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Lois Capps seeking student entries for congressional art competition

This week, Representative Lois Capps (D-Santa Barbara) announced she is seeking entries for the 2015 annual Congressional Art Competition. The competition offers all high school […]Full Article

Chair of supervisors endorses Cunningham for Assembly

Republican candidate for State Assembly and former San Luis Obispo County Deputy District Attorney Jordan Cunningham recently received the endorsement of Debbie Arnold, San Luis […]Full Article

Union Road project is moving along

The Union Road Project, which will reconstruct the road from Kleck to Montebello Oaks, is underway with The Gas Company currently placing lines under Union […]Full Article

Council determines city goals for next few years

At a special goal-setting meeting held on Saturday, the Paso Robles City Council determined goals for the next two to three years: Most important, in priority order […]Full Article

City council appoints two to Paso Robles Housing Authority

Beatriz Espinoza, Wes Willhoit to serve four-year terms The Paso Robles City Council appointed Beatriz Espinoza and Wes Willhoit to serve four-year terms on the […]Full Article

Council expresses approval for allowing drive-throughs south of 24th street

Council supported the idea a zoning amendment, but sent it back to the Planning Commission to be re-drafted to possibly encompass a wider area At the March […]Full Article

Suggestions sought for the next City Manager

Earlier this year City Manager Jim App announced his intent to retire December 30, 2015. In order to kick off the search for a new […]Full Article

Search for a new city manager begins

At Tuesday night’s city council meeting, the council began discussing what actions should be taken to conduct a search for a replacement for Jim App, […]Full Article

Local taxi drivers complain about Uber to city council

The new ride-sharing app Uber is rapidly growing, and it recently began to offer rides right here in San Luis County and in Paso Robles. The […]Full Article

Progress being made on new long-term parking lot

Progress is being made at the former Boatel Mini-storage with the construction of the new long-term a parking lot for Paso Robles. “The contractor is […]Full Article
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