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Looking Back: Boys School plans shown

April 17th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back: Boys School plans shown
Excerpt from the Thursday, May 18, 1950 Paso Robles Journal –The Cuban Room at the Paso Robles Inn was the setting Friday evening, May 12 […]

Paso Robles History Museum reopens April 16, introduces new Wine History Gallery

April 14th, 2021 Comments Off on Paso Robles History Museum reopens April 16, introduces new Wine History Gallery
–The Paso Robles Historical Society has announced the reopening of the Paso Robles History Museum on Fri, April 16 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the […]

Paso Robles Historical Society holding yard sale April 23-24

April 14th, 2021 Comments Off on Paso Robles Historical Society holding yard sale April 23-24
–The Paso Robles Historical Society is holding a fundraising yard sale April 23-24 and is still taking donations of items and asking for volunteers to […]

Looking Back: Don’t pick a fight unless you’re bigger than the other guy

April 9th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back: Don’t pick a fight unless you’re bigger than the other guy
Excerpt from the Saturday, April 18, 1936, Paso Robles Times Moral: Don’t pick a fight unless you’re bigger than the other guy or able to […]

Looking Back: Supervisors pass resolution closing county hospitals to paying patients

April 2nd, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back: Supervisors pass resolution closing county hospitals to paying patients
  Excerpt from the Saturday, April 4, 1936, Paso Robles Times: Only persons who are financially unable to afford hospitalization elsewhere, or who have met […]

Looking Back: The day no one mentioned the city’s 57th birthday

March 27th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back: The day no one mentioned the city’s 57th birthday
–Excerpts from the March 13, 1946, Paso Robles Journal: At the Side of the Road With Arem Dee Well, well, well . . . Paso […]

Backyard gardens can help save the monarch butterfly

March 26th, 2021 Comments Off on Backyard gardens can help save the monarch butterfly
Local gardeners set an example with their certified wildlife habitat –Local Congressman Salud Carbajal’s (D–Santa Barbara) recently announced support for two bills in the US […]

Looking Back: Paso Roblans in January 1919 as the Spanish Flu was winding down

March 20th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back: Paso Roblans in January 1919 as the Spanish Flu was winding down
‘If our city Trustees would have the streets sprinkled with sulphur water we believe it would entirely eradicate the disease’ Excerpts from the Paso Robles […]

Local on Good Morning America for ‘Myositis Awareness First Pitch’ campaign

March 16th, 2021 Comments Off on Local on Good Morning America for ‘Myositis Awareness First Pitch’ campaign
–Templeton resident Vance Robinson was featured on Monday’s ABC’s Good Morning America. Robinson has been an avid baseball fan for most of his life and […]

Local firm transitioned into PPE maker, now Paso Robles’ largest employer

March 9th, 2021 Comments Off on Local firm transitioned into PPE maker, now Paso Robles’ largest employer
Daniels Wood Land now employing 1,700 workers and hiring –In April 2020, Daniels Wood Land added personal protection equipment (PPE) isolation gowns to its product […]
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