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Allan Hancock College Will Host Ceremony For Law Enforcement Academy Class #109

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After they combined to run 1,120 miles, performed 57,100 pull-ups and fired nearly 50,000 rounds of ammunition, 16 recruits will soon see their hard work pay off. Allan Hancock College will host the graduation ceremony for Law Enforcement Academy Class #109 on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 10:30 a.m. The ceremony will be the first law enforcement training academy graduation held …

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Santa Barbara Unified School District Superintendent Announces Retirement

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Santa Barbara Unified School District Superintendent Dave Cash  yesterday announced his plan to retire, effective July 10, 2016.  He began his tenure as superintendent on July 1, 2011.Throughout the past 4 ½ years, Dr. Cash’s leadership has been focused on (1) improving student learning outcomes by shifting the district to a new state of teaching and learning that stimulates curiosity …

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No Cases of Bacterial Meningitis in Almost a Year

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The County of San Luis Obispo’s Public Health Department wants to make the public aware that there have been no cases of bacterial meningitis in our county or in residents of our county since January 2015. This over the news that a Cal Poly student, Nicholas Reid Brown, who died suddenly at his home over the Thanksgiving holiday. The report …

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Fire Chief Robert Lewin Announces His Retirement

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CAL FIRE/San Luis Obispo County Fire Chief Robert Lewin has announced his retirement after 37 years in the fire service. His last day of service will be December 18, 2015. Chief Lewin has been the County Fire Chief for the last five years. He will begin working for the County of Santa Barbara on January 4th, 2016 as an Emergency …

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Cal Poly Police Arrest Student on Charges of Felony Threats and Hate Crime Charges

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Cal Poly University Police on Friday arrested a university student on felony threats and hate crime charges in connection with a death threat made earlier in the week against a leader of the SLOSolidarity student group. “I am pleased to report that our University Police Department has pursued this incident diligently and that we identified the person we believe to …

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Two Residential Burglaries This Week in Paso Robles

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On Tuesday, the Paso Robles Police Department investigated two residential burglaries that took place in the 100 block of Rosemary Drive and the 100 block of San Augustine Drive. These crimes occurred between the hours of 8AM-2PM. Patrol officers investigated both of those burglaries and identified 19 year old Romi Macias and 23 year old Elijah Cooper as possible suspects. …

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Investigation Into Attempted Murder in Goleta

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The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an attempted murder case in the City of Goleta.  At approximately 10:20 p.m.   December 2, a Sheriff’s deputy was flagged down by a 29-year-old male in the 5800 block of Hollister Avenue.  The male victim reported he was sleeping in his vehicle in the 50 block of Depot Avenue when a known …

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Update on Fed Ex Crash Yesterday on US 101

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A traffic collision occurred earlier yesterday morning on US-101 northbound, just south of Mariposa Reina involved a Santa Maria man.  There are two lanes of traffic in the area this collision occurred.  The collision involved a Fed Ex semi-truck.  Rubin Serna a Santa Maria City resident drove his semi-truck on US-101 northbound, in the #1 lane, just south of Mariposa …

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City of Atascadero Bringing Winter Wonderland to Downtown

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The City of Atascadero is very pleased to bring the annual and exciting Winter Wonderland event back to downtown Atascadero to be held on Friday, December 11th from 5:00 – 9:00 pm! Where else can you experience over 53 tons of snow! Atascadero’s Sunken Gardens and the entire downtown area will be transformed into a winter paradise for all ages! …

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Fed Ex Semi-Truck Crash Causes Backup on US 101

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At approximately 6:51 a.m. this morning a Fed Ex semi-truck rolled onto its side blocking the northbound lanes of US 101 just south of Mariposa Reina.  All lanes will be closed northbound U.S. 101 at Refugio Road. All northbound traffic will be diverted at Refugio Road onto southbound US 101. Northbound traffic will be traveling in the #1 lane of …

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