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New Times has new editor

San Luis Obispo’s weekly New Times has a new editor. He’s Ed Connolly, according to New Times General Manager Bob Rucker. Ryan Miller will return to his old post at New Times’ sister publication, the Santa... (Continue reading)

Quiescent county Web site stirring suspicions

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN A Web site maintained by San Luis Obispo County’s Clerk-Recorder’s office – which provides property deed transaction data and other public information and is routinely updated weekly -- has been... (Continue reading)

Free speech at county animal shelter put to sleep

By DANIEL BLACKBURN If you’re a volunteer at the San Luis Obispo County animal shelter, you can bark, but you might get bitten. Volunteers at the Animal Services Division (ASD) facility have been muzzled, prohibited from speaking... (Continue reading)

Following Three Bells Winery money trail helps explain why DA, FBI are interested in Estate

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN Angry investors wondering where their money went after funding Estate Financial of Paso Robles may be on the road to an eventual explanation. Whether that translates into returns for those who... (Continue reading)

CAL POLY/SAUDI UPDATE: No-go plan pending

BY KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN A controversial proposal to partner Cal Poly’s College of Engineering with a Saudi Arabian university is hurtling toward resolution next week… maybe. Current plans, which have drawn nationwide attention and generated... (Continue reading)

1st Choice Mortgage bites the dust

Another San Luis Obispo-based lender, Cameron Financial Group’s 1st Choice Mortgage, has failed, and San Luis Trust Bank is hit for $1 million. Pacific Coast Business Times staff writer Stephen Nellis provides the alarming details. www.pacbiztimes.com/index.cfm... (Continue reading)

Dalido accelerates bid to develop his property

By KAREN VELIE Ernie Dalidio’s legal team launched a new offensive last week to reinstate Measure J and asked a judge to reconsider a second negative ruling in the rancorous fight over development of his San... (Continue reading)

Murdered ASH patient worried about alleged killer who just lost major court appeal

By DANIEL BLACKBURN The man suspected of strangling a fellow Atascadero State Hospital (ASH) patient to death with a towel over the weekend was on the losing end of an important, recent California Fourth District Court... (Continue reading)

SLO County pension plan bleeding; is it unbowed?

SECOND IN A SERIES By DANIEL BLACKBURN County supervisors soon will learn that its hemorrhaging employee pension plan may find partial redemption by buying into in a struggling investment marketplace. But the plan’s top executive said Tuesday he... (Continue reading)

Dalidio eyes RICO lawsuit against development foes, alleges unfair business practices

By KAREN VELIE Local developers illegally interfered with the development of Ernie Dalidio’s property, costing him millions of dollars in lost revenue, the San Luis Obispo farmer claimed in court declarations filed earlier this month. At the... (Continue reading)



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