Senate Bill 207 – 2.25.2020

The primary election is one week from today, but that doesn’t mean you have to register to vote before then. You can register on election day itself, which has inspired concerns about ballot harvesting by progressives. An issue which has manifested in recent elections. Meanwhile the laws keep changing. San Luis Obispo county clerk recorder…

Paso Robles School Board 2.25.2020

The Paso Robles school board meets this afternoon and evening at the district office. The board will discuss comprehensive school safety plans for each school in the district. They will also discuss new bus route options. That’s following up on the previous meeting when they discussed eliminating bus transportation for high school students except for…

Atascadero Talk On The Block 2.25.2020

The city of Atascadero and Chamber of Commerce held another Talk-On-The-Block last night at the United Methodist Church at the south end of Atascadero. About 20 people attended the event. City manager Rochelle Rickard described the city’s financial challenges and goals and answered a variety of questions from attendees. Questions were raised about the closure…

Sound Off – Mon 2/24/2020

Dick Mason from KPRL News hosts “Sound Off” every Monday. Dick brings a diverse range of guests to talk about the issues that affect us most. Tune in to the longest running talk show on the Central Coast – now in its sixth decade. Sound Off guest: Friends of the NRA

In Sports 2.24.2020

In college baseball, the Cal Poly Mustangs split a double header against Brigham Young Saturday. That’s after losing the first two games of a four game series with the Cougars. The good news, freshman Drew Thorpe threw another gem for the Mustangs. Thorpe held Vanderbilt to two runs in the Mustangs upset victory over the…

Shandon Barnyard Olympics 2.24.2020

In Shandon, high school students celebrate FFA week Friday with the Barnyard Olympics. Competition held in hay bale hurdlers, potato drop, cow pie toss, feed pan throw, long jump and other events. The finale was a tug-of-war with a five foot deep trench between the teams. The entire high school participated. Middle schools students were…