Large Turn-Out at New Atascadero Farmer’s Market Location

Atascadero celebrates the return of Farmers Market to the Sunken Gardens. Hundreds turn out yesterday for the weekly event next to the Rotunda. Farmer’s market included locally grown produce, Mexican food and lotions. The Atascadero High School Jazz Band performed, as well as the cheerleaders. Dancers from Motion Academy of Dance also performed on the…

*UPDATE* Bicyclist Struck By Vechicle

Updated: April 6, 2017 9:45am The driver of a vehicle which struck a bicyclist Tuesday morning on San Luis Bay Drive say he was blinded by the sun. The driver of a 2004 Pontiac Sunfire was trying to turn left onto Northbound Highway 101. He did not see the cyclist and struck him with his…

Jaime Umphenour, host

Sound Off – Wednesday, 4-5-2017

Jaime Umphenour is the host of “Sound-Off”, the longest running talk show on the Central Coast now in its sixth decade.  She brings to the show an eclectic range of guests from Authors to Artists, business owners to politicians, and everyone in between. Tune in to Sound Off every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Supervisors Vote On Possible Brown Act Violation

After hours of discussion, public comment and debate, San Luis Obispo County Supervisors voted 3-2 to not ask the District Attorney’s Office to investigate whether the majority violated the Brown Act. The supervisors also voted again to have the county pay for research and planning related to the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Strategy. The supervisors…

*Update* Local Fisherman Leaves SLO County

  UPDATE: South Bay Wild is heading north. The retail fish market made it’s weekly visit to Paso Robles Farmer’s Market yesterday, but the South Bay fishing vessel is near Crescent City on the way to Astoria. Rob Sietz talked with KPRL before he embarked for northern waters. He says the bureaucracy with The Nature…

morning exchange

The Morning Exchange – Tuesday, 4-4-2017

The Morning Exchange; North County’s local news show airs 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. every weekday. Hosts Kevin Will and Dick Mason take a lively, sometimes irreverent look at local issues. Weather every hour around the clock. Call in and let your voice be heard on a number of topics.