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Sierra Hyland Just Throws' April 9, 2014 With two outs in the top of the 7th inning, Sierra Hyland stares down the Cal State Northridge pinch hitter digging into the batter's box. Cal Poly first baseman Breana West scans the infield, trying to read
The current owners of the business weren't able to work out a lease agreement with the current owners of the building and property, so at the end of August, the neon signs and bar stools a lot of regulars call their home away from home will go.
Patrick's Day 2014 , this year's annual Cesar Chavez Day celebration on Shell Beach was calm and had a considerably low number of attendees. Cesar Chavez Day dedicated to the farm worker unionizer Cesar Chavez is a popular holiday among college
The top 25 percent of each class were picked by their teachers for the school-wide bee. Kathy Castle, part of the PTO, says "Everyone gets a certificate, and it's really difficult to even get into the spelling bee, it's only the top 25 percent of the
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Deals! email@example.com A man who died in July when his pickup plunged off a cliff in Shell Beach had a high level of methamphetamine in his body at the time of the accident, a toxicology report shows. Sean Ramirez, 33, of Los Osos died
You may have noticed some construction at a building along Shell Beach Road. It was once the Old Vienna restaurant then Alphy's Basque Chateau. But come September, Shell Beach Brew House is expected to open its doors. "There will be 30 beers on tap,
The California Highway Patrol says one person is dead after an early-morning accident on Highway 101 North. The accident happened around 4:30 a.m. near McLintocks in the Shell Beach area...One lane of the highway is expected to be closed for part of
Art by the Sea" this weekend to benefit Shell Beach Elementary Posted: Nov 2, 2012 12:38 PM by Dan Shadwell As Shell Beach Elementary celebrates its 50th Anniversary, the PTO and local neighbors are sponsoring "Art by the Sea," a benefit to raise