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Looking Back: Smallpox Epidemic Feared

Excerpt from the Paso Robles Times, Saturday April 18, 1936 Health Officer Urges Immediate Inoculation A smallpox “scare” resulting from the sudden death of Fred […] Full Article

Looking Back: Cliff Fast Chosen Student Body President for ‘37

Excerpt from May 23, 1936 Paso Robles Times Joining the national political heat wave, the Paso Robles high school last week held it’s primary election […] Full Article

Looking Back: The Lost is Found—the adventures of Oliver Olsen

Excerpt from the March 28, 1936 Paso Robles Times The average motorist, when he sees some article of value lying along the highway on which […] Full Article

Looking Back: Paso-Cambria Route Delayed Indefinitely

Excerpt from the March 28, 1936 Paso Robles Times In a letter addressed to The Cambrian, and published in that paper this week, Earl Lee […] Full Article

Looking Back: Rain ends Yankee training school here; proposed game for Sunday p.m. cancelled

Excerpt from Saturday, April 4, 1936 Paso Robles Times The New York Yankee’s spring training camp, after getting off to a late start Tuesday because […] Full Article

Looking Back: Paso Robles business in 1895

Editorial excerpts from the Paso Robles Record, Saturday, April 6, 1895 City passes new business license ordinance The city established new business license fees. People […] Full Article

Looking Back: May Drop Charges Against Hillman

Excerpt from November 24, 1920, Paso Robles Star By agreement between counsel the criminal charges against Clarence D. Hillman, owner of the Estrella ranch, and […] Full Article

Looking Back: Personality of the week Giff Sobey cares little for recognition

An excerpt from The Daily Press, October 4, 1967 By Carol Allison A keen business mind, coupled with a quick dry sense of humor and […] Full Article

Looking back: Firemen Protest Bus Stop

Excerpt from the Thursday, May 18, 1950 Paso Robles Journal Corner Unloading Declared Unsafe Congestion Makes Turning of Equipment at Busy Corner a Menace to […] Full Article

Looking Back: Feb. 7, 1936 shooting in Paso Robles results in two deaths

Editorial summary from Saturday, February 8, 1936, Extra Edition of the Paso Robles Times “A drunken row, which ended in death for Jesse Sledge, 45, […] Full Article