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Bearcat football is recognized by city council

The Paso Robles City Council recognized yet another high school group at its meeting on Feb. 17. This time it was the Paso Robles High […]Full Article

Weekend storm delivers a little rain

A storm dropped a little rain on Paso Robles over the weekend. The Paso Robles Water Yard recorded .10 inches of rain on Sunday morning and […]Full Article

Craft spirit industry is growing in Paso Robles

Local production of vodka, gin, whisky and bourbon growing The craft spirit industry in Paso Robles has exploded over the last few years with more wineries starting […]Full Article

Former ‘MythBuster’ heads to town for Georgia Brown fundraiser

Fifth graders at Georgia Brown Elementary School have been anticipating going to science camp this year since they were in kindergarten, says Mike Swettenam, a […]Full Article

City works to restore lost staff, services

Department heads will give detailed briefing March 11 at 6 p.m. The city of Paso Robles is bouncing back from the recession, Paso Robles City Manager […]Full Article

Firefighters climb stairs to raise money for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Paso Robles Kennedy Club hosts stair climber fundraiser Feb. 21 Templeton Fire Department Firefighter Brandon Wall had been wanting to do the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb […]Full Article

Paso Robles motorcyclist dies after collision on Hwy 101

A Paso Robles man died Tuesday morning following a collision with a truck in San Luis Obispo, according to the California Highway Patrol. Robert James […]Full Article

Jeff Claassen paints bold mural inside Artisan

Jeff Claassen, a Paso Robles resident and contemporary artist, is painting a mural on the entire wall by the bar inside Artisan restaurant, 843 12th […]Full Article

Downtown City Park playground renovation to begin

The Paso Robles Recreation Enhances Community (REC Foundation) in partnership with the City of Paso Robles, announced this week the beginning of the long-awaited renovation […]Full Article

City manager retiring at end of year

Paso Robles City Manager Jim App announced today that he plans to retire at the end of this year. “I have notified the Paso Robles […]Full Article
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