In Sports 10.11.2017

The Templeton Eagles volleyball team beat Lompoc 3-0 to improve to 10-0 in conference, 19-4 overall. They play Thursday at Morro Bay. Paso Robles beat Pioneer Valley 3-0. The Bearcats are now 5-5 in conference. Atascadero beat Mission Prep 3-1. The Greyhounds are now 9-1 in league play.

Cuesta College Grant 10.11.2017

Cuesta college receives a $2.5 million dollar grant to expand a program for Hispanic students interested in becoming teachers. Cuesta is designated as a Hispanic serving institution. It was the only community college in California to receive the grant. More than a third of Cuesta’s student population is Hispanic. Latino or Hispanic students interested in…

Atascadero and Cannabis 10.11.2017

Atascadero city council wrestles with issues related to the sale and cultivation of cannabis. The council discussed all kinds of issues, including how homeless people would have cannabis delivered to them, and if deliveries could go to private businesses or only private residences. The vote came after lengthy discussion and it was unanimous. Thus, Atascadero…

In Sports 10.10.2017

The Templeton girls volleyball team puts its perfect 9-0 league record on the line tonight, hosting Lompoc at 5:30. The Eagles are 18-4 this season overall. In other girls volleyball games: The Atascadero Greyhounds host Mission Prep at six tonight. The Greyhounds are 6-1 in conference. The Paso Robles Bearcats host Pioneer Valley at six.…

Indigenous People’s Day 10.10.2017

About 50 people gathered at sunrise in Laguna Lake Park yesterday morning to celebrate Indignenous People’s Day in San Luis Obispo. It was the first Indigenous People’s Day in the city. The group sang songs in the language of the northern Chumash tribe. Although Columbus became a federal holiday in 1937, the city of San…

Naked Man Arrested 10.10.2017

A naked man running on highway 101 Sunday night was arrested by the California Highway Patrol. 45-year-old Jehova Creed Jr. was running around 101 south of the Spring Street off-ramp. Authorities stopped northbound traffic until they could take him into custody. Creed is described as a Hispanic transient with warrants out of Kansas and a…

Jordan Cunningham 10.10.2017

A bill by assemblyman Jordan Cunningham to close loopholes in the state’s sex offender registry is signed into law by the governor. The bill requires people “who use deceit or immigration status as a means to prey on innocent victims to register as sex offenders” in the Megan’s Law data base. The governor signed the…

Roundabout 10.10.2017

Thursday evening, Cal Trans will conduct a meeting regarding a proposed roundabout at the highway 46 / Vineyard drive intersection. Jim Shivers of Cal Trans says the meeting Thursday will allow the public to learn more about this project and ask questions of Cal Trans safety engineers. The formal presentation begins Thursday evening at six…