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Supervisor Compton leads in race for campaign contributions

With two San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisor seats up for grabs, the five candidates running are raking in cash, collecting endorsements and fervently campaigning. [Cal Coast Times] Campaign finance reports for the second half of 2017 show San... (Continue reading)

Atascadero man killed in Highway 101 crash

A 71-year-old Atascadero man died following a rollover crash on Highway 101 Sunday afternoon that also left a 72-year-old woman hospitalized. [Cal Coast Times] Shortly before 5 p.m., Thomas Cahill was driving a 1989 Alfa Romeo convertible northbound near San... (Continue reading)

Man stabbed in scuffle outside Paso Robles store

A Paso Robles man ended up in the hospital and another on the run after a fight outside a liquor store in Paso Robles Saturday evening escalated to a stabbing, according to the city’s police department. [Cal Coast News] Shortly... (Continue reading)

Teens arrested for shooting BBs into a vacant field

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputies arrested two juveniles in Los Osos on Friday afternoon for firing a BB gun in a “grossly negligent manner.” [Cal Coast Times] Shortly before 7 p.m., a 911 caller reported seeing someone shoot a... (Continue reading)

California fielding hundreds of illegal marijuana business complaints

The state of California has received 304 complaints in recent weeks about alleged violations of marijuana regulations, many of which have come from newly licensed pot businesses who say illicit cannabis operations are cutting into their market share. [LA Times]... (Continue reading)

If Adam Hill doesn’t change, it is time for a recall

OPINION by MARK BURNES I wish San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill the very best, and I hope he is sincere in his admissions of aberrance and promises to seek help and regain our respect, but I remain skeptical.... (Continue reading)

California seeking to fine employers for complying with ICE

In the aftermath of the passage of legislation aimed at limiting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids in California, the state has released rules employers must follow or risk fines of up to $10,000 per offense. The Immigrant Worker Protection Act... (Continue reading)

SLO County’s $9.95 million settlement in Los Osos sewer lawsuit

San Luis Obispo County has agreed to pay $9.95 million to a Los Osos Wastewater Project contractor who filed a law suit demanding payment for uncompensated construction work. The settlement agreement is slated to go before the SLO County Board... (Continue reading)

SLO County Court fees give injustice free reign

OPINION by STEW JENKINS Twenty-eight of the fifty-six signers of the Declaration of Independence were lawyers. San Luis Obispo County’s Superior Court Judges have finally answered a question I’ve long pondered. Why were so many lawyers the driving force behind... (Continue reading)

Is Supervisor Adam Hill motivated by empathy or greed?

Self-professed concerns for the poor along with mental health issues have allegedly caused San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill to take a leave of absence from his job, but his history as an elected county official suggests his objectives... (Continue reading)



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