Beautify Cambria Association welcomed more than 100 visitors to its Third Annual Bee Faire on May 6. BCA President Claudia Harmon Worthen offers thanks to the staff, volunteers and Cambria residents who made it a success.
The elephant seals of Piedras Blancas, California, don't have many predators, but great whites and other sharks are known to pray on the giant mammals. The spring season along the Central Coast is prime for shark attacks on seals, columnist Christine Heinrichs writes.
The first annual Community Volunteer Fair in San Simeon, California, was a success in celebrating volunteerism while attracting new volunteers for North Coast community groups, columnist Charmaine Coimbra writes.
An elegant chicken salad recipe brings back memories of mom and leaves you with the benefits of homemade chicken broth and leftovers that can be used for chicken casserole, Culinary Corner columnist Nancy Allen writes.
Letters from Cambria residents for Thursday, May 10, 2018, focus on the Diablo power plant settlement, departure of former Cambrian editor Steven H. Provost, local fire department tax and a recent safety forum.
Small-town newspapers may be overlooked as the media industry continues to change, but holding a paper in your hand is still important to many community members, A Worthwhile Life columnist Dianne Brooke writes for The Cambrian.
Stephen H. Provost is leaving The Cambrian as managing editor effective May 4, 2018, after more than three years in the position. In his final column, he reflects on his time in Cambria and the people who have enriched his life on the Central Coast.
Cambria letter-writers give kudos for Reading 2 Rover program, criticize coverage of town hall meeting, comment on San Simeon master plan, and question the validity of an upcoming fire tax vote June 5, 2018.
The definition of "sustainable" has furthered divisions among Cambria residents over community services district water policy. Sometimes, there's more to a word than meets the eye. This is just such a case.
Emily Torlano of the Cambria Firefighters IAFF Local 4635 writes that the cost of funding three firefighter positions under a June ballot measure will be maintained without generating a budgetary shortfall.