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Data and map show rate of COVID-19 infection higher in SLO County than most of state

–With a population of 283,405 and 89 reported cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus disease reported on Thursday, San Luis Obispo County‘s ratio of cases per […]Full Article

COVID-19: SLO County reports 89 cases, including 15 health care workers, Cal Poly hospital readied

  –On Thursday, April 2, at 1 p.m., the County of San Luis Obispo updated the community on the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, 89 local residents […]Full Article

Paso Robles restaurants and wineries serving meals

–The Paso Robles Daily News would like to encourage the community to patronize local businesses and organizations that are adapting during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic […]Full Article

Paso Robles services, stores, and shops open and ready to serve

–The Paso Robles Daily News would like to encourage the community to patronize local businesses and organizations that are adapting during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to better […]Full Article

Paso Robles wineries open for pickups, deliveries, and online orders

–The Paso Robles Daily News would like to encourage the community to patronize local businesses and organizations that are adapting during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic […]Full Article

The Community Foundation grants over $30k in COVID-19 relief support

–The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County recently opened its Disaster Support Fund in response to the World Health Organization declaring the spread of the […]Full Article

IRS says no action needed by most people to receive coronavirus stimulus funds

–The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service announced on March 30 that distribution of economic impact payments will begin in the next three […]Full Article

Mayor’s update: ‘Phase two’ continues, physical distancing seems to be working

From the Blog of Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin  –Phase Two of the coronavirus crisis continues in our county. We are experiencing in real life […]Full Article

Cuesta College to remain online for Spring Semester

–Cuesta College classes are to remain fully online through the spring semester as federal social-distancing guidelines were extended to Apr. 30. A decision on the […]Full Article

Community Foundation grants over $30k in COVID-19 relief efforts

Local community members are encouraged to donate to relief efforts. –The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County recently opened its Disaster Support Fund in response […]Full Article