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Opinion: We were not the enemy, professor emeritus recalls

Japanese Americans today are alarmed at the parallels for the Muslim American community By Satsuki Ina –When the Imperial Japanese Navy attacked Pearl Harbor, Japanese […]Full Article

Superintendent thanks Paso Robles for passage of Measure M

Letter from the Superintendent of Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Chris Williams –Chris Williams, Superintendent of the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District, submitted […]Full Article

Letter: The Poop Fairy doesn’t really exist

To the editor, Remember, the Poop Fairy doesn’t really exist! The little blue or plastic bags you leave laying around the streets are not picked […]Full Article

CHP: Distracted driving is no accident

Every year, thousands of people are seriously injured or killed statewide in vehicle collisions caused by distracted drivers. The unfortunate truth is distracted driving collisions […]Full Article

DA expresses disappointment at Prop. 57

To the editor, I am deeply saddened that a majority of California voters were misled to believe that the early release of prisoners from state […]Full Article

Letter: Steve Martin congratulates John Peschong

To the editor and the voters of the First Supervisorial District, I would like to extend my congratulations to Mr. John Peschong and his supporters […]Full Article

Atascadero, Paso Robles mayors urge citizens to vote

Martin & O’Malley urge all votes to make their voices heard – The two Mayors of cities in Northern San Luis Obispo County are making […]Full Article

Letters to the editor in support of Coach Rich Schimke

Letters submitted in support of Coach Rich Schimke   Submitted to Paso Robles Superintendent Chris Williams, I am writing due to the appalling and unbelievably […]Full Article

Letter: Measure J proponents are deceiving

To the editor, I am writing to address that actual tax effect of Measure J. The proponents describe this as a .5% increase which is deceiving […]Full Article

CHP: Talk to children about drug abuse during Red Ribbon Week

The California Highway Patrol recognizes Red Ribbon Week, October 23-31, as an opportunity for families to have lifesaving conversations with their children about drug abuse. […]Full Article