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Must Charities announces $500,000 partnership with ECHO

Must’s largest community gift will help homeless families in North County – Must Charities is proud to announce a new $500,000 partnership with El Camino […]Full Article

School board member accused of making threats to other board members

School Board requests a resolution to censure board member Chris Bausch – Citing events that include threats to other board members, the Paso Robles Joint […]Full Article

Season rain total reaches 20.81-inches

–Paso Robles recorded an additional 0.09-inches of rain overnight, bringing the season total to 20.81-inches. Paso Robles Water Division has recorded an average annual rainfall […]Full Article

Hundreds turn out for groundwater management meeting

–A workshop was recently held at Kermit King Elementary School in Paso Robles to discuss groundwater management in the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin. Planners with […]Full Article

Clear skies in the forecast

Warmer temperatures expected later this week –Paso Robles recorded an additional .05-inches of rain on Saturday, and .02-inches of rain on Sunday. The season total […]Full Article

Mid-State Baptist Church finds a new home

Old location purchased by Firestone Walker as part of their expansion –Following last week’s announcement that Mid State Baptist Church was being displaced from the […]Full Article

Crews fill in sinkhole on York Mountain Road

San Luis Obispo County road repair crews filled a sinkhole Wednesday on York Mountain Road, just off Highway 46 West. The sinkhole opened up on […]Full Article

Paso Robles Fire Chief Ken Johnson retires

Johnson served as Paso Robles chief for 15 years and a firefighter for 36 years –Retiring Paso Robles Fire Chief Ken Johnson was honored at […]Full Article

Paso Robles bans smoking in public places

Story updated Feb. 23, 2017: Paso Robles was the only city in the county without a smoking ordinance – The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday […]Full Article

Season rain total reaches 20.65 inches

–Paso Robles recorded an additional .03-inches of rain, bringing the season total to 20.65 inches. Paso Robles Water Division has recorded an average annual rainfall […]Full Article