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Man Accused Of Holding Up RaboBank Scheduled For A Hearing Today


Bruce Valentine, who is accused of holding up RaboBank in Cambria last November, is scheduled for a pre-preliminary hearing today. And officials with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office say Arthur McClay Watkins, the Arroyo Grande man accused of robbing a Santa Maria Bank last month has posted bail. He is due back in court next month.   Read More »

Two New Full Time Police Officers To Patrol Downtown SLO In The Beginning Of The New Year


Two new police officers will be patrolling downtown San Luis Obispo after the new year. The full-time officers will be on bikes, on foot or in their vehicles patrolling the downtown core and nearby residential area during the day. They will be dealing with illegal behavior such as aggressive panhandling, public disturbances and vandalism.   "Part of their responsibility as ... Read More »

DUI Crackdown In San Luis Obispo This Holiday Weekend


The Winter Holiday Anti-DUI crackdown has resulted in a significant number of DUI arrests from local routine traffic enforcement and special Avoid the 14 DUI deployments during the past several days in San Luis Obispo County.   From 12:01 A.M. Friday December 13, 2013 through Midnight Thursday December 19, 2013 officers representing 8 county law enforcement agencies have arrested 29 ... Read More »

Pismo Beach City Council Votes Unanimously To Accept Gift From Clifford Chapman


At its December 3 meeting the Pismo Beach City Council voted unanimously to accept Clifford Chapman’s gracious gift of the Chapman Estate to the City of Pismo Beach. In doing so, it directed the City Manager and City Attorney to take all steps necessary to transfer the title of the Chapman Estate to the City. Those efforts are now underway. ... Read More »

Representative Lois Capps Announces Unified Emergency Response Framework


Yesterday, Rep. Lois Capps announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has created a new, unified emergency response framework to address Huanglongbing (HLB), a serious citrus disease affecting several U.S. states, including California. The framework will allow USDA and its partners to coordinate resources, share information and develop strategies to better combat HLB. There is currently no cure for HLB, ... Read More »

New Chief Executive Officer Named At Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center


Joseph DeSchryver, 43, has been named Chief Executive Officer at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center. He replaces Candace Markwith, who retired after nearly nine years at Sierra Vista. His appointment is effective December 29, 2013.   For the past eight years DeSchryver has been Sierra Vista’s Chief Operating Officer where he had oversight of the hospital’s day to day operations ... Read More »

Several Packages Stolen In Morro Bay Area


Over a three-day period, from December 13 to 16, several packages left at residences in Morro Bay by delivery companies were stolen from the front porches after they were left by delivery employees. It is likely that the suspect(s) followed the delivery trucks around and stole the packages after they were left at each residence. As of this date, there ... Read More »

DUI Round Up In SLO


The Winter Holiday Anti-DUI crackdown has resulted in 17 DUI arrests from local routine traffic enforcement and special Avoid the 14 DUI deployments since Friday December 13 in San Luis Obispo County. From 12:01 Friday through Midnight Sunday officers representing six county law enforcement agencies have arrested 17 individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In 2012, ... Read More »

Laguna Village Shopping Center To Get Two New Stores In Place Of Spencer’s Fresh Markets


Laguna Village Shopping Center management has announced that the Spencer’s Fresh Markets location in the center will be closing in 2014 and will be replaced by two new stores. Laguna Village is located at Madonna and Los Osos Valley Roads in San Luis Obispo. John Spencer, owner of Spencer’s Fresh Markets, confirmed that the San Luis Obispo location will close ... Read More »

SLO Sheriff’s Office And PG&E Launch Public Safety Campaign


The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with Pacific Gas and Electric Company launched a new public safety campaign on Monday geared toward making San Luis Obispo County the most prepared county in America. The Sheriff’s Task Force on Public Safety produced several public safety announcements that will help residents and businesses prepare for natural and manmade disasters ... Read More »

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