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Looking Back: Who remembers Alley Oop?

December 7th, 2019 Comments Off on Looking Back: Who remembers Alley Oop?
Comic page from the January 12, 1937 Daily Telegram –How many of us have the habit of taking a quick glance at the newspaper headlines […]

Looking Back: 1887, Paso Robles hot springs have ‘unexcelled curative properties,’ cure numerous diseases

September 14th, 2019 Comments Off on Looking Back: 1887, Paso Robles hot springs have ‘unexcelled curative properties,’ cure numerous diseases
Excerpts from the September 10, 1887, Paso Robles Leader The Sulphur Hot Springs: Mud Baths and Medicated Waters — Diseases Which May Be Cured by […]

Looking Back: Watch for Children, Warns Auto Club

August 17th, 2019 Comments Off on Looking Back: Watch for Children, Warns Auto Club
Excerpt from the January 5, 1937, Paso Robles Times The holidays are over and children have returned to their class rooms. During the past two […]

Looking Back: Fires Take Huge Tolls In Rural Areas

June 22nd, 2019 Comments Off on Looking Back: Fires Take Huge Tolls In Rural Areas
Excerpt from the July 21, 1936, Paso Robles Times Many Acres of Grass and Stubble Burned at Estrella Ranch Saturday Weekend fires in the rural […]

San Luis Obispo Assisted Living Professionals Publish ‘Reasons For Elders To Make Decisions Early’

May 12th, 2019 Comments Off on San Luis Obispo Assisted Living Professionals Publish ‘Reasons For Elders To Make Decisions Early’
–Senior citizens today are generally more active than their parents and grandparents were at the same age and this vitality can be a double-edged sword […]

Looking back: Paso Robles welcomes 1946 with orderly celebration

December 28th, 2018 Comments Off on Looking back: Paso Robles welcomes 1946 with orderly celebration
Excerpt from the Paso Robles Journal, Wednesday, January 2, 1946 Paso Robles welcomed the new year with an assortment of noises, horns honking, bells ringing, […]

Dine and wine in the alley in downtown Paso Robles

December 24th, 2018 Comments Off on Dine and wine in the alley in downtown Paso Robles
From the SLO County Visitor’s Guide   Pleasant surprises found on Norma’s Way in downtown Paso Robles What at first looks like any other alley […]

Paso Robles Historical Society seeking community support to preserve old local newspapers

October 10th, 2018 Comments Off on Paso Robles Historical Society seeking community support to preserve old local newspapers
–At least 18 newspapers have been published in Paso Robles since the 1800s and the Paso Robles Area Historical Society has collected hundreds of these […]

City Council approves downtown distilleries, breweries and winemaking

January 19th, 2018 Comments Off on City Council approves downtown distilleries, breweries and winemaking
Rezoning area northeast of the city park also allows ground-floor offices –The Paso Robles City Council approved changes to downtown zoning at the Jan 16 […]

New 151-room ‘Hotel Ava’ approved

September 29th, 2017 Comments Off on New 151-room ‘Hotel Ava’ approved
Project was approved in 2014 but delayed by owners to upgrade the design –After four years in planning, the Pine Street Promenade project at 944 […]
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