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Local businesses close, students protest for ‘Day Without Immigrants’

Video of Paso Robles High School protest held Feb. 16. Credit: Facebook user Aaliyah Lewis Local activism part of national protest –A group of Paso […]Full Article

PG&E warns: significant rainfall possible Friday

–According to PG&E’s weather modeling and forecasting, the rain the county is receiving Thursday is supposed to be the “calm before the storm,” with significantly […]Full Article

Storm systems headed for Paso Robles

–Two storm systems are headed for Paso Robles and North County, according to Weather Underground. The majority of the rain is expected Thursday night and […]Full Article

Feb. 28 is final day to join water-rights lawsuit

–In fall of 2013, Protect Our Water Rights (POWR), a group of North County landowners, united to, “protect its members’ legally predominant rights to reasonably […]Full Article

Rainfall totals reach 17.95-inches

–Paso Robles measured .21 inches of rain on Feb. 11, bringing the season total of rainfall to 17.95-inches. More rain is expected later this week, […]Full Article

Street improvements continuing

Repairs to include storm drain, sewer and water lines and sidewalk upgrades -Street improvements for Spring Street between 10th and 16th streets will complete the […]Full Article

$17 million water treatment plant to enable long-lasting recycled water supply

Construction on city’s tertiary water treatment facility slated for mid-year –Construction on new tertiary water treatment facilities at the city’s waste water treatment plant is […]Full Article

Paso Artsfest discontinued

– The largest free art festival on the Central Coast, Paso Artsfest, has announced that the event has been discontinued and will no longer be […]Full Article

Clear skies in the forecast this weekend

Season rain total reaches 17.74 inches – Paso Robles received .34 inches of rain over the past 24 hours, making the season total 17.74 inches. […]Full Article

Update: Power restored to Virginia Peterson Elementary

Update posted Feb. 8, 2:30 p.m. –The power has been restored to Virginia Peterson Elementary school according to PG&E correspondent Blair Jones. The power was […]Full Article