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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

Season total rainfall reaches 17.4-inches

– Paso Robles received .42-inches of rain within the last 24 hours, bringing the season total to 17.4-inches. More rain is expected throughout the week, according […]Full Article

2017 Valentine’s Day events in North County

2017 North County Valentine’s Day Events –Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! If you’re looking for somewhere to take your sweetie to celebrate 2017 […]Full Article

Paso Robles receives over a half inch of rain in last 24 hours

– Paso Robles received .57-inches of rain over the last 24 hours, bringing the season total to 16.98-inches. More rain is possible again Friday, according to […]Full Article

Skills USA students prepare for a ‘World of Work’

By Miki Landseadel-Sanders 900 students compete in Skills USA regional event at Paso Robles High School –Few school events can be deemed as challenging for […]Full Article

Season rainfall total reaches 16.41 inches

More rain expected all week –Paso Robles recorded .19-inches of rain on Feb. 4, .01-inches of rain on Feb. 5, and 1.08-inches of rain on […]Full Article

Local PG&E employees to donate $847,000 to local nonprofits

— PG&E employees located at Diablo Canyon Power Plant and in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties will donate approximately $847,000 to local nonprofits […]Full Article

Season rain total surpasses annual average

–Paso Robles measured 0.48 of rain on Feb. 3, bringing the season total to 15.13-inches. Paso Robles Water Division has recorded an average annual rainfall […]Full Article

Barney Schwartz Park gets a new playground, city tennis courts are getting resurfaced

Dale Schwartz Memorial Endowment funds picks up $250,000 playground cost, tennis court improvements to cost city $43,767 -A replacement for the lower playground at Barney […]Full Article

Local lakes are getting closer to capacity

Lake Nacimiento is at 81-percent capacity, Santa Margarita at 73-percent –Local lakes, with the exception of Lake San Antonio, are getting closer to capacity with each […]Full Article