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More rain expected in Paso Robles this week

Recent rainfall brings season total to 3.17 inches –The City of Paso Robles Water Division recorded .02 inches on Dec. 11, bringing the total for […]Full Article

More rain expected in Paso Robles

–Rain is expected to continue in Paso Robles throughout Friday, according to Weather Underground. Another storm is set to move into the area next week and deliver […]Full Article

Rain brings season total to 3.12-inches

–The City of Paso Robles Water Division recorded .05 inches over the last 24 hours, bringing the total for the season to 3.12-inches. To view […]Full Article

At-risk missing person located

Rachel Ann Miller was reported missing Wednesday morning –On Wednesday evening, Rachel Ann Miller, an at-risk female who was reported missing Wednesday morning, was safely […]Full Article

Rain expected later this week

–Rain is in the forecast once again for Paso Robles. Weather Underground is forecasting a 60-percent chance of rain Thursday, and a 39-percent chance of rain […]Full Article

Paso Robles council, clerk, treasurer sworn in

Councilman Steve Gregory nominated for mayor pro-tem —The City Council of Paso Robles met for a regular meeting Tuesday night to declare results of the […]Full Article

Death notices for Dec. 3-6

Death notices for Dec. 3-6, courtesy of Kuehl-Nicolay Funeral Home. Edna June Carr, 97, a Paso Robles resident, passed away on Dec. 3. Marie Josephine […]Full Article

Light parade brings holiday cheer to Paso Robles

By DuPree Dial Hundreds attend annual event –On a chilly Saturday night, hundreds of adults and kids bundled up, lining the streets of downtown Paso […]Full Article

Police chief Robert Burton celebrates 20 years on the job

Gang crime rates are at their lowest since police chief came aboard —Police Chief Robert Burton just celebrated 20 years on the force, and he […]Full Article

Local residents rally for Standing Rock

Lakota Sioux “water protectors” inspire the nation —Dozens of celebrities including Leonardo DiCaprio, Shailene Woodley, Lenny Kravitz, Neil Young, Ben Affleck and Mark Ruffalo have […]Full Article