Photos from the Vault
Posted by David Middlecamp on May 21, 2015
My grandmother, Betty Righetti Middlecamp, would never watch and wave when guests left the house. She would say goodbye in the driveway and then head down, pulling weeds; she seemed to ignore friends and family pulling away.
The last time she waved goodbye was when her brother, Elwyn, drove off to war. On Memorial Day, this is his story.
Posted by David Middlecamp on May 14, 2015
Asteroids used to be the top of the video game heap about 1980.
Posted by David Middlecamp on May 7, 2015
As San Luis Obispo celebrates Train Day, former Southern Pacific employee Richard Tanner shares memories.
Posted by David Middlecamp on May 6, 2015
Nazi Germany would only survive a few days beyond the suicide of leader Adolf Hitler. As war wound down in Germany local police were faced with the tragic murder of a six-year old boy in San Luis Obispo.
Posted by David Middlecamp on May 1, 2015
Fame came to Joseph Robert Neal while dangling from a parachute harness snagged in a tree during a World War II training exercise.