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San Luis Obispo City Council opposes Phillips 66 oil train project

The San Luis Obispo City Council decided Tuesday night to oppose the Santa Maria Phillips 66 rail spur project, which could bring mile-long oil trains carrying […]Full Article

District Attorney endorses Cunningham for Assembly

State Assembly Candidate Jordan Cunningham of Templeton announced today that he has received the endorsement of San Luis Obispo County District Attorney Dan Dow. As […]Full Article

Republican women donate $1500 to Honor Flight Central Coast

On Monday February 16, 2015, Sue Evans and Martha James of the Paso Robles Republican Women Federated presented Honor Flight Central Coast California with a […]Full Article

City manager retiring at end of year

– Paso Robles City Manager Jim App announced today that he plans to retire at the end of this year. “I have notified the Paso […]Full Article

Local announces bid for Katcho Achadjian’s assembly seat

Templeton Unified School District Trustee Jordan Cunningham, a Republican, announced his candidacy for California State Assembly District 35, a seat that Katcho Achadjian will vacate […]Full Article

State senator introduces bill requiring warning labels on sugary drinks

Paso Robles’s state senator re-introduces legislation In the wake of a growing movement to rein in sugary drink consumption and unprecedented evidence tying these beverages […]Full Article

Forum on SLO County special districts Mar. 11

What is a “Special District”? How many do we have in our county? What do they do? How are they funded? These questions and more […]Full Article

County supervisors let water ordinance expire

No regulations are put into place to restrict new development The Paso Robles Groundwater Basin emergency ordinance, which was approved in 2013, will expire in […]Full Article

City council recognizes Crimson Newsmagazine

High school paper places in top 6 at nationals Paso Robles High School’s Crimson Newsmagazine was recognized for its accomplishments — getting fifth place Best […]Full Article

Council endorses street maintainence progress

On Tuesday evening, the Paso Robles City Council reviewed a report from the city’s Supplemental Tax Oversight Committee, which has funded several streets projects over […]Full Article