The History Center of San Luis Obispo has been under attack for displaying a gay pride flag and participating in the Central Coast Queer Archive Project. Officials say they’re proud of the work they’ve done.
To understand why immigrants from Latin America are seeking entry into the Unites States, we have to look at history and how we are reaping the consequences of U.S. policy dating back to the Monroe Doctrine of 1823.
An environmental attorney accuses the city of Morro Bay of disguising important land use issues by listing them as routine consent items on meeting agendas. As a result, citizens are denied a voice, she alleges.
San Luis Obispo, California, high school student Emile Naccasha is the son of Iraqi refugees, and is shocked by the anti immigrant rhetoric from President Donald Trump. He says most refugees are hardworking individuals and business owners.
A Morro Bay, California, resident urges residents to wait for actual cost estimates on proposed wastewater treatment plant before opposing the project. "There’s no evidence cheaper project alternatives really exist," he says.
Architectural designer Marshall Ford, who grew up in Cayucos, says downtown San Luis Obispo is in danger of losing its unique character. Instead of mimicking historic architectural styles, SLO should try blending old and new.
The Tribune Editorial Board declined to endorse Sheriff Ian Parkinson, yet claimed he is more qualified than challenger Greg Clayton. The mother inmate Andrew Holland, who died in SLO County Jail, disagrees.
Morro Bay City Councilman Robert Davis is criticized for saying the city is back on track with its proposed water reclamation project. It's an unaffordable plan that city residents should oppose, says a former longtime resident.
A measure to ban fracking and greatly limit oil production in San Luis Obispo County is headed for the Nov. 6, 2018, ballot. Backers say 'Big Oil' will outspend them, but they plan a strong grassroots campaign.
San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill offers more than 30 book recommendations on politics, race, poverty, culture, mental illness, incarceration. You won't find any celebrities are TV hosts on his list.
San Luis Obispo attorney Stew Jenkins disagrees with the unspoken rule that qualified sitting judges shouldn't be challenged at the ballot box. Judicial elections are in California's Constitution, he says.
The city of Morro Bay needs a new sewer/water reclamation facility. After years of wrangling over where it should, a site has been selected and the project is moving toward "critical decision points," says City Councilman Robert Davis.
4th District candidate Jimmy Paulding is attempting to unseat incumbent SLO County Supervisor Lynn Compton in southern San Luis Obispo County, California. A writer trails some Paulding supporters for a day to see how the campaign is going.
Bicyclists in San Luis Obispo are countering complaints that the proposed Anholm Bikeway will ruin the neighborhood. "We want to improve the city we love by making its streets safer for all residents," they say.
If the blackface incident at Cal Poly, SLO, is one of the worst examples of racism today, we ought to celebrate, says Poly alum Chirag Asarvala. "We need to stop confusing excusable ignorance for malicious bigotry," he writes.
A community college teacher and former San Luis Obispo city councilman says the last thing we need to do is arm teachers. What teachers, counselors and other professionals need is training in how to diffuse violent situations.
The wildflowers are in bloom in San Luis Obispo County - especially along Highway 58 near the Carrizo Plain National Monument. The especially wet winter has led to an explosion of wildflowers along the Central Coast. The 2017 season is expected to