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Guest Commentary - Making of distilled spirits — whiskey, gin, vodka, and the like — is relatively new to the Tri-Counties. But there are now 14 distilleries in San Luis Obispo County alone, and more are sure to come.
Guest Commentary - When 60 men of the San Luis Obispo “Committee of Vigilance” rode south on June 10, 1858, they were after members of a notorious outlaw gang thought to be holed up on the vast Rancho de Los Osos estate.
Guest Commentary - Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute is the only organization in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties authorized by the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration’s (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service to respond to live marine mammals, rehabilitate them, and return them to their ocean home.
When representatives from the Part-Time Faculty Association and the Allan Hancock Community College District sit down to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement in January, it will be historic.
Brown pelicans fly overhead in V-formations. Mule deer, bobcats, raccoons and coyotes roam about at night. Tidepools are brimming with life.
Fewer things make a teacher happier than running into a former student and learning how successful they have become since you saw them last.
“I am an optimist,” said Winston Churchill. “It does not seem too much use to be anything else.” Churchill doubtlessly was aware when he spoke those words he was using logos, that part of the rhetorical triangle identified by Aristotle more than 2,000 years ago in his book “The Art of Rhetoric,” an appeal to logic and reason rather than pathos, an appeal to the emotions. He also knew he had the quality of ethos behind him, credibility with his audience as well as their trust.
She inspired a best-selling children’s novel, but no one ever knew her real name. She survived 18 years alone on a windswept island, and died …
One student literally spoke to the wall. Another bent his head so low it was nearly impossible to see his face behind his notecards. Another l…
Before reaching the town proper you pass a sign, “Casmalia Landfill.” Here is where the tragedy of Casmalia begins, and 30 years after the lan…