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Rain, flooding did plenty of damage in Cambria

On Sunday into early Monday, from 1.5 to 6 inches or more of rain fell on the North Coast area within about 24 hours, depending on the area. Various North Coast roadways, including Highway 1, Santa Rosa Creek Road and some of Cambria’s residential and downtown streets took a beating.

Cambrian: Opinion

Broken foot an even bigger challenge in the hills

Recently, after a hair-raising two-day mule ride to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and back, which I surprisingly survived, I managed to slip in our Grand Canyon hotel room and break my foot. After a two-day car ride home at the beginning of Thanksgiving week, I expected my chances of getting an appointment with a surgeon would be slim to none. Luckily, I was able to get surgery scheduled fairly quickly, all things considered.

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Package theft from Cambria front porch draws concern

The theft of a package from a front doorstep, caught on security camera, draws concerns in Cambria. Anyone with information about the theft, or any related package or mail theft, is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 549-STOP (7867) or the county Sheriff’s Office at 781-4550.

Cambrian: Opinion

A poem to kick off the new year on a positive note

As I sat and reviewed this year past, as the news came over the radio by my bedside, as I sat in the company of dear friends, I realized how blessed I am but how much work there is for me to do — for all of us. It helps me to frame it in such a way as, “How is this task I’m doing positively impacting someone else?” rather than just viewing it as a drag or overwhelming. So this came to my mind this morning …

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

Now in its eighth year, the Cambria Scarecrow Festival features more than 500 colorful, often kooky scarecrows on display for the month of October. Retired teacher Christine “Chris” Fischer talks about the inspiration and construction process behind her scarecrows.
Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
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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

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Drones used to count gray whales off Piedras Blancas