Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

News networks need to vary their coverage

With due respect to the victims and their families, I find it unconscionable that ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CNN and MSNBC were broadcasting the same unfortunate shooting in Florida on Jan. 6. All of them! It is not like there is no other news out there, namely the intelligence briefing, bad weather and so on. It’s as if they are collectively masking reality. Heck, maybe Vladimir Putin is behind this, too.

Letters to the Editor

Exhibit of SLO photography shows artistic side of the city

Hey art lovers, get down to the Photo Shop at 1027 Marsh St. in San Luis Obispo to see Chuck Jennings’ photography of downtown SLO. The color photos have the glow of artificial light and deep, mysterious shadows. The color and strong compositions are reminiscent of Edward Hopper’s famous paintings of nighttime New York, with a beautiful, still ambiance, mostly empty except for an occasional lone individual.

Letters to the Editor

Wake up, church: Don’t let the godless run California

Wake up, church! Are you going to let our beautiful state of California be run by spiritually blind and godless people? Open your “spiritual eyes and ears” and listen to what the spirit of God is saying to His church. Begin to look at what is taking place in California and throughout the United States. Look at what is happening not in the natural but in the spiritual.

Letters to the Editor

Good news: The Republican Congress finally figured out how to do its job

We are so proud to hear that Mitch McConnell and his colleagues have announced that they know what their jobs entail and they are ready to work for their country. Good news, since they have spent the past eight years obstructing everything the president proposed, the country be damned. The few benefits for people that were allowed are now targets for the GOP with nothing to replace them … sounds like business as usual.

Videos

Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival's boat tours highlight birds, harbor history and local geology

The festival's docent-led boat tours seek to inform visitors about birds, photography and local geology, while highlighting the beauty of Morro Bay Harbor and surrounding area. The festival started Friday, January 13, 2017, and runs until Monday, January 16.
Laura Dickinson The Tribune
Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival's boat tours highlight birds, harbor history and local geology 1:17

Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival's boat tours highlight birds, harbor history and local geology

Take Your Child to Work Day is everyday for some at Trust Automation 1:38

Take Your Child to Work Day is everyday for some at Trust Automation

Spirited marching, joyous celebration honors Martin Luther King Jr. in Paso Robles 1:38

Spirited marching, joyous celebration honors Martin Luther King Jr. in Paso Robles

Emily Lucier hits buzzer-beater to lift Mission Prep to win over rival SLO High 1:42

Emily Lucier hits buzzer-beater to lift Mission Prep to win over rival SLO High