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Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn plays Cuesta College on April 24

Bruce Cockburn had been recording more than 20 years when I "discovered" him and his 1991 album Nothing but a Burning Light, which positively floored me. The songwriting, his voice, his guitar—how could he have flown under my radar for so long? He wrote these...

A dispute over a Cambria CSD well on school district property leads to eminent domain threat

For more than two decades, a well on Coast Union High School's property has produced water for the residents of Cambria—up to 20 percent of the town's water supply annually, according to the Cambria Community Services District (CSD). …

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SLO County Arts Council seeks artist or artist team for Oceano sculpture project

In conjunction with the Clean California State Highway Beautification Program, the San Luis Obispo County Arts Council is seeking county-based artists and artist teams to apply to work on an upcoming sculpture project in Oceano…

Plane crashes in Paso Robles, 3 people injured

By KAREN VELIE A small plane crashed off the runway at the Paso Robles Municipal Airport on Friday, injuring three people. Shortly before noon, firefighters arrived at the airport to find an aircraft flipped on its roof about 300 feet off the runway. There were three...

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Endangered mongoose lemur born at Atascadero zoo

By KAREN VELIE An endangered mongoose lemur baby has been welcomed into the world at the Charles Paddock Zoo in Atascadero. The baby lemur is now on exhibit and can be seen by watchful visitors. For the first three weeks, this adorable lemur will cling to its mother....

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Drones begin mapping unincorporated South County for broadband

Forty miles of fiber bearing broadband services is on the horizon for some neighborhoods in Oceano and Arroyo Grande—but not before a flurry of drones fly over the unincorporated areas to map them. From April 13 to 20, the drones will soar up to 3,000 feet overhead to...

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More than good enough

The Dana Reserve is an environmentally friendly project that will bring necessary housing and infrastructure to South County For all our sakes, the Dana Reserve must be good enough for a 5-0 vote in favor of approval. If it is not, the politicians we have elected are...

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Hero to whom?

The 2024 election is hurtling toward us like a runaway train. The far-right has launched a full-scale attack on alleged "indoctrination" of political correctness that they claim to find throughout public education, from kindergarten through high school and especially...

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Truck plunges into ditch in San Luis Obispo

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A pickup truck plunged into a ditch in San Luis Obispo on Tuesday.  The Dodge Ram truck was hauling a trailer that fishtailed. The pickup and the trailer then ended up in a ditch along Orcutt Road near Tank Farm Road, according to the San Luis Obispo...

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Cuesta College settles whistleblower lawsuit

By KAREN VELIE Cuesta College will pay more than $70,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging retaliation against a whistleblower who came forward alleging misappropriation of public resources, according to sources involved in the case. Filed late last year, the lawsuit...

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San Luis Obispo County board selects new CEO

By KAREN VELIE The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors selected Matthew Pontes to serve as county administrative officer, the county announced Tuesday afternoon. The board is scheduled to formally vote to approve his contract on Tuesday. The county has not yet...

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San Luis Obispo police seeking help finding vandal

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo police officers are asking for the public’s help finding a driver who spun donuts on a ball field at Santa Rosa Park earlier this month. Investigators have identified the black truck that was used to cause significant damage to the turf....

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Storm causes rockslide near bottom of Cuesta Grade

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The weekend storm caused a rockslide near the bottom of the Cuesta Grade along Highway 101 Sunday evening, leading to one car crash. Rocks piled up along southbound Highway 101 close to Stagecoach Road, covering much of the third lane of the highway....

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Cal Poly splits doubleheader with Bakersfield

ESPN +Cal Poly splits a doubleheader with Bakersfield SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - With overcast conditions persisting through most of Friday, the Cal Poly Mustangs kicked off the doubleheader with a fantastic 7-2 win over Cal State Bakersfield, highlighted by Ryan...

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