Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo County’




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6 great places to celebrate New Year’s Eve on the Central Coast

With New Year’s Eve fast approaching, it is time to finalize your plans for welcoming the New Year in style. On the Central Coast, there are so many fantastic places to celebrate the passing of one year and the arrival... (Continue reading)

Prison inmate from Paso Robles escapes

A two-strike offender from Paso Robles is on the loose after escaping Pleasant Valley State Prison in Coalinga on Monday. Brian Dill, 33, was being housed in the the minimum-security facility at the state prison. Correctional officials discovered Dill was... (Continue reading)

SLO County Democrats: mastering the road ahead

OPINION by STEW JENKINS Editor’s note: A column by Democrat Stew Jenkins will run in CalCoastNews every other Thursday, rotating with a column by Republican Mike Brown. Shock! Democrats are tired of focusing on the reaction for San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

Earthquake near Templeton awakens North County residents

A magnitude 3.9 earthquake rattled the Central Coast and woke up numerous North County residents early Wednesday morning. It struck at 3:58 a.m. with an epicenter 5.6 miles west of Templeton, 8.7 miles southwest of Paso Robles and 9.3 miles... (Continue reading)

SLO County schools concerned with post-election hate speech

In the aftermath of President-elect Donald Trump’s victory in last month’s election, the superintendent of San Luis Obispo County schools is warning local students against demonstrating racism and using hate speech. [Tribune] Though it does not appear the incidents resulted... (Continue reading)

Hundreds of marijuana growers register with SLO County

More than 400 marijuana growers, the majority of whom are based in eastern San Luis Obispo County, have met a deadline to register their grows with county officials. The recent passage of marijuana legalization initiative Prop. 64 grants individuals the... (Continue reading)

Employee costs and pension liabilities accelerating in SLO

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The city of San Luis Obispo’s unfunded pension liabilities have risen to $126 million, more than the rest of the cities in SLO County combined. After the bottom fell out of the housing market, the majority of... (Continue reading)

Speeding thieves nearly rear-end cop on Highway 101

Eight Santa Maria residents traveling in a stolen SUV nearly rear-ended an officer Monday evening on Highway 101 after coming up behind his vehicle at a speed of 94 mph. [KSBY] After evading an accident, the police officer stopped the... (Continue reading)

PG&E to pay local agencies more for Diablo Canyon closure

PG&E has upped its financial settlement offer, proposing to dole out $85 million, rather than $49.5 million, to compensate local government agencies that stand to lose tax revenue as a result of the planned closure of Diablo Canyon power plant.... (Continue reading)

Talking turkey at Thanksgiving in the year of Trump

Opinion by Steve Brody, Ph.D. Whether here in SLO County or New York City, a good therapist doesn’t tell you what you want to hear. He tells you what you need to know. So after specializing in couples therapy for... (Continue reading)



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