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De Groot nursing home closing

California health officials have determined that the de Groot nursing home for children in San Luis Obispo no longer qualifies to receive Medi-Cal program payments. Its provider agreement ends Oct. 8. After 23 years in business, the state said it... (Continue reading)

The case against Measure G

OPINION By T. KEITH GURNEE and DODIE WILLIAMS The City of San Luis Obispo and the supporters of Measure G are pulling out all the stops to convince city voters to approve a ½ percent sales tax increase on Nov.... (Continue reading)

SLO police nab Elks Lodge burglar

San Luis Obispo police arrested two people early Wednesday morning in connection with the burglary of the Elks Lodge in San Luis Obispo. Shortly after 4 a.m., officers responding to a burglar alarm at the Elks’ Lodge discovered a man... (Continue reading)

SLO Council candidates differ on tax measure

Of the eight candidates vying for a seat on the city council, five said they are in favor of continuing a half-percent sales tax for another eight years during a forum hosted by the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce... (Continue reading)

Aircraft makes emergency landing at SLO County Airport

An airplane carrying 30 passengers made an emergency landing at the San Luis Obispo County Airport on Sunday evening, Cal Fire said on Twitter. Shortly after 5 p.m., emergency units were staged at the airport because passengers on the plane... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo residents facing tax fatigue

OPINION By SLO COUNCILMAN DAN CARPENTER On Nov. 4, San Luis Obispo voters will be voting on three local tax/bond measures. A new ½ percent city sales tax (Measure G), a $177 million San Luis Coastal Unified School District bond,... (Continue reading)

SLO issuing $8.3 million highway interchange bond

The city of San Luis Obispo will issue $8.3 million in lease revenue bonds to secure the final funding needed to widen a busy interchange at the edge of town. Plans have been in the works for more than a... (Continue reading)

Al Moriarty sentenced to 5 years

A San Luis Obispo judge sentenced Grover Beach financier Al Moriarty to a five-year county jail sentence Thursday, but the convicted felon will likely have to remain behind bars for just a little more than a year. [KSBY] Last month,... (Continue reading)

Animal lovers storm courtroom in steer burning case

A swarm of animal rights activists gathered in a San Luis Obispo courtroom Thursday to call for the conviction and maximum punishment of a man accused of setting a steer on fire last year in Paso Robles. [KSBY] On October... (Continue reading)

SLO’s Measure G deserves a yes

OPINION By CLINT PEARCE, ANDREA PEASE and PIERRE RADEMAKER As the co-chairs of SLO Citizens for Measure G, we firmly believe that Measure G will benefit all San Luis Obispo residents and therefore deserves the community’s support. As a reminder,... (Continue reading)



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