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Central Coast Pro Tennis Open By

Some of the top women’s pro tennis players descended on Templeton Tennis Ranch last week for the inaugural Central Coast Pro Tennis Open, with $60,000 in prize money awarded. It was a United States Tennis Association (USTA) sanctioned event, the...

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Gettin’ Crabby- With Major League Baseball lumbering along through August, and with LeBron James not criticizing the Cleveland Cavaliers’ organization as of late, and with Ronaldo and Neymar just kickin’ it and with the NFL on the cusp of the...

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Blues Pull Out Win in Front of Chamber Members

The San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce got their members in to a rare Wednesday home game for the SLO Blues at Sinsheimer Stadium July 19. It didn’t look good for the home team through 8 innings against the visiting rivals the Santa Barbara...

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Reunited- “…and it feels so good!” Do any of the five of you who profess to reading words in this space once every two weeks remember the song “Reunited” and the melodic accompanying refrain? Wife Debra doesn’t because she’s too young. Dog...

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AG High Wins County Track Meet

Local high school athletes did quite well competing against their local rivals in the 43rd Annual Elks San Luis Obispo County Track Meet held April 22 at Cuesta College. With some 668 total athletes competing, San Luis Obispo and Arroyo Grande High...