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Looking Back to 1930: Trio arrested for burglary, truck driver spills beans in San Miguel

October 15th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1930: Trio arrested for burglary, truck driver spills beans in San Miguel
Excerpts from the Thursday, October 9, 1930 Paso Robles Spotlight: Boot imprints clue used to apprehend Phelps’ house breakers In county jail, Jack Grieg confesses […]

Reports of dog flu outbreak concern local residents

October 9th, 2021 Comments Off on Reports of dog flu outbreak concern local residents
Canine flu vaccine is available –Local residents are expressing concern about a possible outbreak of canine flu in San Luis Obispo County. Several readers called […]

Looking Back: Pioneer Day Celebration in 1936

October 7th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back: Pioneer Day Celebration in 1936
Excerpt of Oct. 12, 1936, Daily Telegram of Paso Robles, CA Big Crowd at Sixth Annual Pioneer Day Celebration –By Frank Gehring All traffic on […]

Via Vega Vineyard and Winery honors Dia de los Muertos tradition

October 7th, 2021 Comments Off on Via Vega Vineyard and Winery honors Dia de los Muertos tradition
Bring mementos to celebrate the memories of loved ones –October is always festive at Via Vega Winery In Paso Robles. There is the beauty and […]

Well-wishers create sidewalk art to thank local hospital staff

October 2nd, 2021 Comments Off on Well-wishers create sidewalk art to thank local hospital staff
–A heartfelt mother-and-daughter project put smiles on employees’ faces when they arrived Monday morning at Twin Cities Community Hospital. About 20 pieces of sidewalk art […]

Looking Back to 1930: City plans airshow for Armistice Day celebration

September 30th, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1930: City plans airshow for Armistice Day celebration
Excerpts from the Thursday, October 2, 1930 Paso Robles Spotlight: Director Kelker appoints show chairman and aide for event, urges city’s aid –Appointing G.W. Dunn, […]

Local WWII veteran to be honored with a Dream Flight in vintage plane

September 29th, 2021 Comments Off on Local WWII veteran to be honored with a Dream Flight in vintage plane
‘I love to fly,’ veteran says –Robert Hager of Paso Robles, a 95-year old World War II Navy veteran is being honored Wednesday with a […]

Raffle to benefit Paso Robles teen’s recovery from rare condition

September 28th, 2021 Comments Off on Raffle to benefit Paso Robles teen’s recovery from rare condition
Tickets on sale now for $10 –Friends and family of Brooklyn Pesenti, a junior at Paso Robles High School, have joined forces to help her […]

Lake Nacimiento water level takes a deep dive

September 28th, 2021 Comments Off on Lake Nacimiento water level takes a deep dive
  Water level is low, but it’s been lower –Low water levels at Lake Nacimiento are concerning visitors and residents of the area. Since construction […]

Looking Back to 1936: Statistics give insight into the mailing habits of city

September 23rd, 2021 Comments Off on Looking Back to 1936: Statistics give insight into the mailing habits of city
Excerpts from the Saturday, March 14, 1936, Paso Robles Times: Postal receipts increased an average of $2,500 per year for past three years –Five thousand, […]
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