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Superintendent donates pay increase to teachers

–Staff in the district, including the administration, was scheduled to receive a 1.5 percent pay increase beginning in the 2018-19 school year, according to the […]Full Article

Agenda posted for Oct. 23 school board meeting

–The agenda for a regular meeting of the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Board of Trustees, on Oct. 23, is now posted and available […]Full Article

Cioppino & Vino raises nearly 60k

–The Paso Robles Children’s Museum’s annual fundraiser, Cioppino & Vino, was held this past Sunday, Oct. 14 and the sell out crowd raised nearly $60,000 […]Full Article

School district reserve funds dip below state requirement

–The Paso Robles School Board recently received the Unaudited Actuals compiled by the County Office of Education. They show the district has a reserve fund […]Full Article

City council meeting highlights for Oct. 16 meeting

Below are highlights from the City Council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 16, as submitted by the City of Paso Robles: Bank of America Easement–accepted the […]Full Article

Crashing oak tree branch closes road

A large oak tree branch closed Second Street in Paso Robles in the early morning hours Tuesday. The large section came crashing down around 5:30 […]Full Article

North County football update

–The Paso Robles High School Football team had a bye Friday night. The Bearcats will host St. Joseph next Friday night at War Memorial Stadium. […]Full Article

School board election guide – Watch candidate forum

Watch the Paso Robles School District Board of Trustees election forum –The American Association of University Women sponsored a forum, open to the public, featuring the […]Full Article

Street closures planned for Pioneer Day

–The Paso Robles Police Department is advising the public that the following streets in the downtown area will be closed for the 88th Annual Pioneer […]Full Article

Update: Identity released of pedestrian killed in early morning hit and run

–The SLO County Coroner’s office released the name of our fatality victim from this morning. His name was Nathaniel J. Weatherly and he was 22 […]Full Article