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Morro Bay football coach terminated over comments offensive to LGBTQ community

The Morro Bay High School football team finished the 2018 season 1-9 and win less in their league, and the squad’s head coach was fired prior to the final game last week. Yet, the firing apparently was not a result... (Continue reading)

Teacher accused of filming girls’ underwear resigns

An Atascadero middle school teacher accused of videotaping numerous girls’ underwear resigned from his teaching position at a school board hearing on Tuesday. [Cal Coast Times] Chris Lynn Berdoll, 48, is charged with 44 felony counts related to production and... (Continue reading)

Officer accused of rape leaves Paso Robles Police Department

A Paso Robles police sergeant who is accused of sexual misconduct while on duty, including rape, recently left the department. While several sources said Sgt. Christopher McGuire resigned, city staffers refused to disclose whether he resigned or was terminated. [Cal... (Continue reading)

Waste chief Bill Worrell, targeted in probe, splits IWMA

San Luis Obispo County waste management agency’s board of directors met Wednesday to discuss manager Bill Worrell’s request for an early retirement, only to learn Worrell is already gone. His sudden departure leaves limited options for recovery of his county-funded... (Continue reading)

Nipomo CSD cuts ties with Michael Seitz

The Nipomo Community Services District has cut ties with its longtime legal counsel Shipsey & Seitz and has hired a new firm to provide legal services. Shipley and Seitz provided legal counsel services to the Nipomo CSD for more than... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande teacher accused of having sex with a student

An Arroyo Grande teacher was charged Tuesday with allegedly having sex with a student. Prosecutors charged Tara Stumph, 36, with five offenses — intercourse with a minor, oral copulation of a minor and three counts of misdemeanor child molestation. The... (Continue reading)

Old Mission School vice principal let go

By KAREN VELIE In an apparent response to threats from several parents to unregister their children, Old Mission School in San Luis Obispo announced Tuesday that Vice Principal Margaret Porter will no longer be employed by the school. Old Mission... (Continue reading)

Michael Seitz dismissed as legal counsel for Los Osos

By KAREN VELIE The Los Osos Community Services District is cutting ties with longtime district legal counsel Shipsey & Seitz with plans to retain Roy Hanley with the Morro Bay attorney firm of Hanley & Fleishman. In 1998, Shipsey &... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande city manager terminated

The Arroyo Grande City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to fire its General Manager Dianne Thompson, who the council placed on paid administrative leave last week. Thompson will receive six months severance pay, or approximately $115,000. While the council did not... (Continue reading)

Joe Bowman out as KVEC news anchor

KVEC morning news anchor Joe Bowman is being replaced when the AM radio station becomes part of American General Media (AGM) on July 1. Current owner El Dorado Broadcasters sold the News/Talk station to AGM last spring for $450,000. Bowman... (Continue reading)