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Templeton schools recognize Benny Simons

-Special from the Soaring Eagle Press- Benny Simons named 2014 Phi Delta Kappa Lay Person of the Year Benny Simons was recognized as the 2014 […] Full Article

Crowds turn out for Paso Chamber Business Expo

Businesses, products, food, wine & more at 2014 Business Expo The crowds turned out for the 2014 Business Expo Wednesday at the Paso Robles Event […] Full Article

Driver in fatal crash had drugs in his system

Update April 23, 2014: The coroner’s unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office released the toxicology report of Jeremy Nathanial Martin, who died […] Full Article

Renowned plein air artist visits North County

Award-winning artist Michele Byrne lends talent to local area Michele Byrne, a renowned plein air artist from Pennsylvania, has been seen painting in various locations […] Full Article

Fire forces evacuations in Oak Park

Three families were displaced Saturday night when a fire that started in a shed spread to homes in the Oak Park community on the north […] Full Article

City plans major street repairs this summer

The Paso Robles City Council this week awarded a contract to repair a number of major street segments this summer. The $1.3-million bid was awarded […] Full Article

Local couple sells house and travels the world

How a retired couple gave away their possessions to travel the world USA Today reports – Three years ago, retirees Lynne Martin, 73, and her […] Full Article

Portable classrooms moving off high school

Tractor trailers loaded up old portable classrooms at Paso Robles High School this week. The school district is moving seven buildings and plans to have […] Full Article

Marshmallow peeps take over city library

Public invited to vote for best marshmallow peeps diorama Peeps, those infamous Easter confections, are taking over the shelves at the Paso Robles Library. About […] Full Article

Council approves $800,000 to design recycled water system

The Paso Robles City Council on Tuesday night approved a recycled water master plan and agreed to spend nearly $800,000 to design a recycled water […] Full Article