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94-acre fire east of Cayucos extinguished

Creek Fire started in a rural area about a mile east of Highway 1 Cal Fire crews extinguished a 94-acre fire east of Cayucos on […]Full Article

Pacifica launches new winery sales division

Looking to buy or sell a winery? Pacifica Commercial Realty’s new wine properties division can help “Blending local commercial real estate expertise with wine industry […]Full Article

Must! Charities receives $162,000 donation

Generous gift to be applied to “Real Food for Real Children” commitment with Food Bank Coalition of SLO County TEMPLETON – Must! Charities announced today […]Full Article

City breaks ground on new Uptown Family Park

The Paso Robles City Council, County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Julian Crocker, city and county staff, project architects and contractors are celebrating the groundbreaking of […]Full Article

Six injured in Hwy 46 car crash

Several people were injured when two cars collided Sunday evening on Highway 46 East near Jardine Road, according to The California Highway Patrol. At about […]Full Article

Farm to Fork Tour was amazing taste of local ag

I love the idea of combining food, wine and networking By Beth Brennan Paso Robles Daily News I decided to attend the inaugural Farm to […]Full Article

71-year-old man missing

Have you seen King City man Javier Medrano? He was possibly spotted in Paso Robles The Paso Robles Police Department issued a special bulletin Friday […]Full Article

Two trapped in vehicle accident on Hwy 46

Caterpillar tractor and truck crash, closing eastbound Hwy 46 East Updated at 1:31 p.m. The Paso Robles Fire Department and Cal Fire this morning rescued two […]Full Article

City council denies developer’s $1.36 million request

Council unanimously rejects Chandler Ranch’s request for loan forgiveness City incurred $1.36 million in costs related to Paso Robles housing development The city council Tuesday […]Full Article

Supervisor explains his water basin vote

Frank Mecham: Is the basin a declining situation? In my opinion it is. By Frank R. Mecham San Luis Obispo County First District Supervisor For […]Full Article