On Saturday, the county public health department announced a North San Luis Obispo county resident died from coronavirus. This is the first COVID-19 death in the county to date. The resident, who lived in North County, was in their 80s and had underlying health conditions, a county news release said. The virus is known to […]
“This is the most serious and significant issue I’ve faced in my generation. This is beyond anything we’ve experienced since 1918 Spanish flu.”
After Cal Poly announced all spring quarter classes would be taught online and students were encouraged to complete classes from their home residences, students were left with more questions than answers.
At least two students were asked to self-quarantine out of concern for coronavirus.
“There are so many new stories to tell … I like comics, I grew up on Marvel comics, but god damn,” Lee said to the audience. “Lets have some fresh stories please. Young people, make some stories, tell your stories.”
San Luis Obispo’s annual Shabang music festival is back with their biggest set list to date, with bands including Mt. Joy and SNBRN. But that comes with a ticket price increase, as well. “This Shabang is going to blow last year’s out of the water,” Greg Golf, one of the founders and owners of Shabang, […]
The BLM Bakersfield Field Office issued a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on Dec.12, 2019 stating that “there are no adverse environmental impacts due to hydraulic fracturing that cannot be alleviated.” The decision opened up land within Montaña de Oro and the Carrizo Plain National Monument to oil drilling and fracking.
Music students will get the opportunity to have a global education with the Jordan Maler Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Music Scholarship Foundation.
In April 1999, two missing college aged women were found buried in San Luis Obispo County. They were killed four months apart, murdered by the same man.
“[HRT] is primary care. It’s not specialty care, and some voices in the community will like to say oh that’s specialty care,” Pride Center Coordinator Samuel Byrd said. “This is allowing people to feel comfortable in their skin and allowing them to navigate our community, that’s primary.”
To commemorate the student’s achievements, founder and CEO of Computer and Structures Inc. (CSI) Ashraf Habibullah will deliver a keynote speech at the three ceremonies.