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Letter: Regarding death penalty, we need reform not abolition

Dear editor, Regarding Governor Newsom’s decision to halt the death penalty (“Governor orders a halt…” March 13), the governor is misunderstanding the problem. While I […]Full Article

Letter: Govenor’s decision on death penalty tells Californians that their votes don’t matter

Dear Editor, Regarding Governor Gavin Newsom bringing the death penalty to an end in California (“Governor orders a halt to the death penalty”, March 14), […]Full Article

Letter: New parent program helpful for teen moms

Dear Editor, Re: “Twin Cities offering new class for expectant parents” (March 16), I applaud this important new program. Becoming a parent for the first […]Full Article

Letter: Bearcats baseball team seeks donations

To whom It may concern, My name is Jonathon Thornhill and I am the Varsity Head Coach for Paso Robles High School’s baseball team. Our […]Full Article

Letter: More than just a band teacher

Submitted by Hilary Anderson To the editor, I am writing to the community to hear my voice. Another great teacher and role model for our […]Full Article

Letter: Chris Williams urges new board to align values, be selfless

Submitted by Chris Williams –I want to start by saying thank you for the incredible support and willingness in allowing me to be a part […]Full Article

Letter: Jail isn’t jolly

To the editor, Be merry! It’s time for people to gather for their holiday parties. For some, it is a time to overindulge with food […]Full Article

Letter: One stolen basketball officiating bag found

To the editor, On Nov. 10, my car window was smashed and two officiating bags were stolen from the back seat of my car at […]Full Article

Letter: Basketball officiating gear stolen from vehicle

To the editor, On Saturday night around 5:30 p.m., we had just completed officiating the Hancock basketball game at Cuesta College. We stopped in Paso […]Full Article

Letter: Visit downtown, pay $600 to park

To the editor, –The City of Paso Robles puts out “No Parking After 4 p.m.” signs where they can’t be seen and ten or more […]Full Article