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ATN Feb 25 2021

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  • What A Budget Session
    A common topic with our district superintendents, charter directors, school boards, PTAs, Rotary Clubs, and community groups is the California state budget. The best explanation about the California budget I have heard is that the budget is a process rather than a product. This year is like no other I have experienced in my 35 years […]
  • Taste of Americana:St. Patrick’s Day Traditions
    When I was growing up, my mother never let March 17 go by without a celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Everything in our house “turned green” with her decorating. She loved the day, and the fact that her maiden name was O’Haver added more reason to celebrate. She always wanted to travel to Ireland, and […]
  • Better Life Quality Hacks
    Undoubtedly, 2020 will go down in history as the most stressful year, even for those working from home in their pj’s. The political stress, the pandemic, financial and health challenges, relationship issues, isolation, uncertainty, you name it, 2020 had it.  2021 continues the trend with some hope but far from expectations for a fast recovery, […]
  • County Supervisors Peschong, Arnold, and Calwise Business Owner BerghAddress ABC Warnings in Letter to Gov. Newsom
    According to the California Restaurant Association, an estimated 30 percent of California’s restaurants are at risk of closing permanently SAN LUIS OBISPO — San Luis Obispo County Supervisors John Peschong, District One, and Debbie Arnold, District Five, signed a letter to California Governor Gavin Newsom on Feb. 3. The letter addressed official warnings from the […]
  • Modified Youth, Recreational Adult Sports Can Start on Friday
    SLO County’s case rate dropped below 14 cases per 100,000, the State’s threshold SAN LUIS OBISPO — San Luis Obispo County Health announced today that organized youth and adult sports with modifications can resume in San Luis Obispo County starting on Feb. 26, with some modifications based on guidance from the California Public Health Department. […]
  • California Mid-State Fair Board ‘Cautiously Optimistic’
    PASO ROBLES — California Mid-State Fair (CMSF) board members are “cautiously optimistic” the show will go on for a 2021 fair. CMSF board members are developing two plans for this summer’s fair scheduled set for Jul. 21 – Aug. 1.  Either way, the fair will be celebrating its 75th Anniversary. Tom Keffury, the CMSF spokesperson, […]
  • Business Owner Daugherty Forms a Small Business Coalition
    PASO ROBLES — On December 3, 2020, California went into a regional lockdown, which included San Luis Obispo County under the Southern California region.  This second lockdown forced retailers to operate at 20 percent capacity and restaurants to revert back to takeout only. When Brad Daugherty, owner of Cider Creek Bakery in Paso Robles, learned […]
  • Cuesta College Performing Arts Center Now Providing COVID-19 Vaccines
    SAN LUIS OBISPO — On Feb. 11, the San Luis Obispo County Health Department hosted a vaccination site tour at Cuesta College Performing Arts Center in San Luis Obispo (SLO). That day the site issued 900 vaccines, which was the highest number of people to receive vaccines in SLO County in one day, from one […]
  • Supervisors Address Concerns with Current Homeless Population and Financial Constraints
    Board voted to authorize initiating litigation against Sprouse Communications during work on Monterey Road SAN LUIS COUNTY — The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors met for their regularly scheduled meetings in February.  The meeting on Feb. 9 began with the consent agenda, which was passed by the Board with a 5-0 vote. Following, […]
  • SLO County Health Officials Address Vaccine Misinformation
    SAN LUIS OBISPO — With the recent release of two COVID-19 vaccines, San Luis Obispo County Health officials warn that misinformation is spreading online. County officials remind the community to look to trusted, credible sources for accurate information. “With so many people searching for answers, it is easy for misinformation to spread quickly,” said Dr. […]