Vol #3 – Issue #1
Third Year Publishing

January 28, 2021

• MBPD Promotes One Officer; Hires Another
• Moving Forward in 2021
• Feeding Students in Need
• Volunteer Extraordinaire Chuck Stoll
• Coffee with Joan
• Police Blotter
• Nester Wanted

Vol #3 – Issue #2

February 11, 2021

• Vistra Proposes World’s Biggest Battery Storage Facility
• Maritime Museum Wants to Expand
• Moving Forward in 2021
• Debut by Local Novelist is Award Winner
• Coffee with Joan
• Police Blotter
• Woods Clinics Open

Vol #3 – Issue #3

February 25, 2021

• Local Schools to Reopen in March
• City Lays Out Pipeline Schedule
• Police Hope Students Fall in Love With New Car
• SLO Axe Co Hits a Bull’s Eye
• Coffee with Joan
• Police Blotter
• Los Osos Homeless Concerns

Vol #3 – Issue #4

March 11, 2021

• Bay Theater to Reopen
• Moving Forward
• Big Changes at Ariana’s Downtown
• Sports Springing Back to Life
• Coffee with Joan
• The Pirates Are Running
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #5

March 25, 2021

• Empty Bank, ‘Opportunity Site’ Goes Up For Sale
• Six-Unit Motel Proposal for Harbor View Site
• Jeff Eckles Living Large on Land and Sea
• Hofbrau Celebrates 50 Years of Delicious Service
• Protecting The Little Ones
• Vroom, Vroom
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #6

April 8, 2021

• Fire Chief to Retire After 38-Year Career
• MBHS Gets New Principal
• City to Complete Dog Beach Buy
• Wayward Baking Feeds the Soul in Los Osos
• Networking Niche
• He’s Got Chops
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #7

April 22, 2021

• Second Cannabis Store Opens in Downtown
• Man Who Revitalized Baywood Park Remembered
• Day-1 SNAFUs Hit WRF Pipeline Project
• Moving Forward: Lost Isle Tiki Cruise and Whale Watching
• Smart Case Arrest
• A Life of Adventure
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #8

May 6, 2021

• County Solar Goes Live
• Moving Forward
• City Changes Tourism Promotions
• Appeal Denied in Drug Rehab Project
• Inn Sold
• Live Music Returns
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #9

May 20, 2021

• Anderson Family Says ‘Good-bye’ to Waterfront
• Changes Across District for 2021-2022 School Year
• Moving Forward
• City Still Going ‘Round on Main/Hwy 41 Roundabout
• Events are Happening Again
• Paul is Back
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #10

June 3, 2021

• Benefit for Project Surf Camp Returns
• City Budget Balanced, Rebounding Quickly
• Moving Forward
• Dust-Up Over Homeless Camp Clean-Up
• Walk for Kristen
• Class of 2021
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #10 – Section 2

June 3, 2021

• Graduating Class of 2021 for Morro Bay
• Graduating Class of 2021 for Cambria
• To The Graduates, from Bruce Gibson
• This year Has Been One for the Books

Vol #3 – Issue #11

June 17, 2021

• Morro Bay Yacht Club
• City-Vistra Settle Lawsuit
• Avalon Commander Recounts Sub’s History
• Cayucos Plant Dedication Set For June 25
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #12

July 1, 2021

• Cayucos Will Have Fireworks July 4
• Pacific Wildlife Care to Move
• Swallowed by a Whale of a Tale
• Working Together to Alleviate the Homeless Crisis
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #13

July 15, 2021

• Police to Restart Community Program
• New Fire Chief Hired
• Re-Launch Wicked Harvest Spirits
• City-Chamber Sign New Economic Development Contract
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #14

July 29, 2021

• Donation Supplies New Books to School Library
• Moving Forward with Dell Franklin, Writer
• Coastal Commission to Hear Cayucos Motel Appeal
• LOCSD Asks for Conservation; Moves on Water Project
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #15

August 12, 2021

• Safe Parking Program Set for Unhoused on Palisades
• Saying ‘Good-Bye’ to No.8; ‘Hello’ to No.9 Fire Chief
• Former Owner Charged with Bribery; City to Review Cannabis Store License
• Library Ready for New Chapter
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #16

August 26, 2021

• Sad Ending for the Lady Maxine
• How to Vote in the Recall Election
• CSD Wants Input on District Elections
• Conceptual Plans for Osos Library Revealed
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #17

September 9, 2021

• Roundabout Tunneling A Major Undertaking
• Keeping up with the Rattlesnakes – Limited Time
• DOJ Reports Condemns SO County Jail
• Moving Forward: Morro Bay White Caps
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #18

September 23, 2021

• Committee Formed to Help Repair Cayucos Vet’s Hall
• New Ordinance Could Impact Homeless Issue on Palisades
• Council Names Jen Ford to Fill Red Davis’ Seat
• Volunteers Wanted for Beautification Project
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #19

October 10, 2021

• College Bound Today Expands to Morro Bay High School
• Hospital Care for COVID Explained by Area Doctors
• Zoom Meetings to Continue
• WRF Landslides to Cost Over $1 Million
• Police Blotter

Vol #3 – Issue #20

October 21, 2021

• City Passes Gun Safety Law
• This Old House Has a Story to Tell
• District Attroney’s Report Critical of IWMA
• CCHD Starts Plans for Future Facility Needs
• Police Blotter