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IQMS begins major expansion in Paso Robles

Local software company broke ground yesterday on a second 30,000 square foot building at its global corporate headquarters on Wisteria Lane of Golden Hills Road . […]Full Article

Pacific Western Bank plans local branch

Pacific Western Bank is planning on opening a new branch in town, according to a bank employee. The new branch will open at 12th and […]Full Article

Tractor Supply Co. opens at old Kmart

  A new Tractor Supply Co. store opened at the old Kmart location at 2800 Riverside Ave and celebrated its grand opening on Saturday. The store has […]Full Article

Joint Manned, Unmanned Aircraft Operations tested at Camp Roberts

The feasible integration of manned and unmanned aircraft came one step closer with a flight demonstration over central California. Avionics company Sagetech Corporation and unmanned […]Full Article

Heritage Oaks Bank’s CFO resigns

Heritage Oaks Bancorp, the holding company for Heritage Oaks Bank announced that the Company’s and the Bank’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Tom Tolda, […]Full Article

Umpqua Bank Opens in Templeton

Umpqua Bank Opens Agriculture and Commercial Banking Center Umpqua Bank announced this week the opening of a new agriculture and commercial banking center. It will serve the […]Full Article

Heritage Oaks Bank stock downgraded

FIG Partners lowered shares of Heritage Oaks Bancorp (NASDAQ: HEOP) from an outperform rating to a market perform rating in a research report released on […]Full Article

Chamber members going to Russia

The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Collette Vacations, a global leader of world travel, to offer its members, family, friends and the […]Full Article

Former Paso Press publisher takes job in Merced

Jason Cross has accepted a job as advertising director and publisher at the Merced Sun-Star, the newspaper reports. Cross, 34, is the former publisher of Paso Robles […]Full Article

Local woodworker sells his truck to fund free memorial boxes for grieving military families

A Paso Robles master craftsman has created a poignant and tangible way of expressing his appreciation and sympathy for families of service men and women […]Full Article