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Energy tips for a greener, merrier holiday

Tips from emPower San Luis Obispo Being conscious of your home’s energy efficiency this holiday season doesn’t mean being a “Scrooge.” In fact, following these […]Full Article

Beware of holiday fire risks

Homeowners take note: Holiday fire risk increases after christmas day Most homeowners are aware holiday decorations should be used with care. Each year, statistics tell […]Full Article

Caltrans offers rainy day driving tips

Tips for driving in the rain In stormy conditions, it is more difficult to see other vehicles, road signs and the road itself. It is […]Full Article

Holiday lighting and safety tips

Letter to the editor In the days following Thanksgiving, many families will begin the festive tradition of lighting their homes and businesses for the holiday […]Full Article

Letter: Congrats to county clerk-recorder

Letter to the editor The League of Women Voters congratulates Julie Rodewald and her staff on another successful election season. Under Ms. Rodewald’s consummate direction, […]Full Article

Setting the record straight on bogus claims about exporting our water

Letter to the editor Enough is enough. We have been silent for too long and it is time to directly address the baseless accusations made […]Full Article

Letter: Quiet title action is to protect right to water

Letter to the editor The opinion expressed by Robert Brown in his Nov. 3, 2014 article entitled “Basin Adjudication Does Not Solve Our Groundwater Problems” […]Full Article

Letter: City fathers would roll over in their graves

Letter to the editor The Chamber of Commerce had a candidate for the City Council and it was very telling about the changes that have […]Full Article

Adjudication of our basin does not solve our groundwater problems

Letter to the editor By Bob Brown Paso Robles Laurie Gage’s fact-based analysis which exposed the fallacy that adjudicated basins are better managed obviously struck […]Full Article

Former Cuesta College executive questions $275 million bond

Letter to the editor By William Benjamin Former Executive Director of Human Resources at Cuesta College Cuesta College is asking the property owners of San […]Full Article
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