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Local nonprofit appoints new CEO

–The Board of Directors at Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County has announced the appointment of the organization’s new CEO, Jenny Luciano. […]Full Article

Project to improve Highway 101 in San Miguel continues this week

–A project to improve eight miles in both directions of US Highway 101 from San Miguel to Camp Roberts in Monterey County will continue on […]Full Article

Kayaking volunteers wanted

—Morro Bay State Park is looking for volunteers who love to kayak to become part of the SeaLife Stewards program beginning this May 2018. The […]Full Article

Law enforcement steps up efforts to combat distracted driving

–Drivers are using their cell phones less often while driving, 10 years after “hands-free” became the law, but distracted driving remains a serious safety challenge […]Full Article

Cottontail Creek Road closed due to drainage issues

-Cottontail Creek Road is closed to traffic approximately 3 miles west of Old Creek Road due to the failure of a 6-foot drainage culvert. The […]Full Article

Fine arts instructor features reimagined journals at Cuesta Library

–Visitors to the Cuesta College library during the months of March and April will be greeted by the artworks of Fine Arts Instructor Marcia Harvey. […]Full Article

The Wall That Heals on display in San Luis Obispo

–On the second annual National Vietnam Veterans Day about 250 civilians and a few military personnel attended the opening ceremony for the Wall That Heals, […]Full Article

SLO County Democratic Party endorses Judge Hernaldo Baltodano

–The San Luis Obispo County Democratic Party announces that it has unanimously added Judge Hernaldo Baltodano to its growing list of endorsed candidates. Baltodano is […]Full Article

County to observe National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

–The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Christopher G. Money Victim Witness Assistance Center will recognize National Crime Victims’ Rights Week during April 8 – […]Full Article

Photos: Lake Nacimiento water levels rising

The Monterey County Water Resources Agency‘s recent report on Lake Nacimiento shows water levels rising from the recent storms. The lake is at 46-percent of […]Full Article