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Driver of black Mustang fires shot at Kia on Highway 46, CHP reports

Driver of black Mustang fires shot at Kia on Highway 46, CHP reports

Monday night at 9:40 pm a 2002 Kia, traveling eastbound on Highway 46, west of Jardine Road, …

Cunningham calls on legislature to fully fund career technical education

Cunningham calls on legislature to fully fund career technical education

–Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) has called on the Legislature to fully fund Career Technical Education (CTE) programs …

Bearcat baseball team hosting a second round CIF Playoff game today

Bearcat baseball team hosting a second round CIF Playoff game today

The Paso Robles Bearcat baseball team hosting a second round CIF Playoff game at 3:15 p.m. this …

Home wine competition winners announced

Home wine competition winners announced

–The California Mid-State Fair hosted the Home Wine Competition where 57 Central Coast home winemakers were represented. …

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-Promoted article- Local craftspeople will showcase handmade items … Full article

Monday night at 9:40 pm a 2002 Kia, traveling eastbound on Highway 46, west of Jardine Road, was struck on its passenger side by … Full article

–On Wednesday, at approximately 11:59 p.m., officers from the San Luis Obispo Police Department responded to the report of a disorderly male yelling and …

–Debra Collins, age 58, was sentenced today to state prison for a term of 2 years 8 months by the Honorable Craig Van Rooyen …

  Update posted May 16 The County’s Most Wanted subjects from last week have been arrested by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Deputies. Richard …

–Anaheim resident 25-year-old Raul Mihai Pop was arrested Sunday near the Cuesta Grade after leading police on a high-speed chase on his Yamaha motorcycle. …

 

–Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience took to the stage at Vina Robles … Full article

–Summer is a wonderful time of the year. It delivers some of …

–The Morro Bay Harbor Festival in collaboration with the Rotary Club of …

–Vina Robles Amphitheatre is hosting Symphony at Sunset for a second consecutive …

–The “Best of the West Antique Equipment show” is coming to the …

 

75 wineries poured at the Grand Tasting in the park -The diversity of Paso Robles wine region was in full swing at the 35th … Full article

-Promoted article- Local craftspeople will showcase handmade items at the winery during Wine Fest Weekend –Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery will be hosting its …

Sixteen cider-makers gather at Atascadero’s Pavilion on the Lake –Is craft cider trending? From the looks of the 500-plus crowd at the Central Coast …

43 teachers receive funding for needed supplies – Justin School Grants, a program of Justin Vineyards & Winery, announced that $50,000 has been awarded …

Discovering Paso’s edible wild food –Eric Olson knows a great deal about the wild side of Paso Robles. So when the executive chef of …

–A 42-year-old Bakersfield woman was rescued after attempting to climb Morro Rock … Full article

–About 500 peace officers and community members gathered at Mission Plaza in …

Road crews are working this week to put a flashing stop light …

–Life is great. Especially when you wake up in the morning and …

The summer 2017 semester at Cuesta College begins in June and registration …

To the editor, –The Tree of Life Pregnancy Support Center would like … Full article

Dear editor, On Friday, May 12, my daughter Ashley and her fiancé …

–Vic Kunze, born December 5, 1955, passed away unexpectedly with his children … Full article

–Margaret Louise Gonzales passed away May 5, 2017 at the age of …

Two fires ignite over weekend –A vegetation fire sparked near the intersection of Rocky Canyon Road and Old Adobe Canyon Road, east of Atascadero … Full article

A two-car accident on North River Road just north of Navajo closed that stretch of River Road for almost one-half hour Sunday night. The …

Death notices for May 12-16, courtesy of Kuehl-Nicolay Funeral Home.  Richard James Byng, 62, a Bradley resident, passed away on May 16. Ruth Maria Barraza, …

–The City of Paso Robles completed its multi-day community workshops for the proposed improvements along Creston Road. The opening night of May 8, approximately …

–The City of Paso Robles is advising the public to please be aware of the following road closures around the Downtown City Park Friday …

–To prepare for the upcoming fire season, the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services would like to remind residents and property owners about the …

Decision on striping postponed to June council meeting –At the most recent Paso Robles City Council meeting, the council directed the police and public …

–Earlier this week, Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R- Templeton) sent the following letter to Malcom Dougherty, Executive Director of California Department of Transportation, requesting his department …

–The California Mid-State Fair hosted the Home Wine Competition where 57 Central Coast home winemakers were represented. “We received awesome feedback during the seminar … Full article

–Christmas came early to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office Bicycle Program. That’s because 87-year-old Dr. Don Morris bought and then donated 85 …

-Promoted post- Chances to win $10,000 cash, sports equipment, and travel are available for players of all skill levels –The Paso Robles Lions Club …

–The Paso Robles Children’s Museum will be hosting a fun, interactive drumming clinic for kids for free on June 1 at 3:15 p.m. in the museum basement. The event …

–Teens are invited to watch Studio Ghibli films, craft personal animes, and enjoy snacks from Japan with Club Ghibli in the Paso Robles City …

–The Almond Country Quilters are on display the month of June in the Paso Robles City Library. According to one member, “The quilts represent …

City Engineer John Falkenstien retires –The City of Paso Robles will soon bid farewell to City Engineer John Falkenstien, who is set to retire …

–SkillsUSA held its 15th Annual Sponsor Recognition Dinner at the Paso Robles Culinary Arts Academy Thursday night. State medal winners served those who attended …

  

Central Coast Chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners will have three local business women share the secrets of their success The Central … Full article

Tourist economy grows to $1.59 billion in 2016, creating 440 new jobs Visit SLO CAL celebrated National Travel and Tourism Week today and reported …

Community support prevents closure Meui Saelee pointed to the large handwritten sign inside her produce stand at Charolais and S. River Road, just on …

–At their most recent meeting, the Paso Robles City Council approved a resolution showing support of the city’s application to host the Aircraft Owners …

Liquor license was suspended after a six-week investigation in 2015 –The Pine Street Saloon, shut down at the end of April after the California …

–Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) has called on the Legislature to fully fund Career Technical Education (CTE) programs in California’s high schools. In a letter … Full article

Following a number of complaints and inquiries about new bike lanes on Skyview Drive and Montebello Oaks Drive, the Paso Robles City Council will …

Edith Knight allegedly made phone calls to ‘would be voters’ from a polling place on election day –Edith Knight, an 86-year old Atascadero resident, will …

The California State Senate this week passed Senate Bill 158 by Senator Bill Monning (D-Carmel), Paso Robles’ representative in the State Senate. The bill …

Legislation addresses water supply for the Central Coast as well as drug-impaired driving Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-Templeton) announced today key legislation has been approved …

 

The Paso Robles Bearcat baseball team hosting a second round CIF Playoff game at 3:15 p.m. this afternoon against the Poly Bears from Riverside, … Full article

–Beginning next weekend, close to 2,800 participants will journey 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise awareness about the ongoing HIV/AIDS …

New festival is free to attend –After some years of being dark on the 4th of July radar, Atascadero will now be home to … Full article

–At a recent meeting, Atascadero City Council considered allowing limited marijuana-based businesses to operate within the city, including delivery services, as well as cannabis …

Suspect Bradleigh Tabelin, 25, arrested Wednesday morning the Atascadero Police Department received a report of a located, unoccupied stolen vehicle in the Santa Margarita …

 

North County Day Camp Open to all students, grades entering K-6 –Another session of fun and enriching North County Day Camp summer classes is … Full article

Templeton High School Athletic Department announced today that three athletes will sign letters of intent: Makayla Zundel, Softball and Tennis Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin …

Wedding season is among us! If you’re looking for a place to … Full article

–Looking for a sweet and bubbly alternative to traditional beer and wine …

Best places for beer tasting in Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo …

Newest collection of wine tasting rooms is developing rapidly –Tucked away in a …

Pinot noir is always a popular choice for holiday parties and dinners …

White wines are wonderful options for holiday parties, meals and even gifts. …

 



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