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Congrats to 21-year old Elise Miller from San Luis Obispo, California! Miss Miller will be rocking central California in style thanks to her prizes from B. Swim and VonZipper.
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Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian, R-San Luis Obispo, during session in the Assembly chambers in Sacramento, Calif.
San Luis Obispo police arrested a 25-year-old transient Sunday for robbing a man at the county bus stop.
Santa Barbara County native Mark D'Arelli has been named the new commander of the California Highway Patrol's Santa Barbara Area effective March 1. Captain D'Arelli has been with the CHP for fifteen years.
Righetti Hill, as seen last month from Islay Hill looking northwest. Tank Farm Road runs along the south side of the hill, while Orcutt Road stretches north along the hill's east side.
What follows is lengthy. I realize that. It covers every nuance I can think of about the decision you face on Monday.
The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary Wednesday with a screening of the documentary "Starring Adam West" at the Fremont Theatre.
Like a gigantic pinwheel, an intense storm rotated over the Pacific a few hundred miles west of San Luis Obispo on Friday, Feb. 28. This was one of the most powerful Pacific storms that I've seen off the San Luis Obispo County coastline in my meteorological career.
TIMES PAST 3-9 Images: Edgar Willis Steele in 1883 Jos Maria Villavicencio adobe at the Corral de Piedra Rancho, c.
Jersey Mike's Subs is committed to helping more than 100 local charities nationwide and has raised more than 7.5 million dollars over the last 4 years.
The kids are getting a week off sometime this month... what to do? Last year we took a drive up the coast to Pismo Beach, which is not all that crowded this time of year and boasts reasonably priced hotels right off the water .
San Luis Obispo has been ordered to restore binding arbitration under a ruling issued last week by a state administrative law judge.
The winds will range from 8 to 18 mph during the night and morning hours, followed by 25 to 38 mph northwesterly winds in the afternoon, according to PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey.