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Opinion: Moving forward with water solutions for Paso Robles basin

By San Luis Obispo County Supervisors Debbie Arnold and Lynn Compton The San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder’s office has reported preliminary results regarding the […]Full Article

Letter: Achadjian puts people above partisanship

To the editor, The United States Congress was designed to endure conflict. In fact, conflict and debate were assumed when our system of government was […]Full Article

Paso Robles water future is bright

By Paso Robles Public Works Director Dick McKinley –The City of Paso Robles, and our partners in the Lake Nacimiento water project, are in the […]Full Article

Keys to the Coast: Hearst Castle shenanigans

  By Donna Polizzi Being a guest at Hearst Castle was a fascinating experience for me as I’m sure it must be for the millions […]Full Article

Letter: Vote ‘Yes’ on A and B

To the editor, As a fourth generation resident of this county, I’m dismayed by some of the name calling that has come from the anti […]Full Article

Letter: Oil train opinion lacked valid rationale

To the editor, –On February 18, Fred Strong, a Paso Robles City Councilman, wrote a letter to the editor criticizing the opposition to the Mesa […]Full Article

Consider parent coaching for less stressful parenting

–We all know parenting can be really difficult at times. But, what do you do when parenting feels difficult all the time? What do you […]Full Article

Letter: Solve the dangerous downhill speed issue on Niblick bridge

To the editor,  On February 22, I was driving to SuperCuts to get my hair done in the Kohl’s shopping center. I turned onto Niblick Road […]Full Article

Letters: Opinions on the water district

Editor’s note: Due to the volume of letters received regarding the proposed water district, this post contains submissions from multiple readers.  Local control of critical […]Full Article

Letter: Voting ‘Yes’ is the right thing to do, but it’s just the beginning

To the editor, Here’s a thought – would you rather own de-valued land with water use restrictions, or join together to meet collective water needs? […]Full Article