San Luis Obispo county supervisors agree to spend $2.3 million dollars on jail health services. That includes the cost of a new chief medical officers and more comprehensive health services for inmates.
Suspicious fires burn several railroad cars near Orcutt road in San Luis Obispo early yesterday morning. Firefighters responded around 3 in the morning yesterday. Five rail cars loaded with used rail road ties were ablaze. Deputy fire chief Keith Aggson called the fire “suspicious in nature.” Six months ago, there was another suspicious fire involving…
About 200 people who came out to hear Paul Preston talk about dividing California into two states at the Atascadero rotunda. One urban and one rural. Preston spoke last night to about two hundred people at the Atascadero Lake Pavillion.
A collection of five historic planes visiting Paso Robles flew north to Monterey yesterday afternoon after a three day visit, but Michele Leiperdt says they’ll be back. She says the crew loves the Paso Robles airport….no TSA and great people to work with!
Today, San Luis Obispo county law enforcement honors those who make the supreme sacrifice. A ceremony to be held this morning at Morro Rock at ten this morning.
Sunny today highs near 70 Mostly clear overnight, lows mid 40’s A 10% chance of rain, mostly sunny tomorrow, highs in the upper 70’s
The CIF play-offs for baseball and softball begin at 3:15, tomorrow, however, teams can change the time of their game. In softball, Templeton hosts Quartz Hill tomorrow. Paso Robles travels to South El Monte. Atascadero hosts St. Bonaventure. San Luis Obispo will host El Modena. In baseball, Templeton will host the winner of a wild…
At last night’s Paso Robles city council, the Food Bank was honored by the city leaders. Representing the Food Bank, CEO Kevin Drabinsky spoke to the council and reminded them the Food Bank started in Paso Robles and then grew to be a county wide resource.
San Luis Obispo fire fighters battled a rail car fire off Orcutt road and Laurel Lane this morning. The fire broke out in rail cars early this morning. The cars reportedly are carrying used wooden railroad ties. Firefighters working now to mop up that fire in San Luis Obispo.
The state of the north county. About 200 business and government leaders convened at Springhill Mariott in Atascadero yesterday for discussion of the state of the north county economy. Key note speaker Ken Hira said that brick and mortar retail is not dying, it’s just evolving. He said online sales are only 9% of the…