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Theodore Lilly Enters No Contest Plea

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Yesterday morning Theodore “Ted” Lilly entered a plea of no contest to Insurance Fraud, as a misdemeanor. He was placed on probation for two years, the terms of which include a $2500 fine; 250 hours of community service; and restitution in an amount to be determined. A restitution hearing has been set for June 4, 2015, in Department 6 of ... Read More »

SLO County Public Health Promoting Vaccines

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Peer pressure, acne, or a broken heart—there are some troubles that teens can’t always avoid. But we can prevent several deadly diseases. Getting our children all of their recommended vaccines protects their health, classmates, and community. Preteen vaccines guard against meningitis, HPV, flu, whooping cough, and other dangerous diseases. The San Luis Obispo County Public Health Officer, Dr. Penny Borenstein, ... Read More »

SLO Mayor Accepts Challenge To End Veteran Homelessness

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City of San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx has recently accepted the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness. With this announcement, the City of San Luis Obispo joins a growing number of communities across the country making the pledge. This challenge was initiated by First Lady Michelle Obama and developed through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) ... Read More »

DUI Enforcement On Super Bowl Sunday

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The Super Bowl is America’s most watched national sporting event. On Super Bowl Sunday, February 1, there will be lots of game day socializing that may include drinking. That’s why the California Office of Traffic Safety and police, Sheriffs, the CHP are urging football fans to choose sides now: drinking OR driving. If you plan on drinking on Super Bowl ... Read More »

Graffiti On Union Pacific Bridge Painted Over

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The Graffiti on the Union Pacific trestle that crosses Highway 101 in San Luis has been painted over. By whom? Nobody seems to know. The graffiti in the form of a four letter word was spray-painted on the bridge two weeks ago, and officials from the city, Union Pacific, and Cal Trans have been trying to figure out how to ... Read More »

SLO-CAP Rolls Out New Branding

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SLO-CAP rolls out new name and logo to reflect its core programs for the prevention of child abuse.   Center for Family Strengthening will continue to partner with family support organizations in SLO County to ensure that strong families are a community priority.  The new name change with logo is effective immediately.  “Child abuse is preventable by strengthening families and fostering ... Read More »

Cal Poly Employee Diagnosed With Bacterial Meningitis

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Two health notes for you. A Cal Poly employee has been diagnosed with bacterial meningitis.  Cal Poly says the employee is being treated and that the university is “working closely with the County Public Health Department to identify employees with whom this person has been in contact and advise them on receiving preventive medical treatment.”  .And a possible case of ... Read More »