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Students host forum for school board candidates

Six candidates appeared before an audience of almost 200 students – Paso Robles High School recently held a student-led forum for candidates vying for positions […] Full Article

City hosting public hearing on water rate increases

Members of the public invited to attend hearing, provide input – The City of Paso Robles is proposing to gradually phase in water rate increases […] Full Article

Local election offices open Saturday

North County election office located in Atascadero – The San Luis Obispo Election Office, located at 1055 Monterey Street, and the Atascadero Election Office, located […] Full Article

City employees endorse Steve Martin for third mayor term

Martin releases video about candidacy – Local Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 620, representing Paso Robles city employees, recently released an endorsement for Mayor Steve […] Full Article

Update: Paso Robles mayoral candidate meeting voters every day in city park

– A candidate for mayor of Paso Robles, Michael Rivera, will be at the gazebo at the Downtown City Park downtown to answer questions and […] Full Article

Bridge replacement projects receive millions in federal funding

Caltrans replacing Toro Creek, Old Creek bridges on Highway 1 – Caltrans announced this week that projects to replace Toro Creek and Old Creek Bridges […] Full Article

City council approves new cannabis delivery ordinances

Updates from Oct. 18 city council meeting – The Paso Robles City Council met Tuesday and adopted an ordinance to repeal and replace a part […] Full Article

Assemblyman issues statement on wind development lease auction

Morro Bay offshore wind project expected to generate more than three gigawatts of electricity once fully developed – This week, Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-San Luis […] Full Article

Opinion: County public health agency advocates for Proposition 31

– Public health professionals have fought to prevent the deadly impacts of nicotine addiction in every city, county, and state for decades. It’s why we […] Full Article

Printing errors reported in voter information guides

Guides were mailed out with ballots last week – The San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder has discovered two printing errors in the county voter information […] Full Article