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League of Women Voters supports behavioral health hospital in Templeton

To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of San Luis Obispo County supports the construction of the proposed Behavioral Health Hospital in Templeton. We […]Full Article

Racing triathlons makes me feel alive

Triathlons changed my life. Five years ago I weighed 280 pounds. I had a BMI of 36, which classified me as severely obese. I was […]Full Article

Council’s decision to open Centennial Pool is the right move

Editorial The Paso Robles City Council voted earlier this month to take the steps necessary to open Centennial Pool for the summer in 2016. With […]Full Article

PG&E joins with Cal Fire in wildfire awareness

PG&E funds local fire safe councils It only takes a spark. As California continues to weather one of the most severe droughts on record, the […]Full Article

Letter: Templeton behavioral health facility is greatly needed

I am writing in support of the 96-bed behavioral health hospital proposed to be built across the street from Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton. The […]Full Article

Cinco de Mayo: Fiesta time or jail time?

Buzzed driving is drunk driving By Sergeant Caleb Davis Atascadero Police Department In the United States, Cinco de Mayo – like St. Patrick’s Day – […]Full Article

Learn more about the practice and benfits of tai chi and qigong

By Faye Baker Counter Changes Movement Arts Practices help to regenerate the body, reduce stress, calm the mind, and soothe the central nervous system Tai chi […]Full Article

Oak Park is revitalizing north side of town

-Editorial- New housing facilities give residents more pride in where they live North Paso Robles has had a bad reputation. There is a perception of it having more […]Full Article

Monthly update from Mayor Steve Martin

By Steve Martin Mayor of Paso Robles All work and no bike riding makes Steve a dull mayor. More on that later. At last night’s […]Full Article

Change your landscaping and reduce water use

By Melody Huskey Greener Environments Landscaping The changing landscape of the California drought With our water at record breaking lows, many people are envisioning that […]Full Article