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Looking Back: Goat’s milk creamery opens in Paso Robles, farmer injured in tractor accident

Excerpts from the Saturday, April 4, 1936 Paso Robles Times: Goat’s milk cannery planned by the new owners of creamery Paso Robles will be made […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1930 crimes: Police seize homemade beer, dog killer wanted for strychnine poisoning

Excerpts from the Thursday, October 23, 1930, Paso Robles Spotlight: Dog-killing maniac sought after outrage Three animals near death as wide police search is undertaken. […] Full Article

67-year-old time capsule opened in Paso Robles

Box preserved old pictures of boys school, newspapers, and business cards – Thursday morning, California State Corrections officials opened a 67-year-old time capsule installed during […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1930: Trio arrested for burglary, truck driver spills beans in San Miguel

Excerpts from the Thursday, October 9, 1930 Paso Robles Spotlight: Boot imprints clue used to apprehend Phelps’ house breakers In county jail, Jack Grieg confesses […] Full Article

Looking Back: Pioneer Day Celebration in 1936

Excerpt of Oct. 12, 1936, Daily Telegram of Paso Robles, CA Big Crowd at Sixth Annual Pioneer Day Celebration –By Frank Gehring All traffic on […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1930: City plans airshow for Armistice Day celebration

Excerpts from the Thursday, October 2, 1930 Paso Robles Spotlight: Director Kelker appoints show chairman and aide for event, urges city’s aid –Appointing G.W. Dunn, […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1936: Statistics give insight into the mailing habits of city

Excerpts from the Saturday, March 14, 1936, Paso Robles Times: Postal receipts increased an average of $2,500 per year for past three years –Five thousand, […] Full Article

Looking Back: 1887 was a good year to buy the farm

Excerpts from the September 10, 1887, Paso Robles Leader: Town lots and farms –It is unnecessary perhaps to remind the public that if they wish […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1944: Pioneer baby contest is announced

Excerpts from the Wednesday, September 6, 1944, The Paso Robles Journal: Feature of city celebration will bring out history of families –Pioneer family parents of […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1931: The adventures of Mrs. Harriet E. Exline, lost in the wild

Excerpts from the Wednesday, September 2, 1931, Paso Robles Advertiser: P.R. Pioneer in Exciting Experience –The large city dailies have devoted a good deal of […] Full Article