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City Council recognizes Bearcats cross country team

Both boys and girls cross country team competed in state meet To recognize the boys and girls cross country varsity team, the Paso Robles City […]Full Article

President of San Miguel CSD resigns, makes allegations

San Miguel Community Services District Board of Directors president issues letter of resignation “I, Richard Harrison, am submitting my resignation from the San Miguel Community […]Full Article

Mecham opens supervisors’ meetings to more public comment

First District Supervisor Frank Mecham took the reins as the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors chairman on Monday, Jan. 5 after new and […]Full Article

Council approves casino’s request for reconsideration

Council will reconsider previous decision to deny zoning amendment for casino After hearing testimony for numerous community members, the Paso Robles City Council Tuesday night […]Full Article

Council interested in getting Centennial Pool reopened

Closure means that pool has to meet ADA requirements before reopening The Paso Robles City Council is working on reopening Centennial Pool on Nickerson Drive. At […]Full Article

Volunteers wanted for city planning commission

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointment to the Planning Commission. Appointments will be for 3-year terms expiring February 28, 2018. […]Full Article

Paso Robles fire battalion chief leaves post

Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services announced today the departure of long-time employee, Battalion Chief Kevin Taylor. Taylor leaves to accept the Deputy Fire Chief […]Full Article

Capps backs bill to provide drought-related aid

On Tuesday, Rep. Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara, joined Rep. Grace Napolitano and 14 of her California colleagues to introduce the Water in the 21st Century […]Full Article

Council discusses tourism, police, city pool, roads

Paso Robles City Council’s first meeting of the year was light, but not unfruitful. Here is a wrap up of the council’s action on Tuesday […]Full Article

Paso Robles’ fire insurance rating improves

Many business and home owners in Paso Robles will likely receive a reduction in property insurance rates after the city received improved ratings on its […]Full Article
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