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Weather 12.17.2018

Any rainfall at your place overnight? John Lindsay of PG and E says we’ll see a few showers today, diminishing tonight. Total rainfall will range between one half inch to about one and a quarter inch. That’s from the system that arrived last night, tapering off tonight. Then we’ll get sunny weather through the rest…

In Sports 12.14.2018

Two north county water polo players honored for their play with Cuesta college. Both women are from Atascadero. Sophomore Faith Archibald named Cuesta’s MVP. She also earned All America Honors. She had 87 goals and 38 assists this season. Freshman goal tender Tina Bell was named to the All Western State conference second team. She…

Marshalls Closing 12.14.2018

After nearly 130 years, Marshalls Jewelers is closing in downtown San Luis Obispo. The jewelry store has had four owners over the last 129 years. Jeff Mckeegan says the store will celebrate its 130th Christimas on December 25th. Mckeegan started working at Marshalls Jewelers in 1981. He bought the store in 1993. He said he…

Santa Maria Farm 12.14.2018

A farm in Santa Maria is identified as the source of the romaine lettuce E Coli outbreak that made 59 people sick. The Adams Brothers Family Farms is one of eight on the central coast which the centers for disease control is investigating. The CDC says it’s found the outbreak strain of E Coli in…

Diablo 12.14.2018

PG and E needs another $1.6 billion dollars to close the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. In its nuclear decommissioning proceedings files yesterday, the company says the total cost of closing Diablo will be about $4.8 billion dollars. That’s up from $3.8 billion which PG and E estimated in 2015. For years, PG and E…

County Workers 12.14.2018

Many county workers who walked out on strike this week are returning to work today for the county. On Tuesday, members of the San Luis Obispo county employees association picketed outside the county building. Dozens of others entered the chamber and talked about their lives. Cal Coast news did an investigation into how much those…

Templeton Living Nativity 12.14.2018

Beginning this evening, the Living Nativity returns to Main street in Templeton. Pastor Charlie Little encourages families to come out to see the animals and people participating in the Living Nativity. It’s at seven each night, with a second earlier performance Sunday at 5:30. The Living Nativity is tonight and tomorrow night at seven on…