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Twin Cities nurses sue hospital for wage violations

Eight Twin Cities Community Hospital nurses filed a lawsuit on March 30 in San Luis Obispo Superior Court against their employer, the hospital, for “rampant […] Full Article

Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation announces new executive director

The Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation recently announced the promotion of Mindy Sisemore to new executive director. Responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and […] Full Article

Paso Rotary Club donates $2,500 to SkillsUSA high school program

The Rotary Club of Paso Robles recently donated $2,500 to the Paso Robles High School’s highly successful SkillsUSA career technical education program. With over 625 […] Full Article

Children’s Museum breaks ground on new outdoor play area

Tom Martin, one of the original founders of the museum, passed away exactly ten years ago on April 2, the same day that the museum broke […] Full Article

Local residents will see increased water restrictions

Governor imposes unprecedented mandatory water-use reduction In response to the state’s lowest snowpack ever recorded and the drought continuing, Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday first-ever mandatory […] Full Article

Farm Bureau endorses water district formation

Board cites the importance of local control The San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau Board of Directors has voted to endorse the formation of a […] Full Article

Talent night brings varied performances to highschool stage

Grisey Castor takes first place with his original rap song Under the lights of the Performing Arts Center, dozens of Paso Robles High School students […] Full Article

Local author releases second book

Ed Cobleigh’s new book, “The Pilot: Fighter Planes and Paris,” is available now Paso Robles author Ed Cobleigh’s new novel, “The Pilot: Fighter Planes and […] Full Article

Popular YouTube series filmed and produced in North County

Local teenagers star in ‘Mermaid Miracles’ When Atascadero teen Maya Tritt was 10, she created “Mermaid Miracles,” a YouTube series, as a home school project. “I […] Full Article

Update: Local man who ate his own feces in court found guilty

Update March 30: A Paso Robles man who was accused of bank robbery at the Bank of America in San Luis Obispo in July of 2013 was found guilty […] Full Article