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Grover Beach Holiday Parade on December 6th

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The City of Grover Beach will be putting on the 2014 Holiday Parade to celebrate the season on Saturday December 6, 2014. We invite you to attend the parade and enjoy the festivities. During the event, the following streets will be closed on Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. until 12 p.m.: W. Grand Ave. – from Oak Park Blvd ... Read More »

Cyclist Identified After Being Killed By Motorist

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In an accident near Paso Robles last Friday, the CHP has identified the cyclist who was killed as 62-year-old Lee Craig from Los Angeles. The man she was riding with was seriously injured and hospitalized. The driver who hit them was identified as 18-year-old Joseph Mondo from Paso Robles. He said he was distracted by trying to retrieve his cell ... Read More »

Woods Humane Society Invites Community to “Holiday Open House”

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  Woods Humane Society invites the community to join us for our annual “Holiday Open House” on Saturday, December 6th from Noon-4pm.This year, they are hosting Pet Portraits with Santa, Half Off Holiday Homecoming Adopt-a-Thon, REAL SNOW, holiday treats and goodies from Pastry Chef Matthew Mimmack, A K9Training and Behavior Series, fun activities for the kids & dogs, and shelter ... Read More »

Los Padres National Forest Braces for Winter

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Los Padres National Forest is bracing for wintry weather.  Forest spokesman Andrew Madsen says heavy rains and swollen creeks can cause serious damage to the roads.  In the meantime, the following roads and trails will be closed: La Brea, Sierra Madre Road, Bates Canyon, Rockfront Area and Figueroa Mountain.  Once the high winds and thunderstorms pass, crews will begin to ... Read More »

Salvation Army Looking for Volunteers

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The Salvation Army is looking for volunteer bell-ringers for various sites around San Luis Obispo County during the holiday season, now through Dec. 24. Volunteers are not required to solicit donations – just ring the bell and greet passersby with a smile.  Shifts are usually two hours. The annual Kettle Campaign is The Salvation Army’s most important fundraising event of ... Read More »

Superintendent of SLO County Schools Julian Crocker’s education report:

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There seems to be an increasing support for “Universal Preschool” for all 3 and 4 years children as a major strategy for improving the “school readiness” for all children.  We’ve talked before about making   this early effort at closing the achievement gap between children in poverty, English Language learners and Foster Children and other children through high quality preschool programs.  ... Read More »

Second Suspect Arrested in Burglary Investigation

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The Morro Bay Police Department has arrested a second suspect in the burglary of a local eatery. The Dutchman Seafood Restaurant on the 700 block of the Embarcadero was burglarized last May in the early morning hours at which time a safe containing several thousand dollars was reported to have been taken. Both suspects had previously been contacted as investigators ... Read More »

Annual Fire Department Toy Drive December 6th in Atascadero

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The public is invited to join the volunteer paid-call-firefighters of the San Luis Obispo County Morro-Toro Fire Station at their annual open house/toy drive Saturday, December 6, 2014, 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM. The Morro-Toro Fire Station is located at 15325 Highway 41, Atascadero.  The open house is in support of CAL FIRE/San Luis Obispo County Firefighter’s Benevolent Association Operation ... Read More »

Driver Warning for Busy Travel Weekend

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The extended Thanksgiving weekend is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. This raises the risk of a potentially serious or even deadly traffic collision. As families and friends gather for the holiday, the California Highway Patrol (CHP), along with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), wants to encourage travelers to always buckle up, avoid driving distracted, ... Read More »

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