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Marines and sailors plan critical training at Camp Roberts

Some maneuvers will take place at night United States Marines and sailors from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit at Camp Pendleton will train on Camp […]Full Article

Paso High Theatre Co. presents ‘A Christmas Carol’ this month

This is first year company will put on a Christmas play Paso Robles High School Theatre Company will present “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens […]Full Article

Council starts process for trash hauling rate increase

Rates could increase about 14 percent in three years The Paso Robles City Council voted 5-0 to begin the Proposition 218 process to consider rate increases proposed […]Full Article

Steve Gregory appointed to fill city council seat

Martin sworn in as mayor, Hamon and Reed sworn in to council seats Paso Robles Planning Commissioner Steve Gregory was appointed Tuesday night to the city […]Full Article

Major rain storm moving through town

A Pacific storm dropped much-needed rainfall over Paso Robles Sunday with about a quarter-inch falling, according to weatherunderground.com. Much more rain is expected this week with as […]Full Article

Mrs. Claus lights way for Santa to come to Paso Robles

Biggest crowd yet gathers downtown for holiday tree lighting ceremony At the 28th annual Downtown Holiday Lighting Ceremony on Friday, Mrs. Claus — played by Paso […]Full Article

Bearcats top Eagles, 28-21, in CIF nail-biter

Paso Robles will host Newbury Park in battle for Southern Section Northern Division championship title Friday night The Paso Robles varsity Bearcats traveled south Friday […]Full Article

One dies in vehicle vs. bicycle accident

At least one person died in a crash involving a vehicle vs. a bicycle Friday afternoon in Paso Robles, the California Highway Patrol reports. The accident […]Full Article

Shorin-Ryu Karate celebrates 15th anniversary

1964 Paso Robles High graduate returned to open dojo David Rogers grew up in Paso Robles, graduating from Paso Robles High School in 1964. In […]Full Article

Must! Charities announces $253,000 collaboration with Big Brothers Big Sisters

Must! Charities announced this week a new, four-year collaboration and over $253,000 investment with Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County. Must! Charities […]Full Article