Current News

Bank Building Sold to Coffee Company

A family-owned coffee house company has bought the former Bank of America building at the corner of Morro Bay Boulevard and Monterey Avenue, announcing plans to turn it into a coffee roasting plant, coffee shop, bakery and restaurant. Jon and Sara Peterson, a...

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Committee Formed to Help Repair Cayucos Vet’s Hall

A rendering of what the front of a rebuilt Cayucos Vets Hall would look like. With the heart of its community closed indefinitely, Cayucos citizens are once again stepping up, as they did with the rebuilding of the iconic Cayucos Pier. Local residents have formed the...

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Council Names Jen Ford to Fill Red Davis’ Seat

As anticipated, the Morro Bay City Council appointed a political ally to its vacant council seat, after the death in office of Robert “Red” Davis in July.The City got just two applications to fill the vacant seat — Sean Green and Jen Ford — naming Ford, a planning...

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Volunteers Wanted for Beautification Project

The current state of the median that will be overhauled on Los Osos Valley Road near South Bay Boulevard. Green thumbs and garden enthusiast are wanted to help create a landscape oasis at what is considered the entrance to Los Osos. The median on Los Osos Valley Road...

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Honor Farm to Get Body Scanner

The County Sheriff’s Department will redirect the balance of a grant to fight COVID-19 in the jail after its anticipated expenses for things like overtime for correctional deputies was lower than anticipated. The department applied for a Coronavirus Emergency...

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Bombshell Dropped in Meeting on Stacks

Will the Morro Bay smokestacks be torn down as an industrial eyesore or left up as a nostalgic landmark? The Morro Bay City Council began exploring that question at a recent online meeting that featured a near bombshell revelation — if they stay, the City will be...

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Diablo Canyon Closure to Cost $3.9 Billion

Pacific gas & Electric’s plan for decommissioning the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant was approved by a state agency, and perhaps not surprising, ratepayers will pay a sizable share of the multiple billions it will cost. On Sept. 9, PG&E announced that the...

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Tunneling Job Hit a Snag

A massive tunneling job to route the pipes underneath the roundabout in Morro Bay as part of the Water Reclamation Facility project has a new problem to deal with. Alas, it would seem that Mr. Murphy isn’t done with the Morro Bay Water Reclamation Facility project....

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Events and Activities

Beautify Cambria and Dark Sky Initiative, in tandem with the International Dark Sky Association, will host a first-of-its-kind astrophotography event for the Central Coast, an educational and fun evening for adults and children alike. Savor the Stars endeavors to...

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New Logo for a New Future

A local wildlife rehabilitation non-profit organization has a new logo to guide it into the future, which includes building a new facility in rural San Luis Obispo. Pacific Wildlife Care (PWC) recently unveiled its new logo designed and donated by Heather Barbis,...

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