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Posted by David Middlecamp on August 21, 2014
Los Osos has a history of trying to find low-budget solutions to problems, not limited to the long fight to avoid building a sewer.
For example: In spring of 1963, Sunnyside Elementary School had 45 students in a single first-grade classroom; the principal was teaching a combined fifth- and sixth-grade class of 42 students. He was also answering the school phone.
The community failed to pass a bond, and even the school bus had been sold.
Posted by David Middlecamp on August 20, 2014
The war in Europe seemed to be near the end with rapid gains in France.
Posted by David Middlecamp on August 15, 2014
Robin Williams was among the young talents nurtured at Santa Maria's Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, or PCPA.
Posted by David Middlecamp on August 11, 2014
A new front was opened when the south of France was invaded.
Posted by David Middlecamp on August 4, 2014
American tanks were moving in France, a San Luis Obispo pilot survives falling out of a plane; stories from the Telegram-Tribune 70 years ago.