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Community turns out to wish city a happy 125th

Celebration includes parade, dignitaries, stagecoach, cupcakes & tons of fun On the afternoon of Tuesday, March 11, 2014, hundreds of community members lined the streets […]Full Article

Residents evacuated for downed power lines, gas leak

Update at 8:37 pm, March 10: On Monday at 5:57 PM, firefighters responded to power lines down in the area of 2nd and Vine streets […]Full Article

Red panda cub found dead at Atascadero zoo

Last Saturday morning, March 1, zookeepers making their morning rounds found one their beloved red panda cubs dead in its nest box at the Charles […]Full Article

Proposed water district hits obstacle in Sacramento

Local leaders meeting with Sacramento politicians this week walked away disappointed after hearing their proposal to form a groundwater basin district may not clear legal […]Full Article

Union Pacific replaces railroad ties in town

Union Pacific Railroad had a crew replacing 15,000 railroad ties on railroad tracks this week throughout the North San Luis Obispo County. A worker on […]Full Article

Wildflower mud means more fun

MORE = Mud, obstacles, run and entertainment 2nd Annual MORE Wildflower mud & obstacle course gets underway April 26 Lake San Antonio will be welcoming […]Full Article

Moratorium on new wells in city extended 2 years

Update March 5, 2014: A moratorium on new wells in the city limits was extended for an additional 22 months this week by city leaders. […]Full Article

City cracks down on aggressive animals

“It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor, or maintain any aggressive or menacing animal which threatens, harasses, or intimidates a person who is […]Full Article

City celebrating 125th anniversary

Police issue traffic advisory: On Tuesday, March 11, beginning at 2 p.m., several streets in the downtown area will be closed to traffic and parking […]Full Article

Hospital nurses honored for extraordinary work

Entire nursing team at Twin Cities Hospital receives ‘DAISY Award’ Fifty nurses from Twin Cities Community Hospital’s Definitive Observation Unit (DOU) and Intensive Care Unit […]Full Article