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More rain in the forecast this week for Paso Robles

Rainfall season total reaches 22.10 inches – Paso Robles measured .17 inches of rain on March 5th, followed by .09 inches on March 6th. As […] Full Article

New wine tasting room opens this week in Paso Robles

Dracaena Wines had been operating solely as an e-commerce store for a decade – Lori and Michael Budd, owners of Paso Robles-based winery Dracaena Wines, […] Full Article

Oak tree collapses on corner of 10th Street in Paso Robles

No injuries were reported – An oak tree located on the corner of 10th and Pine in Paso Robles has fallen, causing damage to a […] Full Article

Olive & Lavender Festival returns May 20

Festival to be held at Paso Robles Downtown City Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – The Paso Robles Olive & Lavender Festival is […] Full Article

Templeton Drama presenting Disney’s ‘High School Musical’

Tickets available for multiple performance dates at the end of the month – Almost 40 students are set to take the stage for Templeton High […] Full Article

Mayor receiving treatment for serious health concern

Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin addresses recent absences from council meetings – Mayor Steve Martin was unable to attend two recent Paso Robles City Council […] Full Article

Big-rig truck overturns, closes Highway 41 in North County

Accident second of its kind this week – A section of Highway 41 in northern San Luis Obispo County was closed on Thursday afternoon after a […] Full Article

School board candidate’s fair political practices complaint dismissed

School district issues additional statement confirming that campaign materials using district’s logo are being used without permission – The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District […] Full Article

Local Superior Court branch to re-open for traffic arraignments, trials

– Effective May 3, the Superior Court of California San Luis Obispo County branch in Paso Robles will reopen its doors for traffic arraignments and […] Full Article

Downtown parking program updates go into effect

New rate structure recently approved by city council – The Paso Robles Police Department is reminding the public that the updated parking program has begun […] Full Article