Michael Rivera: A 6-Point Plan to Fix America’s Immigration Challenge

11 months ago Editor 0
Opinion Recent months have seen a long overdue spotlight put on illegal immigration. Candidates for president and the media have talked about the heinous murders ofKate Steinle in San Francisco and Marilyn Pharis in Santa Maria, allegedly committed over the summer by illegal aliens who were multiple offenders and deported multiple times. This likely would not have happened Read More

Brett Kavenaugh confirmed after uncorroborated accusations aired

12 months ago Editor 0
Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the senate Saturday, October 6th after a grueling confirmation hearing. The hearing included testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, an accuser of Kavenaugh, including uncorroborated accusations of sexual misconduct while in high school. The bizarre events seemed more geared towards politically tarnishing the appointee Kavenaugh than to uncover any truth Read More

Defeat of Jordan Cunningham’s human trafficking bill defies logic

1 year ago Editor 0
  By Andrea Seastrand July 06, 2018 Because California’s Legislature and governor are unwilling to make common-sense public safety policies, ballot propositions are quickly becoming the only recourse to bring sanity back to our state. Part of the problem is that few lawmakers have ever held a position in law enforcement, which means they have Read More

Lynn Compton Wins District 4 Supervisor Race

1 year ago Editor 0
San Luis Obispo County Clerk completed vote counts and certified Lynn Compton winner in of the race for Supervisor of San Luis Obispo’s 4th District on Friday, June 22nd, 2018.  The race was very close with the final tally giving incumbent Supervisor Compton only 60 votes over newcomer Jimmy Paulding.  Compton’s 50.16% lead over Paulding’s 49.84% Read More

Atascadero Honors Fallen During Ceremony at Faces of Freedom Memorial

1 year ago Editor 0
The city of Atascdadero hosted the traditional memorial day ceremony at the faces of freedom this Monday, May 28th from 12pm to 1pm with an open barbecue afterwards. The ceremony started with a flyover of vintage planes and then the presentation of the colors and a marching band of bagpipe players. Dick Mason, a local Read More

San Luis Obispo Police Officers Association Backs Dan Dow for DA

1 year ago Editor 0
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 27, 2018 Contact: Stephen Puetz Phone: (760) 716-9250 San Luis Obispo Police Officers Association Backs Dan Dow for DA San Luis Obispo – The San Luis Obispo Police Officers’ Association is the fifth major public safety organization this month to endorse District Attorney Dan Dow’s re-election campaign. Earlier in the month Read More

Dan Dow Visits Atascadero to Speak gets numerous applause

1 year ago Editor 0
On Monday April 4th, Dan Dow the district attorney of San Luis Obispo county visited Atascadero to speak to the North County Tea Party group. His talking points covered the district attorney’s office and procedures. Dow was proud of the tremendous work the office has made and boasted the over 12,000 cases his office handles Read More

Lynn Compton Endorsed by police association

2 years ago Editor 0
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 30, 2018 CONTACT: Damian Fussel damian@lynncompton.com Arroyo Grande Police Officers Association unanimously endorses Lynn Compton for 4th District Supervisor ARROYO GRANDE, CA – Lynn Compton’s campaign for re-election as 4th District Supervisor announced it has received the unanimous endorsement of the Arroyo Grande Police Officers Association. “Lynn has proven herself to be Read More

Memorial Day honoring the fallen at Faces of Freedom

2 years ago Editor 0
Memorial day is a day of honoring those who have fallen in the battles for freedom. We often think of those men and women who gave their lives for our way of life much to sell them. People nearly filled the small park in front of the faces of freedom to honor those fallen man Read More

Shaydak home in jeopardy due to flood waters

2 years ago Editor 0
The Shaydak’s, John and Erna, have been living in their local Atascadero home for over 47 years. The couple was concerned that the creek behind their cottage had eroded the earth under their home due to the redirection of the water way. According to a statement by Mr. Shaydak, the city poured concrete into the Read More