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Mayor’s update: Stay calm, stay in control, stay strong Paso Robles

Column by Steven W. Martin, Mayor of Paso Robles March 14, 2020  –As promised, I am increasing the frequency of this Mayor’s Blog to bring you […] Full Article

Big Bubba’s Bad BBQ reports $100,000 loss due to canceled event

Owner of mobile eatery donates $50,000 in leftovers to food bank –Roger Sharp, the owner of Big Bubba’s Bad BBQ, Tortilla Town, and Good Ol’ […] Full Article

Wine alliance updates guidance for wineries during pandemic

– Following California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new restrictions on wineries, bars, and restaurants amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance updated its […] Full Article

Local businesses: How are you adjusting during this time to accommodate your customers?

–During this time of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, some local businesses are adjusting their plans to serve customers better and accommodate the needs of social […] Full Article

Paso Robles police limiting non-essential in-person contact

–Effective immediately, the Paso Robles Police Department will implement measures to limit non-essential in-person contact. The department issued a statement on Sunday evening saying, “Public […] Full Article

Paso Robles School District announces plans for student meals during closure

The Paso Robles School District sent a message to local parents Sunday night about school closures and continuing meal service: On Friday, March 13th, Paso […] Full Article

Paso Robles, Templeton, Atascadero schools closed, classes canceled

Paso Robles School district closes schools –The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Board of Trustees held an emergency board meeting Friday afternoon and decided […] Full Article

County of SLO declares Public Health Emergency, Local Emergency

No confirmed cases yet in San Luis Obispo County –The San Luis Obispo County Health Officer declared a public health emergency today and the County […] Full Article

Cuesta classes suspended March 16 – 18, will move to online course delivery March 19

–In alignment with the effort of Cal Poly and San Luis Obispo County Schools to reduce the spread of coronavirus, Cuesta College will move to […] Full Article

District Attorney warns consumers to be wary of price gouging during an emergency

–District Attorney Dan Dow has issued a consumer alert regarding price gouging following Governor Gavin Newsom’s March 4, 2020, declaration of a state of emergency […] Full Article