More than $10,000 in scholarships was recently awarded to local youth.
The California Women for Agriculture San Luis Obispo County chapter awarded 25 local youth with scholarships to assist with college fees and their 4-H and FFA animal projects for the annual Mid-State Fair.
The scholarships given out this year included: beef, poultry, swine, and sheep scholarships.
“We are working to promote a strong agriculture industry in San Luis Obispo County,” said Kamee Knutson, CWA Chapter President. “Our programs throughout the year raise funds for or scholarship program. I am proud of our chapter for reaching this milestone and achieving new level of funding to support so many young agriculturists.”
CWA offers two scholarship programs- a 4-H and FFA Project Scholarship Program and a Collegiate Scholarship Program.
Recovering in a Templeton hospital after she accidentally drove off a cliff in Big Sur, Angela Hernandez is sharing her story of survival.
A missing persons report turned into an incredible story of survival on Friday. CHP says Angela Hernandez swerved for an animal in the road, resulting in her jeep plummeting more than 200 feet down a cliff.
Twelve people were arrested after the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office conducted a multi-agency probation compliance check.
Officials with California State Parks say one man was flown to the hospital after a dune-buggy collided with a motorcycle at the Oceano Dunes on Sunday afternoon.