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Do we need this proposed water district?

By Jim Olesnanik Do we need this proposed water district? I learned long ago that before you can solve a problem you must first identify the […] Full Article

April 2015 – Monthly update from Mayor of Paso Robles Steve Martin

By Steve Martin Mayor of Paso Robles The Saturday, March 21 goal-setting session at City Hall went very smoothly. Ken Hampion, former city manager for […] Full Article

April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month

  In 1983 President Ronald Reagan issued a presidential proclamation designating April as Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month to, “acknowledge the importance of families and […] Full Article

Commentary expressed on economic impact of proposed marine sanctuary

By Monica Galligan The Santa Lucia Chapter of the Sierra Club is promoting a September 2014 report asserting that a proposed National Marine Sanctuary would bring […] Full Article

Letter: Not comforted after PG&E Diablo safety report

To the editor: Unbelievable. Somehow I don’t feel any comfort in PG& E’s confirmation that Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant can withstand a worse-case scenario earthquake […] Full Article

Postpartum depression is more common than we know

  Approximately 2700 babies are born each year in San Luis Obispo County. Child-birth can be difficult for new mothers. Nearly 80 percent of the women […] Full Article

Letter: I am excited for concerts on Thursday

To the Paso Robles locals opposed to the concerts in the park moving to Thursday, stop and consider other angles: 1. More parking because it […] Full Article

February 2015 – Monthly update from Mayor Steve Martin

By Steve Martin Mayor of Paso Robles Before we get started, a little housekeeping. As your Mayor, it’s my job to listen, lead and communicate. […] Full Article

Downtown merchants should help fund fireworks

To the editor, This past week I have read that the 4th of July Fireworks in Paso for 2015 are cancelled due to fundraising challenges, […] Full Article

Opinion: Harvard’s big money understands the value of water

By Robert Gusentine When the world’s largest academic endowment makes a multi-year, $60 million investment in agricultural land, trend watchers tend to sit up and […] Full Article