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No new Civil War – the revolution already happened

OPINION by MIKE F. BROWN Recently there has been a growing epidemic of media handwringing about the divisiveness of American politics. Pundits on both the left and right worry that the country has never been as divided since the decade... (Continue reading)

Jordan Cunningham bucks his base on cap-and-trade

While nationally Republicans are attempting to roll back climate polices, Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham of Templeton joined seven other Republican legislators in voting to support Governor Jerry Brown’s cap-and-trade program. The vote has led to a backlash against the eight Republican... (Continue reading)

Truck driver gets six years for deadly Christmas Eve crash

A Las Vegas truck driver received a six-year prison sentence for several vehicular manslaughter convictions stemming from a 2014 Christmas Eve crash that killed four San Miguel residents. Philip Ken Trujillo, 57, entered court on Thursday attempting to get a... (Continue reading)

Former Arroyo Grande teacher sues student she had sex with

A former Arroyo Grande High School culinary arts teacher who is currently in jail for having sex with an underage student has filed a lawsuit against the teen with whom she had intercourse. The former teacher alleges the teen defamed... (Continue reading)

Person killed in Atascadero crash

One person died Wednesday in a single-car crash on Highway 41 near Old Morro Road in Atascadero. Shortly before noon, the victim’s vehicle hit a tree after going off the road. Responders pronounced the victim dead at the scene. Authorities... (Continue reading)

Progressives win battle for SLO County Democratic Party Chair

Following months of battling for control of the San Luis Obispo County Democratic Party, the SLO County Progressives have taken over the helm of the local party. On Monday, the SLO County Democratic Party elected Rosemary Canfield, the choice of... (Continue reading)

Fire causes evacuations in Cambria

A vegetation fire prompted evacuations in Cambria Tuesday afternoon. But, firefighters managed to completely contain the blaze and limit the amount of area it burned to three acres. The blaze, which was dubbed the Bridge Fire, broke out around 1... (Continue reading)

SLO Council gives approval for Grossman’s San Luis Ranch

The San Luis Obispo City Council endorsed developer Gary Grossman’s San Luis Ranch project on Tuesday. The proposed development will now go before the SLO County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO), which will consider a request by the city to... (Continue reading)

Has CalCoastNews been taken over?

Rumors that San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill, blogger Aaron Ochs and/or Charles Tenborg have taken over CalCoastNews are false. On June 19, Charles Tenborg registered an LLC that appears to be affiliated with operating CalCoastNews. After Tenborg registered... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande High School principal resigns

The principal of Arroyo Grande High School is resigning and taking a job as an elementary school teacher. [Tribune] Conan Bowers announced his resignation to Arroyo Grande High School staff last week. Bowers will shift to a classroom teacher position... (Continue reading)



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