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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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New Dragons in Morro Bay

Morro Bay has two new dragons plying its harbor waters. The Central Coast Dragon Boat Association on May 28 christened their new dragon boat canoes with a ceremony honoring a tradition over 2,000-years old. The Dragon Boat Association, and its competition paddle team,...

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A Community Remembers Bill Peirce

The funeral program from the service for Bill Pierce. Indulge me with Remembering Bill Peirce Part 2. Journalist Neil Farrell summed up his life best in EBN’s ( June 02 issue. It stated, “In retrospect, a biography … would be almost too fantastic...

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County Awards Grant for Los Osos Groundwater Study

County Supervisors recently awarded a grant to the help pay for a new study on Los Osos’ water basin, in an attempt to further management of the town’s sole source of drinking water. The County awarded $150,000 to the Los Osos Community Services District, “for the...

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More Money Dumped Into Closed Landfill

It’s the trash heap that just keeps on giving. County Supervisors will dump another $414,000 buying equipment in the continuing monitoring of the long closed Los Osos Landfill.  County Utilities Division Manager, Francesca Devlin, asked Supervisors to approve a...

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Supervisor Majority to Flip

A political flip appears to be coming on the County Board of Supervisors, but there’ll be no changes to the Morro Bay City Council, according to unofficial election results from the SLO County Clerk-Recorder’s Election’s Office. Dist. 2 Supervisor Bruce Gibson appears...

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CHP is Hiring

With college graduations in progress across the state, the Highway Patrol is opening up a campaign to try and boost its ranks with young, adult men and women. The CHP has launched a multi-year recruitment campaign — “Join the CHP 1,000” — to fill some 1,000 vacant...

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Guardrail Project Awarded

Motorists will soon have some roadwork to drive carefully through as the County begins a project to replace and upgrade guardrails, with Cambria and Los Osos receiving most of the work. County Supervisors recently approved the “Metal Beam Guardrail Upgrade Project,”...

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News Briefs 6-16-2022

Hearst Donation to French  A $500,000 donation from Steve and Barbara Hearst could save lives throughout the county. French Hospital Medical Center (FHMC) received the donation for their Beyond Health campaign. The funds will support the hospital’s current $150...

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City Hires New Maintenance Super

Travis “Dale” Simpson is the new maintenance superintendent with the City of Morro Bay. He started work June 6 and will be in charge of the City’s 12-man maintenance crew. Submitted photo The City of Morro Bay has completed filling its Public Works management team...

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