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Highlights posted from Oct. 2 Paso Robles City Council meeting

–Highlights from the City Council meeting on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 are as follows: Downtown Parking Update–There was a brief presentation from Julie Dixon, the […]Full Article

‘Up in the Air’ playing benefit concert at Castoro Cellars

Benefit concert for Yes on Measure G happening Oct. 5 Castoro Cellars will be hosting a benefit concert for Yes on Measure G on Oct. […]Full Article

Justin Fareed endorsed by Sheriff Parkinson

–Yesterday, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson formally announced his endorsement of Justin Fareed for U.S. Congress. In his endorsement announcement Sheriff Parkinson said, […]Full Article

Q&A with Paso Robles School Board Candidate Field Gibson

Editor’s note: This is the seventh in a series of Q&A’s for all candidates running for Paso Robles School Board.    Q&A with Paso Robles […]Full Article

Mayor, council candidate forum happening Oct. 4

–The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association are hosting a Candidate Forum that will feature both candidates running […]Full Article

Sworn Deputy Sheriff’s Association endorses congressional candidate

–Today, the San Luis Obispo County Sworn Deputy Sheriff’s Association (SDSA) announced its endorsement of Justin Fareed for Congress. The group is comprised of deputy […]Full Article

Cunningham endorsed by county superintendent

–Jordan Cunningham has received the endorsement of James Brescia, Superintendent of Public Education for San Luis Obispo County. “Jordan has shown his commitment to improving […]Full Article

Q&A with Paso Robles School Board Candidate Christopher Arend

Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a series of Q&A’s for all candidates running for Paso Robles School Board.    Q&A with Paso Robles […]Full Article

City council votes to adopt new election process

Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously to comply with the California Voting Rights Act —The future of elections in Paso Robles will be district-based, starting […]Full Article

City Council agenda posted for Oct. 2 meeting

–The agenda for a regular meeting of the Paso Robles City Council on Oct. 2 is now posted and available for review. Click here to view […]Full Article