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Letter: I support George Galvan for Cuesta Board of Trustees

To the editor, I support George Galvan in his bid to be elected to the Cuesta Community College Board of Trustees. Galvan was my fellow […]Full Article

Letter: Jordan Cunningham will be education advocate

To the editor, Many candidates claim to support education but they lack the experience and qualifications to actually make a difference in our system – […]Full Article

Column: Bob Dylan wins Nobel Prize for literature?

For the first time ever a singer/songwriter wins Nobel Prize for his lyrics, but is it “literature”?   For the first time in the history […]Full Article

Letter: Just discovered wonderful, little Parkfield

To the editor, I have lived in this area for 44 years and only today made a trip to Parkfield, South Monterey County. It was […]Full Article

Letter: Assembly candidate Dawn Ortiz-Legg has flipped positions

To the editor: This election it has become abundantly clear that voters are looking for someone who is transparent and stands for something, not just […]Full Article

Monthly update from Mayor Steve Martin

By Steve Martin Mayor of Paso Robles We have more books and other materials for kids at our City Library thanks to a $2,500 donation […]Full Article

Letter: Candidate calls my community ‘armpit’ of the county

To the editor, I found out today, that one of our district’s candidates, running to represent us in Congress, has referred to my home community, […]Full Article

Opinion: I’ve seen all that is wrong with politics

By Justin Fareed Republican candidate for US Congress Working for a senior Member of Congress a few years ago, it was my responsibility to work […]Full Article

Letter: Firefighters thank community for support

The community support here on the Chimney Fire in Paso Robles has been crazy good. See, there are still some good people out there. You […]Full Article

Letter: Be part of a movement to lower water rates

To the editor, You’ve probably heard the story, by now, of the 53.7-percent water rate increase thrust upon the citizens who reside within the city […]Full Article