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Three Bridges trailhead nearing completion

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
ATASCADERO -- Atascadero residents will soon have access to a 103-acre open space area on the west side of the city as the Three Bridges Oak Preserve trail project moves forward.
The City of Atascadero announced Wednesday that construction is nearly complete on a trailhead project near the intersection of Carmelita Avenue and Highway 41 that, when open, will

Templeton residents speak against roundabouts

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
TEMPLETON -- On Monday, March 13, the San Luis Obispo County Department of Public Works and Caltrans met to discuss their proposal for a roughly $10 - $16 million plan to install roundabouts at the Main St. - Highway 101 interchange.
Through Caltrans, four different alternatives were proposed, but the overall focus was in regard to the potential addition of

Post-Diablo outlook dire, but not doomed

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
PASO ROBLES -- The future of San Luis Obispo County without the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be challenging, but isn't all doom and gloom, SLO County Economic Vitality Corporation President and CEO Michael Manchak told members of the Paso Robles and Atascadero business communities at a chamber luncheon at the La Bellasera Hotel & Suites Monday.

Remembering Chuck Ward: Community leader leaves legacy of dedication to veterans’ affairs

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
ATASCADERO -- Former Atascadero planning commissioner, veterans' advocate and pillar of the community Charles (Chuck) Lee Ward passed away Friday, March 3 at the age of 82.
"He was a great man and I know he meant a lot to this community," Ward's son Whitney said. "I've just been overwhelmed with how much support there is for my father."

Slider Day: Traffic Way Collaborators host latest downtown event

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
Approximately 200 hungry patrons meandered down Traffic Way Saturday, sampling bite-sized burgers from a handful of local eateries during the first-ever Slider Day on Traffic Way event, hosted by the Traffic Way Collaborators.
Slider Day marked the fifth event hosted by the Traffic Way Collaborators, a loose association of individuals at downtown businesses including Cartlon Hotel owner Deena Alexander,

Atascadero Hay and Feed cancels annual Chick Days

Posted: Friday, Mar 17th, 2017
ATASCADERO -- Atascadero Hay and Feed's highly anticipated annual Chick Days event, originally scheduled to kickoff later this month on March 25-26, has unfortunately been cancelled.
Due to recent unpredictable weather conditions, the local family owned and operated business, located at 6155 Via Ave., felt it is was in both the animal and business's best interests to postpone the event

Police use spike strip to end high speed pursuit

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 15th, 2017
An Atascadero Police Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for traveling at an unsafe speed on El Camino Real at approximately 8:26 this morning, but the vehicle failed to yield and a pursuit ensued.
APD officers pursued the vehicle north on Highway 101 along with the officers from the California Highway Patrol. The CHP air operations unit also

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