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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

Councilman Ed Steinbeck not seeking re-election

Paso Robles City Councilman Ed Steinbeck announced today his decision to not run for re-election. His term on the council expires at the end of […]Full Article

300-acre commercial and residential Gateway Project canceled

Update July 2, 2014: The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday night to cancel a 300-acre annexation and development. The city terminated an application for […]Full Article

County clerk-recorder’s north county office is relocating

The San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder’s north county office is relocating to the second floor of the new Atascadero Library located at 6555 Capistrano Avenue […]Full Article

Former local congressman elected House majority leader

House Republicans reshaped their leadership team Thursday, promoting Rep. Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield to majority leader, following the surprise primary defeat of Rep. Eric Cantor […]Full Article

Highlights from this week’s city council meeting

The Paso Robles City Council met this week and voted to take action on several items. Here is a review the council’s action from Paso […]Full Article

Steve Martin for mayor campaign kick-off Wednesday

The Steve Martin for mayor campaign will hold a kick-off fundraiser at the Paso Robles Inn on Wednesday, June 25, at 5:30 p.m. Supporters are […]Full Article

SLO Supervisors vote for Solar Energy Day

Community to celebrate June 21 with free Doc Burnstein’s ice cream The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted in favor of making […]Full Article

Tourism advisory committee seeking two members

The Tourism Collaboration Committee (TCC), which advises the Paso Robles City Council on tourism-related items and projects, has two openings on its 7-member committee and […]Full Article

Sugary drink warning label bill falls short

SB 1000, the Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Safety Warning Act, fell short in the California State Assembly Tuesday afternoon in an 8-7 vote. The bill would have required printing […]Full Article