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Column: Our time to influence change… Youth sports

–Change is inevitable. Some of that change comes in ways we are thankful for and others that make us yearn for a different time and […] Full Article

On Faith and Family: From the mouth of babes

–Have you ever had one of those days when you just really needed a good laugh? My husband was sent on a long and unexpected […] Full Article

Column: Let’s find a balance between parklets and parking

Pages from The Pass of the Oaks –The charm of summer calls us to dine, shop, recreate and enjoy being together. It has been a […] Full Article

Letter: Deeply concerned about online surveillance, censorship

To the editor, –After this week’s announcement from the White House that they are now monitoring Facebook to identify persons who are promoting a false […] Full Article

San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles area is highly racially integrated, study says

Statewide, California has a segregation problem By Dan Walters/CalMatters Deeply blue California’s top political figures, from the governor downward, portray the state as a model […] Full Article

Letter: Rodeos mean constant trauma for animals and participants

To the editor,  -I was saddened to learn that some Cal Poly students continue to be involved in entertainment that causes harm to animals, “Cal […] Full Article

Column: Lessons learned from a local winery’s elegant solutions

Get involved in local issues –I find myself getting in a near panic or at the very least irritated by the very clunky problem solving […] Full Article

Letter: We should demand oversight of projects with valley fever risk

To the editor, –Last month, a warning notice was mailed to residents within a certain radius of the soon-to-begin Olsen-South Chandler Ranch Housing Development. The […] Full Article

Letter: Response to ‘thoughtful discussion on the future of parklets’

Dear editor, -The article “Editorial: Thoughtful discussion on the future of parklets,” was skewed in so many levels. Here is why: Main street and the […] Full Article

Editorial: Thoughtful discussion on the future of parklets

What to do with parklets in Paso Robles? –On a recent visit to Carmel, I was delighted to see the lovely and inviting parklets that […] Full Article
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