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SLO County could lose $85 million Diablo Canyon settlement

An administrative law judge for the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) issued a proposed ruling against the settlement agreement between PG&E and local government agencies over the expected closure of Diablo Canyon. The agreement that is now at risk of... (Continue reading)

Wade Horton selected as SLO County’s new administrator

Following a nationwide searched, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors hired from within, selecting Public Works Director Wade Horton to be the county’s next chief administrative officer. Horton received unanimous approval from the board at a meeting on... (Continue reading)

I’m pissed off, James Duenow says

OPINION by JAMES DUENOW In what I believe was a travesty of justice, reporters Karen Velie and Daniel Blackburn lost a libel lawsuit for $1.1 million in a trial during which most of their evidence and witnesses were barred from... (Continue reading)

SLO’s manhunt for watermelon painting vandal

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a “vandal” who spray painted a rock at Bishop Peak to look like a watermelon, and if caught, the person could be charged with a felony. [Cal Coast Times] City workers plan to... (Continue reading)

Hill’s reelection, what were the voters thinking?

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE Next Tuesday, Nov. 7, marks the one-year anniversary of a decision some San Luis Obispo County voters have come to lament. No, it wasn’t the election of President Donald Trump, although many seem to regret... (Continue reading)

Baltodano and Marino appointed to SLO County Superior Court judgeships

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the appointments of Hernaldo J. Baltodano and Jesse J. Marino to judgeships in the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court. [Cal Coast Times] Baltodano, 41, of San Luis Obispo, has been a partner... (Continue reading)

Supervisors Hill and Gibson attack board majority, fact check

More than a dozen times since losing the board majority, San Luis Obispo County supervisors Adam Hill and Bruce Gibson have claimed that their conservative counterparts are incompetent, bad to staff and fail to understand the facts. In a recent... (Continue reading)

FPPC finds Grover Beach councilman violated campaign disclosure laws

Councilman Jeff Lee California’s political watchdog sent a warning to Grover Beach Councilman Jeff Lee on Oct. 13, because he failed to end his 2016 campaign with a zero balance and then transferred more than $3,000 to another account. [Cal... (Continue reading)

5 spooky and fun fall recipes

On Halloween, do cupcakes taste better when they’re topped with candy corn? You better find out. Find the perfect Halloween recipes with a little help from Spencer’s Fresh Markets in Morro Bay and Santa Maria. Pumpkin Cream Sandwiches Ingredients: 3... (Continue reading)

SLO City’s assault on our neighborhoods

T. Keith Gurnee

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE Could it be that the city of San Luis Obispo– once considered the “happiest place in America”– is now declaring war on its neighborhoods? Despite the seemingly good intentions of our council members, it would... (Continue reading)



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