Coast Union High School graduate and Cambria native Mario Mendoza completed a 100-mile run on the North Coast on Nov. 10 as a fundraiser for his nonprofit Happy Feet and ‘to bridge cultures’ in current climate of political strife.
Nitt Witt Ridge in Cambria, California, is listed for sale. The ramshackle landmark — a two-bedroom, one-bath, 1,200-square-foot structure — is best known as the creation and home of Art Beal, aka Capt. Nitwit (or Nitt Witt).
There’s a nearly total ban now on flying drones or other radio-controlled model aircraft within the boundaries of the San Luis Obispo Coast District of State Parks, aside from a small area north of Cambria.
An expert and volunteers will be cleaning elements of Piedras Blancas Lighthouse lens in early December (weather permitting). It’s the first of several steps toward improved maintenance and protection for the historic lighthouse.
The Cambrian Culinary Corner columnist Nancy Allen provides readers with a pecan pie recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner that doesn’t include high fructose corn syrup and a pear pie recipe that will mix things up.
Despite the painfully complicated online forms and hours waiting at the Paso Robles, California, DMV, I’m thankful for to pass my driver’s test, one of the many things in life I’m grateful for this Thanksgiving, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner.
San Miguel prepares for the Christmas Lights Parade, the town mourns the death of a teacher and the San Miguel Community Services District receives an award for risk management, writes columnist Lynne Schmitz.
Don Canestro, 64, died Friday, Nov. 9, shortly after he’d been diving off UC Santa Barbara Kenneth S. Norris Rancho Marino Reserve in Cambria. He was the resident manager of the reserve for the past few decades.
During Youth Art Month earlier this year, Skyla Delekta was selected as the state’s Middle School Artist of the Year. Now a freshman at Coast Unified School District, she’s contemplating how to use her art talents in her future career.
Harmony, a former dairying hub, is about 6 miles south of Cambria, parallel to and barely east of Highway 1. The 2.5-acre town was defined in a 1997 article in the Los Angeles Times as being “not much bigger than a typical strip mall," but it has