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New landslide on Highway 1 in Big Sur cleaned up

Caltrans Willow Springs Maintenance group reported to Caltrans headquarters in San Luis Obispo that the Chimney Chute slide (20 miles north of the Monterey County line), the newest landslide between Cambria and Carmel, has been cleared and all lanes are open near Limekiln.

Cambrian: Sports

Templeton High tops Coast Union 12-6 on tennis court

Coast Union tennis coach Tom Coxwell reports that after defeating Dunn School so impressively April 11, his squad “had a bit of a letdown against Templeton” on April 12. Coast lost 12-6, but Coxwell is pleased with the continuing fine play by his doubles teams and the fighting spirit of his singles players.

Cambrian: Opinion

Trump’s lavish lifestyle contradicts campaign

There’s an abundance of high-stakes hypocrisy and hoodwinking going on back in the national’s capitol — and in Palm Beach, Florida. While ordinary Americans faced tax deadlines last week, the executive branch was splurging, spending outrageous sums of our money so President Donald Trump can kick back in Florida most weekends.

Cambrian: Opinion

Guest writers are welcome in the Culinary Corner

Every year about this time, I celebrate my anniversary in the Culinary Corner, and this will be my 17th. I can hardly believe it! On each of the major milestones, I wonder how long it has been, and how long I can sustain the excitement with you. Case in point — can I keep meeting deadlines for three more years and make it to my 20th?

The Cambrian

Caltrans will literally roll out new Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge

People anxious for the estimated late-September opening of the new Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge now know what the new structure on Highway 1 will look like, thanks to a series of artist’s renderings. Caltrans has also confirmed the unusual means by which the completed bridge will get from where it will be built to where it will be installed.

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Baby elephant seals eat, sleep and cuddle at the Piedras Blancas rookery

Elephant seal pups grow up at their rookery south of the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse in San Luis Obispo County in February and early March. By mid-March most of the mothers will have departed after four weeks of nursing and fasting, leaving the little ones behind to find their way in the ocean.
David Middlecamp The Tribune
Baby elephant seals eat, sleep and cuddle at the Piedras Blancas rookery 1:56

Baby elephant seals eat, sleep and cuddle at the Piedras Blancas rookery

How Cambria's colorful, often kooky, scarecrows are made 1:30

How Cambria's colorful, often kooky, scarecrows are made

Actor Ed Asner urges Cambria residents to get involved in local elections 2:04

Actor Ed Asner urges Cambria residents to get involved in local elections

Cambria teen found dead in Nacimiento Lake remembered as fun-loving kid 1:12

Cambria teen found dead in Nacimiento Lake remembered as fun-loving kid