Jaime Umphenour, host

Sound Off – Thu 4/12/2018

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.

In Sports 4.12.2018

The Atascadero Greyhound baseball team, under new head coach Jonathon Thornhill, beat Paso Robles 3-2 last night. Sophomore Justin Voss the winning pitcher for the Greyhounds. Cabrillo baseball team beat Templeton 4-2 yesterday in Lompoc. The Templeton softball team plays at Orcutt tomorrow afternoon. The Eagles are 13-0. The Spartans 9-7. Signing day at Paso…

Atascadero Zoo 4.12.2018

It’s all happening at the zoo. Two big events coming up later this month at the Atascadero zoo. Party for the Plant April 21st. Brew at the Zoo April 28th. $30 if you buy tickets today for Brew at the Zoo. $35 at the door the day of the event, however, there may not be…

Sheriff’s Debate 4.12.2018

Supporters of Ian Parkinson packed the supervisors chambers at the county government center for a debate between the sheriff and challenger Greg Clayton, who retired as a San Luis Obispo police officer 25 years ago. Those attending the debate said that Greg Clayton is a one issue candidate. On most issues he agreed with the…

Georgia Brown 4.12.2018

Another blunder by the Paso Robles school district administration. KSBY TV reporting that school children at Georgia Brown elementary school went unsupervised Monday. Playground monitors who were supposed to provide yard duty supervision during lunch break were ordered to attend a meeting about yard duty. The kids were completely unsupervised in a dangerous neighborhood. School…

Beechwood Development 4.12.2018

A packed house at the Virginia Peterson elementary school yesterday for a discussion of the Beechwood specific plan. Maps of the specific plan hung around the multi-purpose room. Dick Mckinley of the public works department and Susan de Carli of the planning department answered questions from interested neighbors. The proposal calls for 915 homes between…