Articles Tagged With ‘Fail’

Newspaper publishes phony anti-Lois Capps letter

The Santa Maria Times, on Saturday, posted a phony letter to the editor slamming Congresswoman Lois Capps’ performance and claiming a Democratic Club had refused to endorse the democratic candidate for the 23rd District. “As a Democratic Club we should... (Continue reading)

Weyrich holdings sold

A luxury vineyard inn built by Paso Robles millionaire David Weyrich, and what was once the Martin & Weyrich Winery, have been sold to a Chinese investment group. Weyrich lost Villa Toscana, which had become the centerpiece of his local... (Continue reading)

Oceano woman allegedly delivers marijuana to jail

An Oceano woman is accused of attempting to smuggle a baggie of marijuana to a friend incarcerated at the San Luis Obispo County Jail. Shortly before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, a San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputy arrested Helen Bace,... (Continue reading)

College official falsifies SAT numbers

A prestigious Southern California college admitted Monday that a resigned official inflated SAT entrance scores for the past six years to publications like U.S. News & World Report that use the numbers to rank colleges and universities. [NewYorkTimes] Claremont McKenna... (Continue reading)

Warrant issued for Templeton sex offender

A Templeton man who pled guilty to sexually molesting two children failed to appear at a hearing Monday prompting the judge to issue a warrant for his arrest. Donald Baker, 40, has repeatedly not shown up for his sentencing hearings.... (Continue reading)

Six more medical marijuana cases dismissed

After more than a year of courtroom hearings, the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s office told the court it could not move ahead with its cases against six of the dozen arrested in 2010 for selling medical marijuana. [SLONewTimes]... (Continue reading)

Fight against Dream Act fails

The attempt to block a controversial California law that makes funds available for undocumented immigrant college students has failed to collect enough signatures to make it on the ballot. Opponents of the Dream Act fell 57,000 signatures short of the... (Continue reading)

Federal regulators seize San Luis Trust Bank

Federal regulators shut down San Luis Trust Bank (SLTB) in San Luis Obispo Friday because the bank was critically undercapitalized, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC). At 5:55p.m. Friday, just five minutes before the bank was scheduled to close... (Continue reading)

San Luis Trust Bank facing threat of seizure

San Luis Trust Bank (SLTB) may soon be added to the FDIC’s list of failed banks unless it pulls itself out of a “critically undercapitalized” state, according to federal regulators. The bank’s regulator, the Federal Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS), says... (Continue reading)

Home invader found in bed

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputies arrested a man they found in a bed at a Los Osos residence he had broken into on Wednesday morning. The occupants of the home told deputies a man they did not recognize was... (Continue reading)