• San Luis Obispo County Farmers’ Market Association celebrating 40 years

    The San Luis Obispo County Farmers’ Market Association is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month. Local farmers and food artisans will celebrate their success in providing produce from local family farms throughout the Central Coast and the San Joaquin Valley for the last four decades. The celebration will take place Saturday, Oct. 13, during the San Luis Obispo Saturday morning Farmers’ Market in the World Market/Embassy Suites parking lot from 8 to 10:45 a.m.

  • Prescribed burns planned for Central Coast state parks

    The California Department of Parks and Recreation tentatively plans to conduct prescribed burns in several coastal state parks within San Luis Obispo County between Oct. 2 and May 31, 2019. The effort will be carried out in cooperation with Cal Fire, the Morro Bay Fire Department and the Air Pollution Control District.

  • Templeton Chamber of Commerce looking for new CEO

    The Templeton Chamber of Commerce has been looking for a new CEO since Aug. 16, following the departure of Sarah Maggelet. Maggelet had been with the the Chamber for nearly five years, having previously volunteered with the organization and receiving recognition in 2012 for her local web development business.

  • A.M. Sun Solar recognized as Top Solar Contractor in County

    More than 10,600 megawatts of solar power were installed last year in the United States, and local installer A.M. Sun Solar was recognized by Solar Power World magazine for its contributions to the industry. A.M. Sun Solar achieved a rank of 223 out of 450 solar companies on the magazine’s 2018 Top Solar Contractors list and is the highest ranked solar company in San Luis Obispo County.

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PRJUSD Superintendent Williams donating money to teachers

In the wake of last week’s disappointing budget report, Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Superintendent Chris Williams is doing more than throwing words at the problem. Staff in the district, including the administration, was scheduled to receive a 1.5 percent pay increase beginning in the 2018-19 school year. Williams is donating the 1.5 percent he was set to receive into a fund for teacher classroom budgets. Teachers may use the classroom budgets to purchase school supplies throughout the year.

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88th Paso Robles Pioneer Day is Saturday, Oct. 13

Keeping tradition is important to Paso Robles and the 88th annual Pioneer Day Parade on Saturday, Oct 13 provides the community an outlet to share and remember over 125 years of history. Paso Roblans, both old and new, make a point to congregate back home on the second weekend in October and celebrate the town’s history and its people.

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CHP releases description of vehicle in fatal hit-and-run

The Templeton CHP Office is asking for the public’s help in investigating the felony hit-and-run traffic collision that took the life of Nathaniel Weatherly last week. CHP has released a vehicle description. They are looking for a gold-colored Toyota Sienna minivan, with collision damage to the front of it. The year model is possibly between 2004 and 2007.

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Tour de Pink riders set for Oct. 26

A trio of locals is getting set to embark on a bicycle journey of a tad over 200 miles in a fundraising effort to fight breast cancer. More precisely, explains Atascadero resident Monica Hollenbeck, to raise awareness of long-term programs for patients and survivors. Tour de Pink [TDP] is a fully supported, multi-day charity bike ride that raises money for Young Survival Coalition. That is they’ll have support from follow vehicles, meals and places to stay along the way.

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Paso Night Out well attended

A couple of hundred people attended Paso Night Out, a community-police awareness-raising event put on by the Paso Robles Police Department Tuesday night, Oct. 2, in the Downtown City Park. Patrol cars and motorcycles, fire engines, a SWAT vehicle, an ambulance and the Fire Safety House were available for people to not only look at but to sit on or inside. Food was provided by a local church.

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SLO County Airport named Best Airport/Transit Project

SAN LUIS OBISPO — The San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport terminal project was named the Best Airport/Transit Project in Southern California and Hawaii by Engineering News-Record. The County’s airport was recognized on Oct. 11 in Los Angeles. Three panels of judges took weeks to determine the list of winners, reviewing more than 100 projects throughout California and Hawaii and ranking them on their contribution to the industry and community, safety and construction and design quality, and the ability of the project team to overcome challenges.

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Community West Bank opens branch office in Paso Robles

PASO ROBLES — Community West Bancshares, parent company of Community West Bank, Monday announced the opening of the Bank’s newest full-service branch office at 541 Spring St. in downtown Paso Robles. The new branch replaces a Paso Robles business loan production office that opened last year. This is the second branch office in San Luis Obispo County for Community West Bank, which has eight full-service branch offices from Westlake Village to Paso Robles.

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Disney Culture expert joins speaker lineup for Central Coast Economic Forecast

SAN LUIS OBISPO ─ Doug Lipp, retired head of training for Disney University, will join Beacon Economics analysts Chris Thornberg and Robert Kleinhenz on the speaker dais at the 2018 Central Coast Economic Forecast. The annual event will be held Friday, Nov. 2 at the Alex Madonna Expo Center, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. Lipp is a distinguished international consultant, eight-time author, and former head of training at the legendary Disney University. Drawing on his 30 plus years of combined experience at Disney and in private practice, Lipp inspires and challenges hundreds of organizations worldwide. At the Forecast, he will discuss company culture, teamwork and inspiring creative thinking.

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CHP releases description of vehicle in fatal hit-and-run

TEMPLETON — The Templeton CHP Office is asking for the public’s help in investigating the felony hit-and-run traffic collision that took the life of Nathaniel Weatherly last week. At approximately 5 a.m. on Oct. 11, Weatherly, 22, was attempting to walk or run across the Highway 101 when he was struck by an unknown vehicle that was driving southbound on the freeway. Weatherly’s last known residence was San Miguel, but he was believed to be homeless. CHP has released a vehicle description. They are looking for a gold-colored Toyota Sienna minivan, with collision damage to the front of it. The year model is possibly between 2004 and 2007.

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SLO Airport ranked seventh-fastest growing airport in North America

SAN LUIS OBISPO — A new report from international organization Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) has ranked San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP) the seventh-fastest growing airport in North America. With 407,646 passengers in 2017, the San Luis Obispo Airport registered a 23.4 percent increase over 2016 levels. The jump makes SBP the fifth-fastest-growing airport in the United States, and seventh-fastest across the continent. “2017 was a transformative year for us,” said Director of Airports Kevin Bumen, C.M., C.A.E. “In addition to opening our new terminal, Alaska began service to Seattle, and United added both service to Denver and a fourth daily flight to San Francisco. More people flew our existing routes in 2017 as well. This rise in passenger numbers shows how committed our residents are to flying from their hometown airport.”

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    Commentary: Former Paso school district CBO gives his perspective

    As the former Chief Business Officer for the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District, I had the pleasure of working with Field Gibson, Dr. Kathleen Hall, Tim Gearhart and Matt McClish. These four were very active and involved school board members in their interactions with me regarding the requirement to have a balanced budget and to make progress toward the building of the reserve to a minimum of 10 percent.

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    Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce to conduct Business Walk on Nov. 8

    PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce will conduct its first-ever Business Walk from 10 to 11 a.m. on Nov. 8. Throughout the United States, Chambers have utilized this tool as a way to interact with business owners and managers to collect feedback. “Though immediate solutions can’t be guaranteed, conducting a Business Walk will allow us to understand the current status and needs of our local business community,” says Gina Fitzpatrick, President/CEO of the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center. “This information will then help to establish resources that ensure a prosperous business climate.”

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    Letters to the Editor 10-12-18

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    Central California residents may experience sonic boom

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    Letters to the Editor 10-05-18

    I was fortunate to have attended one of the Bill Ostrander and Jordan Cunningham debates, and there is no doubt that Ostrander is our man to represent the Central Coast in the California Assembly.

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    Commentary: I stand up for victims of sexual assault and abuse

    There are countless reasons why people who are sexually assaulted or abused do not report what happened. Lack of a “timely filed” report does not mean the abuse did not happen and those who do bravely come forward must be supported. This is not a partisan political issue. It is a culture issue.

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    Letters to the Editor 9-28-18

    I am endorsing Atascadero City Council Candidate Mark Dariz . Dariz has been my acquaintance for 27 years since the time he started at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

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88th Annual Pioneer Day in Paso Robles

Thousands of people lined the parade route Saturday and enjoyed the antique tractors, floats, horse-drawn wagons, and marching bands during the 88th annual Pioneer Day celebration. Photos by Brian Williams


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