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  • California Community College Fee Waiver recipients on the rise

    February 27, 2012 9:07 PM

    According to California Community College Chancellor, Jack Scott, more students are receiving fee waivers this year. The state-issued fee waivers helps qualified low-income students pay tuition. Since more students are receiving them, the 112-campus system faces a $149 million deficit. This is on top of an already $400 million... more »
  • Lompoc homeless shelter reopens

    January 25, 2012 10:25 PM

    The Marks House shelter in Lompoc is set to open its doors again. Money problems forced the shelter to close last week. The Lompoc shelter, which once housed homeless women and children, will now be a place where homeless families can stay. Marks House holds 19 beds for... more »
  • Lucia Mar officials to hold two community forums

    May 24, 2010 11:49 AM

    Local educators ask the community to come out to a special forum that's meant to help gather ideas about what is needed most at our schools. Official from the Lucia Mar Unified School District are holding two community forums. The first takes place Monday at 4:00p.m. at Nipomo High... more »
  • Entire neighborhood left out of Census count

    April 16, 2010 9:49 PM

    An entire neighborhood in Paso Robles is wondering why it hasn't received census forms. Residents living in the Traditions at River Oaks gated community say no one in their neighborhood has received a questionnaire. They're concerned the city and county will lose money if they're not included. The... more »
  • Entire community reportedly overlooked by census

    April 16, 2010 12:55 PM

    Residents of a neighborhood in Paso Robles say they haven't received their census forms, and today is the deadline to mail them back. The Traditions at River Oaks is a gated community made up of 200 homes that's been around for the last five years. Neighbors are upset they... more »
  • New police station bond on Arroyo Grande City Council agenda

    February 8, 2010 5:05 PM

    Arroyo Grande Police officers say they need a new police station, and the community seems to agree. On the agenda for tomorrow night's city council meeting is a bond measure that police want to add to the June ballot. Chief of Police Steven Annibali says the station needs repairs,... more »

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