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Firestone Walker gets CalTravel award

A Paso Robles business — Firestone Walker Brewing Company — will be honored at the 33rd annual California Travel Summit, June 17 to 19 in […]Full Article

North County businesswoman wins UnitedAg Impact Award

Sarah Kramer, Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager at Umpqua Bank in Templeton, received UnitedAg’s Agribusiness Education Foundation Impact Award at the Ojai Valley Inn […]Full Article

Writer Skye Pratt joins Access Publishing

The team at Access Publishing welcomed writer and copy editor Skye Pratt this month. Scott Brennan, CEO of Access Publishing, has brought pratt onto the […]Full Article

Templeton Chamber Business Expo is April 29

The Templeton Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Business Expo on Wednesday April 29, from 4-7 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, located at […]Full Article

Zan Overturf closing The Treeman when she runs out of inventory

A Paso Robles institution — The Tree Man nursery — is going out of business when it runs out of inventory. Owner Zan Overturf started the […]Full Article

Delta Liquid Energy celebrates three long-term employees

Paso Robles-based Delta Liquid Energy is a local company owned and operated by a third-generation propane marketing family, the Platz. More than a third of […]Full Article

Restaurant raises $18,000 for cancer resources

Il Cortile Ristorante raised over $18,000 in support of local cancer resources during the recent Tour of Paso cycling event With 10 riders on the […]Full Article

Idlers’ ‘Mom & Apple Pie Contest’ returns

Idler’s Home “Mom & Apple Pie Contest” returns for its 31st year this spring. It began in 1984 as Idler’s was coming up on 30 […]Full Article

Atascadero Chamber of Commerce hires Carrie Head

The Atascadero Chamber of Commerce announced last week hiring Carrie Head to the staff as the new membership development director. Head comes to the chamber with an […]Full Article

Council expresses approval for allowing drive-throughs south of 24th street

Council supported the idea a zoning amendment, but sent it back to the Planning Commission to be re-drafted to possibly encompass a wider area At the March […]Full Article