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Paso Robles graced with rainfall

The severe drought in California saw a drop in the bucket Sunday when a winter storm brought wet weather and even a little snow to […] Full Article

1,100 North County homes lose electricity

A power outage Sunday evening affected more than 1,100 More in north county San Luis Obispo. Pacific Gas and Electric reported 1,132 homes in Templeton, […] Full Article

Former Paso Robles standout to play in college football all-star game

By Brandon Folsom Just like any recent college graduate would have done, Mitchell Van Dyk has circled the date of his next job interview […] Full Article

New auto dealer coming to Paso Robles

A new automobile dealership, Mullahey Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram plans to break ground soon at the corner of Golden Hill Road and Tractor Street, Paso […] Full Article

Local snowboarder competing in Winter Olympics

Trevor Jacob of Paso Robles leads 7-person U.S. Snowboard Cross team When the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia kick off in February, residents of Paso […] Full Article

Local chefs teach students about healthy cooking

Local chefs visited with students at Georgia Brown Elementary School Tuesday to cook school lunch and teach the children where their food comes from. Chef […] Full Article

Water management structure receives key endorsements

The Blue Ribbon Committee for the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin Plan (BRC) announced its endorsement recently for the management structure for the proposed Paso Robles […] Full Article

Army Rangers conduct late night exercises at Camp Roberts

Rangers from the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., are conducting a military training exercise at Camp Roberts and Fort […] Full Article

Local celebrity tiger Jasmine dies at 19

Zoo to You of Paso Robles lost a beloved friend this week when Jasmine, an Indochinese tiger, died Wednesday at 19 years old. Jasmine has […] Full Article

City council adopts roadside memorial program

The Paso Robles City Council voted Tuesday to approve a new roadside memorial program. It will allow grieving family members of individuals who have lost […] Full Article