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Paso Robles group working to open more warming centers for homeless

January 27th, 2023 Comments Off on Paso Robles group working to open more warming centers for homeless
One center remains open after storms – A group of North County advocates has joined forces to make more warming and storm shelters available to […]

Looking Back to 1930: Electric power project to modernize two districts

January 25th, 2023 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1930: Electric power project to modernize two districts
  Excerpts from Tuesday, December 9, 1930 The Paso Robles Spotlight: Creston, El Pomar area electrified at the cost of $90,000 A four-page, illustrated article, […]

Looking Back to 1956: Board of Supervisors candidate charges votes were illegally counted

January 19th, 2023 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1956: Board of Supervisors candidate charges votes were illegally counted
Excerpts from Thursday, December 27, 1956 Paso Robles Journal Coburn charges ‘surprise’ to Roland Gates – Supervisor-elect Roland Gates expressed his “surprise and concern,” Wednesday, […]

Looking Back to 1941: Heavy rains and wind damage entire coast

January 18th, 2023 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1941: Heavy rains and wind damage entire coast
Excerpts from Wednesday, February 12, 1941, Paso Robles Journal – Heavy rains and raging winds have done serious damage to the entire California coast during […]

Looking Back: January 1914 storm wipes out local bridges, creates ‘a sorry wreck’

January 13th, 2023 Comments Off on Looking Back: January 1914 storm wipes out local bridges, creates ‘a sorry wreck’
Greatest Rainfall on Record for One Month, Paso Robles Bridge Destroyed, San Miguel Impassable Excerpt from the Paso Robles Leader, Wednesday, January 28, 1914 Another […]

Looking Back to 1955: $110,000 Farmers Alliance project nears completion

January 5th, 2023 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1955: $110,000 Farmers Alliance project nears completion
Excerpts from Sunday, January 2, 1955, Sunday Review Grain loading storage, processing equipment installed in new 7-story structure Workmen today were putting the “finishing touches” […]

Local monarch butterfly population looking up for the second year

December 22nd, 2022 Comments Off on Local monarch butterfly population looking up for the second year
Preliminary population count reports 129,000 butterflies in San Luis Obispo County, up from over 90,000 in 2021 – The annual western monarch butterfly count by […]

Looking Back to 1946: Santa Claus coming for a visit on Saturday

December 14th, 2022 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1946: Santa Claus coming for a visit on Saturday
Excerpts from November 20, 1946, The Paso Robles Journal: Patron saint of Christmas will greet children and present every guest with a bag of candy […]

Looking back to 1950: $319,000 phone project for Paso as long-distance calls rise

December 7th, 2022 Comments Off on Looking back to 1950: $319,000 phone project for Paso as long-distance calls rise
Excerpts from Thursday, December 7, 1950, Paso Robles Journal: Major expansion program revealed by J. E. Gooding A large increase in the number of long-distance […]

Looking Back to 1918: Paso Robles sees first woman on a water wagon

December 1st, 2022 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1918: Paso Robles sees first woman on a water wagon
Excerpts from the Sunday, June 26, 1918, Paso Robles Leader: Woman on water wagon –Paso Robles is the first city in California we believe to […]
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