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Local Rotary club asks you to ‘Drop Your Drawers’ for the homeless

  –The Paso Robles Rotary Club is asking locals for donations to help the community’s homeless population. The campaign, called “Drop Your Drawers”, asks the […] Full Article

Annual Resource Fair at Paso Robles Senior Center set for Feb. 23

–The Paso Robles Senior Center in collaboration with the SLO County Food Bank and County of SLO Behavioral Health this week announced its annual Resource […] Full Article

Caltrans seeks public input on draft active transportation plan

–Caltrans District 5 is looking for public input on its draft Active Transportation Plan. The plan will identify locations where bicycle and pedestrian improvements might […] Full Article

Paso People’s Action partners with high school students to celebrate Black History Month

–Paso People’s Action, a grassroots progressive organization, and the Paso Robles High School Black Student Union, on Sunday announced their plans for a digital Black […] Full Article

Charles Paddock Zoo offering adoptable cockroaches for Valentine’s Day

–Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Charles Paddock Zoo is offering a unique way to show your true affection with “Adopt-A-Cockroach.” Through Monday, Feb. […] Full Article

Virtual ‘New to Medicare’ presentations offered in March

–Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) will sponsor a free virtual New to Medicare presentation for people interested in better understanding Medicare. The presentations […] Full Article

When will SLO County ag workers receive COVID-19 vaccine?

–The San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau reports– As news came in this week that farmworkers in some parts of California are starting to receive […] Full Article

Cuesta College accreditation reaffirmed for seven years

–Cuesta College’s accreditation has been reaffirmed by the Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. “The […] Full Article

Video: Pandemics and vaccines are old news for 104-year-old Templeton woman

‘Little old lady’ writes poem about vaccines –Pandemics are old news for Templeton resident Joyce Wright, 104, who lived through the H1N1 pandemic of 1918, […] Full Article

Paso Robles Library offers online employment assistance resources

–The Paso Robles City Library is pleased to announce a new addition to its eLibrary: an unemployment benefits navigator component to the JobNow platform. This […] Full Article