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A message to San Luis Obispo County from Sheriff Ian Parkinson

Submitted by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson –It never fails to amaze me, how people come together in times of a crisis. A […]Full Article

Letter: Residents justifiably concerned about catastrophic fires

To the citizens of Paso Robles, –I am responding to your numerous emails that I received throughout the day regarding the recent events surrounding the […]Full Article

California Police Chiefs Association releases platform calling for major changes, reforms

–On Friday, leaders of the California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) announced a platform of guiding principles and policies outlining an inclusive strategy intended to bring […]Full Article

City manager, police chief, and fire chief send special message to community about troubling times

Keeping Paso Robles healthy, safe, and prepared A message to the community from City Manager Tom Frutchey, Paso Robles Police Chief Ty Lewis, and Paso […]Full Article

Letter: Thank you to the many heroes who helped extinguish River Fire

Dear firefighters, police, and community support, –I wish to deeply thank the many heroes who helped control, maintain, and extinguish the River Fire and save […]Full Article

Letter to the editor: Local police department needs to be reformed

To the editor, Thank you for the chance to let my voice be heard. The Paso Robles “Police” Department needs reform because the political era […]Full Article

On Faith & Family: Fellowship With God

By Leah Gibson of Paso Robles I’m going on a hot date this afternoon with one of the most handsome guys I know. We’ve only […]Full Article

Road trip tips from California Highway Patrol

Submitted by California Highway Patrol  –As we head into the summer months, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) wants to remind motorists to ensure their vehicles […]Full Article

Mental health organization releases statement on recent shooting in Paso Robles

–The National Alliance on Mental Illness San Luis Obispo County released the following statement regarding the recent shootings in North County: For those of us […]Full Article

Letter: Students cannot learn about racism from teachers who do not believe in it

To the editor, I recently saw some online comments by a former high school teacher of mine which characterized the local protests in the wake […]Full Article
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