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David Boyer enters race for SLO County assessor seat

Former deputy assessor David Boyer announced last week that he is running against San Luis Obispo County Assessor Tom Bordonaro for the county assessor seat. [Cal Coast Times] Boyer, 43, worked as a deputy assessor for five years before recently... (Continue reading)

Lucia Mar staff disbelieved girl being sexually abused by bus driver

Lucia Mar Unified School District officials knew about a bus driver allegedly sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl, but they did not believe the girl was telling the truth, a San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office detective testified in court on... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly students are being less noisy, city says

The city of San Luis Obispo has announced that, in 2017, it received the lowest number of noise complaints on record. Last year, SLO received fewer than 1,500 noise complaints, a reduction of more than 40 percent from 1998, a... (Continue reading)

The nation’s focus on gun violence is misdirected

OPINION by RON ARNOLDSEN This opinion piece will stir the “pot” and will have some saying I am bizarre. However, I choose to think that I have vision and the rest of the country wears bifocals. I am somewhat amazed... (Continue reading)

Transients barricade themselves in attack of Paso Robles home

Paso Robles police officers attempted to remove two transients from a vacant Paso Robles home that is for sale, but the squatters resisted. When police arrived, the transients barricaded themselves inside the attic, and officers ultimately used pepper spray to... (Continue reading)

Developers allegedly planning to build 15,000 homes near Avila Beach

Environmental groups have uncovered an email that allegedly reveals a developer or developers’ plan to strike a deal with PG&E so they can build a 15,000-home community in Wild Cherry Canyon near Avila Beach and Diablo Canyon power plant. If... (Continue reading)

Man attacked Chumash security guard before being shot and killed

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man shot and killed by a Chumash Casino security guard early Tuesday morning as a Santa Barbara resident who was permanently banned from the casino property. Prior to being shot and... (Continue reading)

Five people arrested in public corruption scheme

After discovering the Panoche Water District was illegally disposing of hazardous waste, a state audit was mounted that found widespread corruption and misuse of public funds. [Cal Coast Times] The California Attorney Generals Office announced Thursday that five current and... (Continue reading)

Student with toy gun leads to Templeton school lockdown

Templeton High School was briefly placed on lockdown Friday morning after a student brought a toy gun to campus. Shortly before 8 a.m., a student observed a classmate carrying a weapon, which based on its color and composition, appeared to... (Continue reading)

Santa Margarita man charged with starting the Hill Fire

San Luis Obispo County prosecutors have charged a 75-year-old man and registered sex offender with starting last year’s Hill Fire near Santa Margarita that destroyed four homes including actor Johnny Galecki’s ranch. [Cal Coast Times] David Lynn Macagni of Santa... (Continue reading)



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