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Looking Back: Twenty Thousand Pour Through Gates at First Annual Fair

Excerpt from Wednesday, September 18, 1946 Paso Robles Journal Livestock Exhibits Cited by Experts as Being Most Outstanding in State; Southern Pacific Band, Western Cavalcade […] Full Article

Looking Back: New July Rain Record Is Set

Excerpt from July 13, 1950, Paso Robles Journal All Marks Broken By Sunday Storm No Damage to Crops Reported As Up to An Inch Falls […] Full Article

Looking Back: Program For Fair

Excerpt from the August 10, 1950, Paso Robles Journal The San Luis Obispo County Fair program of events and daily judging is as follows: Thursday, […] Full Article

Looking Back: Fires Take Huge Tolls In Rural Areas

Excerpt from the July 21, 1936, Paso Robles Times Many Acres of Grass and Stubble Burned at Estrella Ranch Saturday Weekend fires in the rural […] Full Article

Looking Back: Cuesta Grade Project Is Assured

Excerpt from the June 16, 1936, Paso Robles Times President Signs Federal Aid Bill Which Provides 1936-37 Biennium Funds Final and positive assurance that the […] Full Article

Looking Back: Forty-two Seniors Will Graduate Next Week

Excerpt from the June 9, 1928 Spotlight The largest class in the history of the Paso Robles Union High School will graduate Friday evening. The […] Full Article

Looking Back: Water Expansion is Banned

Excerpt from The Paso Robles Journal, Thursday June 22, 1950 Council Will Refuse All Outside Service Present Lines Operating At Capacity Load and Additional Users […] Full Article

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