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Republican Congressional candidate Chris Mitchum visiting Paso Robles

Chris Mitchum, a candidate for the 24th Congressional District, will be speaking at the Paso Robles Republican Women’s meeting at noon on Monday, September 15 […]Full Article

John Hamon announces re-election campaign for city council

Paso Robles City Councilman John Hamon announced Wednesday his re-election campaign for city council. The 60-year-old incumbent and owner of Hamon Overhead Door will be […]Full Article

Mobile medical marijuana dispensaries may operate in Paso Robles

City will issue business licenses to medical marijuana dispensaries Update Aug. 6, 2014: Mobile medical marijuana dispensaries may operate in Paso Robles after the the Paso […]Full Article

Capps to host citizenship and deferred action renewal workshop

Federal officials and local non-profit agencies to provide information and assistance with application process On Saturday, August 9, Rep. Lois Capps (D-Santa Barbara) will be […]Full Article

Cuesta College puts $275 million bond on ballot

At a Cuesta College Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday night, the board voted unanimously to place a $275 million local education bond measure on […]Full Article

Cuesta College gears up for bond measure

Special board of trustees meeting set to discuss potential bond measure On July 29, a special Cuesta College Board of Trustees meeting will be held […]Full Article

Governor signs Achadjian’s law to ensure timely reporting of illegal firearm owners

Friday morning, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1591 by local Assemblyman (R-San Luis Obispo) in to law. Having received unanimous, bipartisan support in the […]Full Article

Steve Gregory running for city council

Paso Robles Planning Commission member Steve Gregory announced last week that he is running for one of the two open Paso Robles City Council seats […]Full Article

Local water groups pull support of AB 2453

Two local groups that joined forces to support a proposed Paso Robles Basin Water District have pulled their support of a bill at the state […]Full Article

Mayor Picanco running for council seat

Paso Robles Mayor Duane Picanco announced this week his plan to not run for re-election, but rather to run for a city council seat in […]Full Article