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How to win a school board election

By Scott Brennan Dec. 19, 2012 — In November seven challengers campaigned for four seats open on the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Governing […]Full Article

City attorney named among top 25 in state

The Daily Journal this month named Paso Robles City Attorney Iris Yang on of its “Top 25” municipal lawyers in California for 2012.’ Yang, an […]Full Article

City council leaders sworn in

The re-elected mayor and two city councilmen were sworn in at the regular meeting of the Paso Robles City Council on Tuesday. Incumbent mayor Duane […]Full Article

Mayoral candidate arrested on election day

Paso Robles write-in candidate Jeff Rougeot was arrested on Election Day for investigation of crimes that include felonies for making criminal threats and brandishing a […]Full Article

Election too close to call for council seat

Incumbent Fred Strong is in the lead by 44 votes for his Paso Robles City Council seat, but with 2,261 ballots still to be counted […]Full Article

Challengers win school board seats

This report is based on the Final Unofficial Results posted by the San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder: Voters swept two incumbents out of office and […]Full Article

City Voters Approve Tax Hike for Roads

This report is based on the Final Unofficial Results posted by the San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder: Paso Robles voters approved a half-percent sales tax […]Full Article

Steve Martin wins council seat

This report is based on the Final Unofficial Results posted by the San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder: Former Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin was elected […]Full Article

Duane Picanco re-elected mayor

Voters re-elected Paso Robles Mayor Duane Picanco Tuesday as widely expected. Picanco received 85 percent of the votes totaling 6,343. He faced two write-in candidates […]Full Article

City seeking planning commissioners

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointment to the Planning Commission. Appointments will be for 3-year terms expiring December 31, 2015. […]Full Article