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Local stores caught selling tobacco to minors

Six markets in San Luis Obispo County were busted for selling tobacco to minors. Three were in North County. The San Luis Obispo County Health […]Full Article

Dirk family buys Pasolivo Olive Oil Ranch

Brian Dirk, president of the Troy Group in Costa Mesa, has announced the acquisition of Pasolivo, the award-winning olive oil company and ranch located in […]Full Article

Cold snap hits Paso in wake of heat wave

Record low temperatures hit Paso Robles over the weekend, just as the town came out of a November heat wave. Residents woke up to a […]Full Article

Ignacy Jan Paderewski honored with bronze statue

Paderewski Festival organizers in Paso Robles dedicated a 790-pound bronze likeness of Ignacy Jan Paderewski near the entrance of the historic Carnegie Library in the […]Full Article

Alleged real estate swindler pleads no contest

Former Paso Robles lender Linda Ann Kennedy of 21st Century Financial in Paso Robles plead no contest on Tuesday to four felony counts related to […]Full Article

Reindeer at Elegant Evening

Come on Nov. 10, to Paso Robles for Elegant Evening. The heart of Paso Robles is transformed into a magical feast for the eyes and […]Full Article

Heritage Ranch murder suspect turns himself in

Attempted murder suspect Billy Benjamin Hernandez turned himself in at the Sheriff’s North Patrol Station in Templeton. Hernandez had been on the run since 11-1-12 […]Full Article

Pleasant Valley School wins scarecrow contest

Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association’s 2012 Scarecrow Contest SCHOOL WINNERS SWEEPSTAKES: Class:              Haggmark’s 3rd Grade School:           Pleasant Valley School Location:        VIC’S CAFE Votes:             […]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