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Looking Back: Making Plans for Addition to Hotel

Excerpt from the Paso Robles Star, Wednesday, November 24, 1920 H. Taylor, the builder and owner of the Hotel Taylor, has instructed his architect, Chester […]Full Article

Looking Back: Paso Robles Jaycees crown 1968 Junior Miss

Excerpt from The Daily Press, Monday, November 20, 1967 A large and enthusiastic audience Saturday night watched Lorie Livingston of Paso Robles crowned Paso Robles […]Full Article

Looking Back: What were your parents or grandparents up to on October 2, 1930?

Excerpt from the October 2, 1930 issue of the Paso Robles Spotlight From simpler times when keeping up with the comings and goings of our […]Full Article

Looking Back: Heavy Rain Brings Joy to Ranchers

Excerpt from the Wednesday, November 20, 1946, Paso Robles Journal Grass Growth on Ranges Full Month Ahead of Normal, Reported Two and a half inches […]Full Article

Looking Back: No Destruction of Caledonia Inn Declares Highway Board

Excerpt from the Thursday, October 30, 1930, Paso Robles Spotlight HIGHWAY TO PASS HOSTEL, MAY BE SET BACK AS ALTERNATIVE DATES TO 1835 Structure Rich […]Full Article

Looking Back: Pioneer Day Trophy Winners

Excerpt from the Sunday Review, Sunday, October 16, 1944 Sweepstakes Award (Best Float in Parade). St. James Episcopal Church. Sweepstakes Award (Best Window display). A. […]Full Article

Looking Back: Pioneer Day Celebration Huge Success

Excerpt from the Paso Robles Advertiser, Wednesday, October 14, 1931 Pioneer Day brought more real pioneer material to Paso Robles than it was thought possible […]Full Article

Looking Back: High School Paper Marked By Ability

An excerpt from the Thursday, October 2, 1930, Paso Robles Spotlight Friendly policies of the Paso Robles Spotlight were vindicated again with the announcement today […]Full Article

Looking Back: Tom Mix To Bring Circus to Paso Robles March 14

Excerpt from the Saturday, March 14, 1936, Paso Robles Times –The circus is coming to town! Yes sir, the clowns, the trapeze artists, the performing […]Full Article

Looking Back: 1887, Paso Robles hot springs have ‘unexcelled curative properties,’ cure numerous diseases

Excerpts from the September 10, 1887, Paso Robles Leader The Sulphur Hot Springs: Mud Baths and Medicated Waters — Diseases Which May Be Cured by […]Full Article