SLO man dies in off-roading crash in Pozo

SLO man dies in off-roading crash in Pozo

A 23-year-old San Luis Obispo man died in an off-roading accident on Monday. His body was discovered a day later by firefighters. Wolfgang Wyatt Forbes was riding a 1986 Suzuki Samurai on Stair Step Summit Trail in Pozo at an unknown time when he failed to negotiate the dirt and rock trail Read More ...
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SLO City Council’s abuse of power

SLO City Council’s abuse of power

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE There are so many forms of abuse these days. It’s tough to keep track of all of them: sexual abuse. domestic abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, spousal abuse, etc. With its Anholm Bikeway proposal, our San Luis Obispo City Council has invented a new one: neighborhood abuse. In abusing us who live in the Anholm neighborhood, the council has also abused its power. Read More ...
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Supervisors Hill and Gibson vote no on resolution opposing offshore oil drilling

Supervisors Hill and Gibson vote no on resolution opposing offshore oil drilling

At a contentious San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, supervisors Adam Hill and Bruce Gibson voted no on a resolution opposing offshore oil drilling. Lacking a board majority vote on the referendum, Supervisor John Peschong is in Sacramento, the referendum failed. Read More ...
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Atascadero council approves downtown mixed use project

Atascadero council approves downtown mixed use project

The Atascadero City Council unanimously approved a mixed used project last week that planners say will be a catalyst for development in the downtown area. Known as the La Plaza project, the development consists of 42 homes and about 18,000 square feet of commercial space. The project is located on a 1.83-acre lot on El Camino Real in downtown Atascadero. Read More ...
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Vehicle hits child bicyclist in Templeton

Vehicle hits child bicyclist in Templeton

A vehicle collided with a child bicyclist Tuesday morning in Templeton, resulting in the child being taken to the hospital. However, CHP spokesman Patrick Seebart says the child was uninjured. Read More ...
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SLO City Council’s abuse of power

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE

There are so many forms of abuse these days. It’s tough to keep track of all of them: sexual abuse. domestic abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, spousal abuse, etc. With its Anholm Bikeway proposal, our San Luis Obispo City Council has invented a new one: neighborhood abuse. In abusing us who live in the Anholm neighborhood, the council has also abused its power. Read More …

Atascadero council approves downtown mixed use project

The Atascadero City Council unanimously approved a mixed used project last week that planners say will be a catalyst for development in the downtown area.

Known as the La Plaza project, the development consists of 42 homes and about 18,000 square feet of commercial space. The project is located on a 1.83-acre lot on El Camino Real in downtown Atascadero. Read More …