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Update: Man who died at Paso Robles bus stop identified

Update posted March 17, 3:30 p.m. –The man who passed away on Thursday at a Paso Robles bus stop has been identified as 92-year-old Paso Robles […]Full Article

House fire leaves occupant with minor injuries

–A house fire was reported at the intersection of H St. and Murphy Ave. in Santa Margarita around 9:47 a.m. An occupant was present during […]Full Article

Maximum DUI enforcement planned for St. Patrick’s Day

–St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the nation’s favorite holidays to celebrate and party. Unfortunately, too many people are taking to the roads after […]Full Article

Telephone scammers demand payment for non-existent crimes

  Scammers threaten arrest, demand bail money –San Luis Obispo Police Department recently issued a press release stating that in recent months police departments statewide […]Full Article

School board trustee responds to censure

Paso Robles School Board Trustee Chris Bausch was censured Tuesday evening by fellow board members. Bausch responds to the criticism here: By Chris Bausch Paso […]Full Article

School Board member censured for threats and violating board policies

Chris Bausch accused of violating school board bylaws and unacceptable behavior Citing violations of school board bylaws and unacceptable and unprofessional conduct, the Paso Robles […]Full Article

Residents appeal 290-space RV park planned for Links Golf Course

Residents living on Jardine Road near the Links Golf Course have a filed an appeal challenging plans for a large RV park to be added […]Full Article

County supervisors deny modification to refinery rail spur

–On Tuesday, on a 3-1 vote, the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors upheld the Planning Commission’s denial of a Development Plan/Coastal Development Permit […]Full Article

Dee Lacey reappointed to Mid-State Fair Board of Directors

California Governor Jerry Brown announced this week that he is reappointing Dee Lacey, 74, of Paso Robles to the 16th District Agricultural Association, California Mid-State […]Full Article

Paso Robles featured in ‘Water & Power: A California Heist’

An end to California’s historic drought may finally be in sight, but it seems that the state’s water crisis is a mere drop in the […]Full Article