park. Police are warning the public to exercise caution in the park and surrounding areas. The following are guidelines regarding encounters with mountain lions: • Do... (Continue reading)

This Weekend: Clams, Beer, and Open Studios

“Clam to the Past” is the theme for this weekend’s 65th Annual Pismo Beach Clam Festival being held on the pier and throughout the downtown. Scheduled highlights include the festival parade beginning Saturday at 10 a.m., followed by the world-famous... (Continue reading)

Ed Waage considering supervisor race against Adam Hill

Pismo Beach City Councilman Ed Waage is "seriously considering" challenging incumbent District 3 county supervisor Adam Hill in 2012. Waage discussed the possibility of entering the race Wednesday in an exclusive interview with CalCoastNews. “I believe there is a role for government,... (Continue reading)

Punch Drunk Love at the Cliff’s Resort, event photos

The first Thursday of every month, find love on the rocks at Punch Drunk Love. The Cliff’s Resort in Pismo Beach is providing those without the time or the patience for the online dating scene an opportunity to meet new... (Continue reading)

Fifth Shark sighting at Pismo Beach in 31 days

A fifth shark sighting in 31 days at Pismo Beach prompted officials to post warning signs along the beach. A local fisherman reported seeing a 15 to 20 foot shark near the pier at about about 10 a.m. on Wednesday.... (Continue reading)

Three Pismo Beach shark sightings in five days

Three shark sightings in five days at Pismo Beach have many tourists staying on the beach and out of the water. [KSBY] At about 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, a surfer reported seeing an approximately 12-foot shark in the ocean about... (Continue reading)

Weekend Spotlight: Mid-State Fair

By Karlee Prazak It’s that time of year again, when big name musicians share the limelight with not only cattle, livestock and equine shows but with fried foods, beer gardens and carnival rides. That’s right; the California Mid-State Fair is... (Continue reading)

Pismo attorney pleads not guilty in grand theft case

The Pismo Beach attorney accused of embezzling more than a quarter-million dollars from a deceased client’s estate entered a not guilty plea Tuesday. William Peter Terhune pleaded not guilty to charges of two counts of grand theft by embezzlement and preparing... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach attorney arrested for grand theft

UPDATE: The San Luis Obispo Police Department says investigators have possibly identified additional victims as a result of searches conducted Thursday at Attorney William Peter Terhune’s Pismo Beach office and home. Terhune is facing charges of embezzlement and excessive taking of... (Continue reading)

SLO County projects and redevelopment funds in jeopardy

Under two new state laws, San Luis Obispo County’s five redevelopment agencies stand to lose a combined $4.5 million within the next year alone and several projects may be in jeopardy—that is if the law prevails over looming legal challenges... (Continue reading)