Articles Tagged With ‘Travel’




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Supreme Court partially reinstates Trump’s travel ban

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that President Donald Trump’s “travel ban” can take effect, albeit with exceptions allowing some individuals from targeted countries to enter the United States. [USA Today] Monday’s ruling states Trump may bar individuals from six Muslim... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay named one of America’s top beach towns

Morro Bay is one America’s 14 best small beach towns, according to the online travel publication Thrillist. “The best place to stop along the Pacific Coast Highway? Morro Bay, where you can take in Morro Rock (aka America’s Gibraltar) or... (Continue reading)

SLO police chief facing administrative leave

By CalCoastNews Staff San Luis Obispo Police Chief Steve Gesell will be placed on paid administrative leave by the end of the work day, today, Friday, May 8, sources say. It is the first step in what reliable and informed... (Continue reading)

4 ways out of the doghouse

If one of these five great Christmas gifts doesn’t get you out of the doghouse, you might as well put on a flea collar and get use to Alpo. 1. Give the gift of relaxation – an afternoon at a... (Continue reading)

Los Osos man applies to live on Mars

A Los Osos man is vying to attain a one-way ticket to Mars. [KSBY] Los Osos native Spencer Harris, who is currently studying geology at Northern Arizona University, has applied to be one of the first four humans to inhabit... (Continue reading)

Pay TSA, keep your clothes on

Travelers can now pay the U.S. Transportation Security Administration $85 and avoid the hassle of taking off shoes and jackets and removing laptops from cases at airports. [KCOY] The TSA Pre-Check program currently allows select passengers to receive expedited screening... (Continue reading)

The hunt for real food, big guns and safaris

By ROGER FREBERG The search for quality ingredients and adequate cooking equipment seems to be never ending. If you’ve seen Chef Gordon Ramsay’s show “the F Word,” you understand the extremes he goes to raising or hunting for the finest... (Continue reading)

Travel: Following Custer to the Little Bighorn

By DAVID CONGALTON On a steamy hot June afternoon in 1876, Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer, who graduated last in his class at West Point, rode off into the history books as the commander of the worst U.S. military defeat... (Continue reading)

Mount Rushmore: Four heads are better than one

By DAVID CONGALTON There are two places in this country that everyone should experience before they exit. One is the Grand Canyon, and the other has to be Mount Rushmore. Rushmore has drawn millions of visitors from around the world,... (Continue reading)

Measles in San Luis Obispo County

The San Luis Obispo County Public Health department reported on Tuesday that measles has been confirmed in a resident who recently returned from a trip to France, a country which has battled a measles epidemic during the past two years.... (Continue reading)



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