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Two injured when truck slides off icy Adelaida Road

A woman and a little girl were injured and taken to the hospital this morning after a pickup truck the woman was driving slid off the […]Full Article

City plans big New Year’s Eve celebration

It’s the final event of the year‐long 125th Anniversary Celebration December 31, 2014’s New Year’s Eve Glow in the Park promises to be as spectacular as […]Full Article

Giants trophy will stop in Paso in February

City council approves use of park for World Series Trophy Tour on Feb. 27 The Paso Robles Police Athletic League has requested to use Paso […]Full Article

City offers Christmas tree recycling and free mulch

Celebrating a “green” Christmas is an established tradition in the City of Paso Robles. This year, as in years past, the city will accept recycled […]Full Article

Firefighters conduct fire training Monday

Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services firefighters will be conducting live fire training at 2921 Park Street on Monday, Dec. 29. The training fire will […]Full Article

Templeton Tennis Ranch opening in February

Templeton will get its first tennis club in February 2015. Templeton Tennis Ranch was originally slated to open this month, but was delayed due to […]Full Article

Chamber of Commerce names 2014 Roblans of the Year

The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce announced this week its selection for the 2014 Roblans of the Year. The chamber picked John and Marjorie Hamon. […]Full Article

Local hospital receives penalty after Affordable Care Act review

Twin Cities Hospital hit with 1-percent reduction of Medicare dollars Twin Cities Community Hospital will receive 99 percent of Medicare dollars for the patients it treated […]Full Article

Paso Robles aquifers could drop another 70 feet over 30 years

Supervisors to get presentation and discuss water basin issue in January Even with the county of San Luis Obispo’s emergency ordinance in place that prohibits […]Full Article

Doug Monn retiring after 30 years with the city

Christine Halley will service as interim public works director Paso Robles Public Works Director Doug Monn will retire on Jan. 2, 2015, just after 30 years […]Full Article