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Paso Robles, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Supervisor John Peschong

–Opening day came and went, but baseball fans are still awaiting the return of America’s favorite pastime. Many can only reminisce about previous seasons’ glory. […]Full Article

Paso Robles Recreation Services highlights options during shelter at home order

–Paso Robles Recreation Services and City Library staff have created two handy resources guided for recreation and entertainment during the closure with activities to help […]Full Article

Local Olive Festival and Lavender Festival combine and reschedule events to Aug. 21-23

–Due to the current COVID-19 situation, Paso Robles Downtown Main Street Association has postponed several 2020 events in the Downtown City Park. Included in these […]Full Article

School district names ‘Classified Employee of the Year’

–The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District has named Erika Tidwell, an employee at Daniel E. Lewis Middle School, “Classified Employee of the Year.” Watch […]Full Article

Update from the Mayor: We thank and salute our heroes

–Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin released the following video update on the City Of Paso Robles’ Youtube Channel:Full Article

Templeton student to serve as president of California FFA Association Officer Team

–Students from Galt, Lakeside, Modesto, Salinas, and Templeton have been elected by delegates from throughout California to serve on the 2020-2021 State FFA Officer Team. […]Full Article

Make pico de gallo for Cinco de Mayo with Órale Taqueria

A shelter-in-place Cinco de Mayo: Try this pico de gallo recipe from Órale Taqueria –Paso Robles’ Órale Taqueria, a locally owned and operated Mexican restaurant, […]Full Article

Fundraising drive for PRYAF will help keep arts alive for local youth

–The Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation submitted the following news update regarding their ongoing efforts to provide free visual and performing arts classes to local […]Full Article

Main Street selling posters to encourage Paso Roblans to keep their spirits up

$5 posters are fundraising effort Main Street in Paso Robles began selling posters encouraging people to “end the gloom and doom and bad news.” The […]Full Article

‘Happy Heart Hunt’ campaign in Paso Robles spreads messages of hope

–Paso Robles residents will soon see additional hearts popping up in neighborhoods, around town, and on vehicles as the Happy Heart Hunt campaign gets underway. […]Full Article