Friday Dec 13
Cal Coast News
Mexican national identified as victim found in Nipomo ditch
The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office has identified the body of a homicide victim found in a rural Nipomo ditch as a 26-year-old Mexican national.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Rail spurs concern
The Phillips 66 oil refinery, located on a 1,644-acre parcel off Highway 1 west of Nipomo, has operated since 1955.
Sixth-graders raise money to help buy service dog for Nipomo teen
Nipomo High School student Philip Vaughan has Down syndrome and diabetes. “I was relieved when Mrs. Little’s class wanted to help out,” says Philip’s mother, Brenda Vaughan.
Supervisors allow plan for Nipomo's Dana Adobe to move forward
After more than a year of delays and negotiations, plans to turn the historic Dana Adobe in Nipomo into a cultural center are ready to move forward.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The Daily Democrat
Woodland readies for 49th Annual Holiday Parade this Saturday
Themed "Dashing through the snow," the parade is put on by the Woodland Chamber of Commerce and is funded by community donations and sponsorships.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
New Times SLO
On the fast track? Phillips 66 is looking to ship volatile crude oil...
Though the draft environmental impact report for the proposed rail spur extension at the Phillips 66 Santa Maria Refinery in Nipomo - released on Nov. 27 - is 708 pages long, one sentence has received the most attention.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Supervisor Caren Ray wants to be elected to 4th District seat
San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Caren Ray announced plans Friday to seek election to her District 4 Board of Supervisors’ seat.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
New Times SLO
Thirsty for more: The Nipomo Community Services District pushes ahead with its water pipeline project
Photographer Steve E. Miller snapped an aerial photo of the two construction sites for the horizontal directional drilling portion of the Nipomo Supplement Water Project.