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Letter: A new hope for San Miguel

To the editor,  Twenty-one years ago I moved to San Miguel, Our community was quaint and peaceful. People knew each other, you could get lost […]Full Article

Op ed: Jury Trial an epic battle

Submitted by Cindy Steinbeck, Steinbeck Vineyards & Winery –Over the past four weeks, an epic David and Goliath legal fight culminated in a historic jury trial […]Full Article

Op-ed: Look, listen, learn

Contributed by Randy Harris, Battalion Chief / Interim Fire Marshal –As Fire Prevention Week approaches, the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services encourages residents to […]Full Article

Letter: The truth about making San Miguel safer

To the editor, Having read other letters to the editor, I’m surprised at the inaccuracies presented to the public. Overall, the sentiment is something shared […]Full Article

Letter: Let’s make San Miguel safer

To the editor, As I have spent the last few days walking the streets of San Miguel talking to voters and understanding their concerns, I […]Full Article

Letter: Bill Ostrander strong on ag policy

To the editor –I’m not going to debate climate change. Let’s do something about it by electing Bill Ostrander to the State Assembly. Ostrander is […]Full Article

Op-ed: I stand up for victims of sexual assault and abuse

Written and contributed by District Attorney Dan Dow –There are countless reasons why people who are sexually assaulted or abused do not report what happened. […]Full Article

Letter: Small businesses must be offered a reason to stay

To the editor, In response to “Letter: Is the Central Coast one of the worst places in the US for small business?” Agree 100%. This […]Full Article

Letter: Is the Central Coast one of the worst places in the US for small business?

To the editor, I recently read an article that the Central Coast is one of the worst places in the United States for small business […]Full Article

Letter: Diablo Canyon closure will impact the lives of workers and their families

To the editor With the impending closure of Diablo Canyon, I’m starting to get worried about what this really means for San Luis Obispo County. […]Full Article
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