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Assemblyman Cunningham votes against gas tax increase

Local California Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) released a statement this week following the passage of SB-1, related to tax increases Full Article

PG&E urges residents to be prepared for strong storm

–While Spring may have sprung throughout much of Northern and Central California, Mother Nature has at least one more winter Full Article

County supervisors deny modification to refinery rail spur

–On Tuesday, on a 3-1 vote, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors upheld the Planning Commission’s denial of Full Article

Highway 1 closed indefinitely near Big Sur

Bridge could take six months or longer to replace –Earlier this week, Caltrans decided to close Highway 1 in Monterey Full Article

Nearly 20,000 without power across San Luis Obispo County

–Right now, there are about 200 different outages across SLO County, with more than 19,000 PG&E customers who have lost Full Article

Local lakes are getting closer to capacity

Lake Nacimiento is at 81-percent capacity, Santa Margarita at 73-percent –Local lakes, with the exception of Lake San Antonio, are getting Full Article

SLO airport adds another flight to its March lineup

-United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines will offer an additional daily flight between San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and San Full Article

Camp Roberts museum seeks volunteers to help restore WW2-era truck

The ‘old truck’ hasn’t run in two decades –The Camp Roberts Historical Museum has a “Help Wanted” sign out for Full Article

Thousands attend Women’s March in San Luis Obispo

March a part of largest protest in American History –Over 5,000 people braved rainy conditions in Downtown San Luis Obispo Full Article

Lake Nacimiento raises over 20 feet in less than a week’s time

– Lake Nacimiento rose over 20 vertical feet in elevation with the last week’s rains, according to records kept by Full Article
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