From the Editor

From the Editor

SLO County isn’t immune to hate speech

This year’s presidential election has spawned an increase nationwide in racist language, hateful intimidation and harassment — accelerating efforts by groups and clergy to combat hate and prompting Pope Francis to warn against what he called a “virus of polarization” and hostility targeting people of different nationalities, races or beliefs. Here in San Luis Obispo County, we are not immune to racism, anti-Semitism and other forms of hatred.

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SLO library offers U.S. citizenship class for immigrants 1:39

SLO library offers U.S. citizenship class for immigrants

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Arroyo Grande woman reconnects with her family via 123-year-old quilt

September storm brings snow on the last day of summer in the Sierra 0:17

September storm brings snow on the last day of summer in the Sierra

A sneak peek at SLO County's new airport terminal 1:02

A sneak peek at SLO County's new airport terminal

In the middle of an alfalfa field, Surf Ranch lures world-class riders to world-class waves 1:32

In the middle of an alfalfa field, Surf Ranch lures world-class riders to world-class waves

Highlights of SLO High's Pierson Mosichuk's big night in win over Morro Bay 0:50

Highlights of SLO High's Pierson Mosichuk's big night in win over Morro Bay

Workers break ground on 172-home development in SLO 0:27

Workers break ground on 172-home development in SLO

UNH sorority girls caught on Snapchat singing ‘N-Word’ during Kanye West’s ‘Gold Digger’ song 0:22

UNH sorority girls caught on Snapchat singing ‘N-Word’ during Kanye West’s ‘Gold Digger’ song

Watch The Dustbowl Revival's music video for 'Honey, I Love You' 3:38

Watch The Dustbowl Revival's music video for "Honey, I Love You"

Kitesurfers take over Cayucos beach 0:55

Kitesurfers take over Cayucos beach

On the first day of fall, Sierra roadways close due to September snowstorm

It may have been summer only yesterday, but today, three major mountain passes are closed due to a surprise snowstorm that hit the Sierra on Thursday. Go to QuickMap.dot.ca.gov to check up on current road conditions and closures.
Video produced by Emily Zentner
On the first day of fall, Sierra roadways close due to September snowstorm 0:42

On the first day of fall, Sierra roadways close due to September snowstorm

How bots are taking over our lives 1:41

How bots are taking over our lives

SLO library offers U.S. citizenship class for immigrants 1:39

SLO library offers U.S. citizenship class for immigrants

Workers break ground on 172-home development in SLO 0:27

Workers break ground on 172-home development in SLO