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California's Drought, 2014

From the San Francisco Chronicle, Aug. 25, 2014:

California is pumping itself dry.  As the drought deepens, desperate farmers are turning to groundwater, using the supply at nearly double the normal rate.

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Fridays

Boy Injured In Quake By Falling Chimney Recounts Incident

DAVIS, Calif. (AP) — Thirteen-year-old Nicholas Dillon’s screams could be heard throughout his pitch black house when the earth shook and the falling bricks hit him. 469 more words

News

Strategy, fine wine, and the Go-Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma

The 6.0 Napa Valley earthquake Sunday morning stole the headlines from the exciting Verizon IndyCar Series Go-Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma.  Okay, that may have been sarcastic.  625 more words

Opinions

Another Case of Incorrect Journalism

Nicholas Boer gets it wrong in SFGate, the online edition of the the San Francisco Chronicle.  Or was it CAMS director Graham Bench who got it wrong? 214 more words

Press Coverage

INSTAGRAM FAILS TO DELIVER & SO DOES CHRONICLE!

YESTERDAY, I TRIED TO USE THIS ‘VENDING’ MACHINE TO BUY AN EXTRA COPY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. MY INTENTION WAS TO OBTAIN AN EXTRA COPY TO SEND TO MY BROTHER & HIS WIFE IN PHOENIX. 267 more words

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Happy Birthday Randall Shilts

Today is the 63rd birthday of Randy Shilts, the author of the Harvey Milk biography and the book And The Band Played On, of which I can see my copy as I type this.   677 more words

Paso Robles Restaurant Issue

Living in Paso Robles in the midst of wine country and the California Central Coast has privileges beyond what most folks enjoy. We are lucky and I appreciate this immensely. 429 more words

Central Coast