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Downtown SLO farmers’ market reopening over a year after it closed down

From Halloween costume contests to bike nights to first dates, many who have crossed paths with San Luis Obispo have a cherished Farmers’ Market story. The Downtown SLO Thursday Farmers’ Market, which has been closed since March 2020, will return in limited capacity beginning May 6. This first phase revives the certified farmers’ market with […]

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Cal Poly tests wastewater for COVID-19

Cal Poly will implement a new wastewater testing system by mid-January to test for COVID-19 in on-campus housing. University President Jeffrey Armstrong outlined the wastewater testing system in a campus-wide email on Sept. 24, 2020. Armstrong explained that the COVID-19 fragments in fecal matter can be detected earlier than in normal testing.  Video by Matthew […]

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Here’s what you need to know about enforcements and fines this Halloween weekend

University Spokesperson Matt Lazier wrote in an email to Mustang News that the university continues to urge all students to do their part and to remember their personal responsibilities in slowing the spread of COVID-19. This means following all campus, state and local health and safety guidelines. Guidelines include avoiding large gatherings, maintaining physical distancing and wearing face coverings in public.