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Cuesta production of, ‘Ghost Ship’ honored with national award

–Cuesta College Drama Department’s production of Ghost Ship was honored by the Kennedy Center with ten national awards including Outstanding Theatrical Creation and Outstanding Production […]Full Article

New York Times Online now available to Paso Robles Library users

–Paso Robles City Library card holders can now access the New York Times online at no cost by visiting on a library computer or […]Full Article

Painted lady butterflies flutter through the county

–The painted lady butterflies’ migration north has reached San Luis Obispo County, according to a report by the Tribune. Last week, streams of the fluttering […]Full Article

Lacy Canaday, a North County ‘Leapling’

–Lacy Canaday of Paso Robles missed her birthday again this year. Lacy was born on Feb. 29, so she has a birthday every four years. […]Full Article

Warming shelter open Tuesday night

–Paso Cares‘ Warming Station will be open on Tuesday night, March 19. This is a change from the previous notice. A decision to open it […]Full Article

Eight Cuesta students headed to Skills USA State Competition

–Cuesta College career education programs are sending eight students to compete at the state level in Skills USA California’s 52nd Annual State Leadership and Skill […]Full Article

St. Patrick’s Day party happening at the children’s museum

–Visit the Paso Robles Children’s Museum on Sunday, March 17 for a fun day filled with lots of green. The children can make green slime […]Full Article

Kiwanis Club makes donation to RISE

–Kiwanis Clubs from Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, Atascadero and Los Osos banded together to donate over 30 bags of cleaning and hygiene supplies to […]Full Article

Twin Cities offering new class for expectant parents

–Twin Cities Community Hospital is offering a new class for expectant parents. Understanding Pregnancy will meet every third Thursday of the month. The first class […]Full Article

Looking Back: Feb. 7, 1936 shooting in Paso Robles results in two deaths

Editorial summary from Saturday, February 8, 1936, Extra Edition of the Paso Robles Times “A drunken row, which ended in death for Jesse Sledge, 45, […]Full Article