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San Luis Obispo Council of Governments presenting regional transportation survey

–San Luis Obispo Council of Governments is embarking on a program to involve the public in the development of its long-range transportation plan. The 2019 […]Full Article

Precautionary search held at Montana De Oro after abandoned kayak found

Owner of kayak safe –On Saturday, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff‘s Coast Station took a citizen report from a hiker who had found an […]Full Article

Mayors across county support Carrizo Plains National Monument

–Wednesday, on the eve of a scheduled announcement from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke about the fate of national monuments across the West, a bipartisan coalition […]Full Article

State Route 41 one-way traffic control in Kern County

Caltrans will have one-way traffic control for Wednesday, Aug. 23, on State Route 41 in Kern County for roadway maintenance operations. The following closure will be […]Full Article

Local donor creates 25 personalized backpacks for children returning to school

Gift supports families whose children have cancer, disabilities, and special needs –Because of Anita Williamson, 25 children are heading back to school this fall with […]Full Article

Teen who died after surfing accident is identified

Updated Aug. 21, 2017: The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office Coroner is identifying the man who died in a surfing accident on Friday in […]Full Article

Eclipse will cause substantial loss in state’s solar electricity

San Luis Obispo to ‘power down’ during eclipse –Hoping residents will also conserve, the City of San Luis Obispo plans to “power down” during Monday’s […]Full Article

Students receive $340K in Cuesta scholarships

–For the 2017-18 academic year, Cuesta College awarded 239 students with scholarships, disbursing $340,564 in funds to support student success. On Aug. 11, Cuesta College hosted […]Full Article

Cuesta Superintendent/President to retire after 50 years with school

–Gilbert H. Stork, Ed.D., superintendent/president of Cuesta College since 2010, has announced his plans to retire as of June 30, 2018. Employed at Cuesta College […]Full Article

Update: Body found in SUV was being transported for burial, police say

Update posted Aug. 18 Man found dead identified –The Coroner’s Unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man found dead […]Full Article