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Remembering cowboy poet Clem Albertoni with his poem ‘A Dairyman’

February 25th, 2021 Comments Off on Remembering cowboy poet Clem Albertoni with his poem ‘A Dairyman’
Publisher’s note: Legendary cowboy poet Clem Albertoni died this month at 82. He left behind a treasure of poems, most in out-of-print books. With the […]

Anonymous donor gives Paso Robles Fire Department a new sign

February 24th, 2021 Comments Off on Anonymous donor gives Paso Robles Fire Department a new sign
New sign has revitalized the front of the fire station, fire chief says –An anonymous donor recently paid for a new sign to adorn the […]

Civil rights activists host Black History Month car rally in Paso Robles

February 22nd, 2021 Comments Off on Civil rights activists host Black History Month car rally in Paso Robles
–Dozens of local civil rights activists on Saturday hosted a “Drive the City Motorcade” to spread the message of Black History Month and racial equality. […]

Local U.S. Army recruiter looking for local chefs for chili cookoff competition

February 22nd, 2021 Comments Off on Local U.S. Army recruiter looking for local chefs for chili cookoff competition
Inaugural chili cookoff is set for Sat., March 6 –The Paso Robles U.S. Army Recruiting Station is hosting a chili cookoff on Sat., March 6. […]

Paso Robles bakery owner competes on Food Network TV show

February 18th, 2021 Comments Off on Paso Robles bakery owner competes on Food Network TV show
–A Paso Robles baker recently competed in the Food Network cooking show competition “Chopped Sweets.” Libby Ryan, owner of Just Baked Cake Studio & Bakery […]

Paso Robles City Council set to select new city manager on Friday

February 11th, 2021 Comments Off on Paso Robles City Council set to select new city manager on Friday
–The Paso Robles City Council is meeting Friday and is expected to choose its final candidate for a new city manager. Current City Manager Tom […]

World’s largest utility-scale battery storage facility proposed for Morro Bay

February 11th, 2021 Comments Off on World’s largest utility-scale battery storage facility proposed for Morro Bay
–A Texas energy company is proposing to build the world’s largest utility-scale battery storage facility on the site of the old Morro Bay Power Plant. […]

Lake Nacimiento water level rises almost 26 feet from recent storms

February 4th, 2021 Comments Off on Lake Nacimiento water level rises almost 26 feet from recent storms
–The recent storms helped significantly raise the water levels at Lake Nacimiento and Lake San Antonio. The area experienced at least seven inches of rain […]

Update: County rejects claims of SLO protesters filed against district attorney

February 3rd, 2021 Comments Off on Update: County rejects claims of SLO protesters filed against district attorney
–Legal counsel for the County of San Luis Obispo on Tuesday rejected the claims of Black Lives Matter protestors against San Luis Obispo County District […]

Alcoholic Beverage Control steps up enforcement in Paso Robles, restaurants warned

January 21st, 2021 Comments Off on Alcoholic Beverage Control steps up enforcement in Paso Robles, restaurants warned
–The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) recently warned several restaurants in San Luis Obispo County to follow state COVID-19 guidelines. Pappy McGregor’s gastropub […]
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