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Articles from the May 30, 2017 edition

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 By Zane    Lifestyle    May 30, 2017

Visit Morro Bay mid-week this May and June

The quaint seaside town of Morro Bay, CA invites travelers to enjoy the many benefits of visiting mid-week this May and June! Avoid the crowds, enjoy the food and wine in over 80 restaurants and take...

 By Zane    News    May 30, 2017

Emergency Recall on Refillable Propane Cylinder sold by UHaul in California

U-Haul has received notice from propane tank manufacturer Flame King that its refillable one-pound cylinder is subject to an immediate recall. Flame King manufactures the refillable one-pound...

 By Observer Staff    Crime    May 30, 2017

Both Suspects in Custody After Friday Night Home Invasion Robbery

On May 26, 2017 at about 6:01 p.m. the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) responded to a radio call for service regarding a home invasion robbery which occurred in the 200 block of 19th Street....

 By David Ganezer    Politics    May 30, 2017

City of Santa Monica Proposes Spending 20% More Money Next Year than This Year, Calls it "Sustainable."

The City of Santa Monica just released it's proposed 2017-18 fiscal year budget. I hope you're sitting down, because it's much bigger even than last year's $621 million budget. "The overall proposed...

 By Zane    Science    May 30, 2017

Symposium on Statewide Conservation with Discussions Led by 'Water Maven' Chris Austin

Chris Austin, author of the popular Maven's Notebook website and a prominent figure in California water news, will be one of the featured guests and moderators at Chino Basin Water Conservation...

 By Observer Staff    News    May 30, 2017

Santa Monica Grandmother Awarded Doctor of Education at Cal State LA

When Berenice Onofre Vásquez walks across the stage to receive her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, it will mark a proud moment in a life-long journey for the 70-year-old Santa Monica...

 By Observer Staff    News    May 30, 2017

3.5 Magnitude Earthquake shakes Frazier Park Near Tejon Pass

An earthquake struck Frazier Park in Southern California's Tejon Pass at about 9:15 pm Monday evening. The temblor, which lasted for 5 to 10 seconds, caused pictures to fall off walls and broke a few...


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