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Cambrians were concerned about 400 piles of forest debris to be burned. Then it rained
A Cal Fire plan to burn hundreds of piles of woody forest debris in and near the Cambria forest of rare native Monterey pines appears to have gone off without a hitch. The plan had drawn yelps of fear and angry protest from people who live nearby, especially on social media, email threads and at a q
This Cambria couple completely transformed their home in just 10 weeks
About a year ago, Jeff and Melinda Baker departed for a weeklong trip to Mexico — and returned to a completely transformed house. It was the final phase of a super-fast, 10-week remodel of their Cambria home, built in 1997.
Have a story to tell? This Cambria wine bar’s new weekly event provides the venue
I love this town. There is so darn much creativity here to stimulate your imagination that you really have no reason to be bored. And I don’t mean just looking at works from the amazing artists here who are quite numerous or watching the well-done plays or other stage performances regularly offered
Looking for holiday activities? Cambria has plenty to choose from
As if you hadn’t noticed, North Coast holiday festivities are in full swing. Sunday, Dec. 16, promises to be a busy day, with several musical events:. • Cambria Chorale’s second performance of its “Holiday by the Sea — That’s Where I Want to Be” concert at Community Presbyterian Church is at 2 p.m.
Temporary Cambria Community Heathcare District administrator resigns duties
Jason Melendy will no longer perform the additional administrative duties he assumed temporarily at the Cambria Community Healthcare District after the September retirement of previous administrator Bob Sayers.
Ceremony in Cambria to honor vets with holiday wreaths at gravesites
Military supporters and other community members will gather at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, in the Cambria Community Cemetery at the hilltop end of Bridge Street for a brief Wreaths Across America Day ceremony honoring veterans, after which volunteers will place holiday wreaths at all military gravesit
Longtime Cambria artist says she’s ‘just playing.’ But the results say otherwise
“Make something out of nothing and do it alone.” These are the guiding words of Ruth Armstrong’s grandmother, wife of Louis Asher, the reporter who famously teamed up with Richard Sears at the inception of Sears Roebuck & Co. Those words set the tone for the super-driven family that gave Armstrong h
Paso Robles Unified School District facing $3 million shortfall
Paso Robles Unified School District Superintendent Chris Williams, who abruptly announced his resignation last week, is leaving the North County school district with depleted reserves and an approximately $3 million shortfall over the next couple years. [Tribune]
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Resort-like development plan for Cambria’s old Air Force base a fire risk, planners say
San Luis Obispo County planners are recommending denial of an application to redevelop the decommissioned Cambria Air Force Radar Station into a resort-like facility. The first phase of BKS Cambria’s proposal would create a 25-space tent-camping facility, with a caretaker’s residence, emergency shel
Paavo Ogren to moonlight as advisor to Cambria
Oceano Community Services District General Manager Paavo Ogren is slated to move to part-time at his current position and begin moonlighting as an advisor to the Cambria Community Services District, according to the districts’ websites. [Cal Coast Times]
Great American tradition of neighbor helping neighbor alive and well in Cambria backcountry
“Our American tradition of neighbor helping neighbor has been one of our greatest strengths and most noble traditions.” — Ronald Reagan. We saw it done as children, and we continue to do it as adults. Up here in these Santa Lucia Mountains, the backcountry of Cambria and San Simeon, some things neve
Crimes in Paso Robles for Nov. 26 - 29 include having wrong plates on vehicle, DUI and battery
Paso Robles police departments arrest logs published Dec. 7, 2018. 01:57: Blanca Irasema Cortez, 38, of San Miguel, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and for being an unlicensed driver.
More Than 1,000 San Luis Obispo County Workers Poised to Strike
Their compensation on average is 17.9% less than similar counties, according to a third-party analysis of pay and benefits. More than 1,000 San Luis Obispo County workers are poised to strike this week, and a third-party analysis of their pay and benefits shows why.
Crimes in Paso Robles for Nov. 16 - 26 include assault with a firearm, willful cruelty to a child and battery
Paso Robles police departments arrest logs published Nov. 30, 2018. 04:39: Transient Jerren Marr Snow, 47, was arrested for tampering/injuring vehicle or contents, disorderly conduct: loiter/etc. private property and violation of probation/terms of probation.
Cambrian Mercantile — offering everyday needs to North Coast residents — opens
At the peak of the holiday shopping season, some people are discovering Cambria Mercantile, the most recent addition to the Cambria Hardware and Lumber complex at 2345 Village Lane, behind the fence at the bottom of the hill.
‘Feels like the first time’: Foreigner is coming to Paso Robles
Want to become a “Juke Box Hero?” Foreigner is coming to Paso Robles next year. The iconic rock band is bringing its Hits Tour to Vina Robles Amphitheatre on June 9, 2019, according to a news release from Nederlander Concerts.
Santa Maria Outlaws win third straight tournament, this one at the Xtreme Diamond Sports Christmas Classic
The Outlaws have won another tournament. The 12-and-under youth team from Santa Maria captured the title at the Xtreme Diamond Sports Christmas Classic in Atascadero on Sunday, winning a third straight championship for the travel baseball team.
Cambria Historical Society paying tribute to volunteers this holiday season
Well, happy 10th anniversary to Cambria’s Historical Museum, the heart of our fair community! We are proud of the many folks who saved the derelict but significant Guthrie Bianchini House onto the National Register of Historic Places in November, 1980, thus preventing the property from demolition or
Cambria native has been named USA Track & Field ‘Ultra Trail Runner of the Year’
Cambria native Mario Mendoza has been named USA Track & Field Mountain Ultra Trail Running Council’s “Ultra Runner of the Year” for 2018. Mendoza has previously won the “Sub-Ultra” category three times.