• City seeks info for revenue streams

    Officials with the City of Paso Robles are reaching out to the public to gauge support for new revenue streams. Language for a new local sales tax or bond measure to be placed on the November 2018 ballot could be crafted based on feedback from a survey recently commissioned to quiz registered voters in the City.

  • Missed the voter registration deadline? It’s not too late.

    ATASCADERO — In prior elections,voters who missed the 15-day close of registration deadline were not qualified to vote in an upcoming election. Today, new legislation allows voters who missed the May 21 deadline to complete a Conditional Voter Registration (or Same Day Registration) process and cast their ballots at the County Elections Office up to and including Election Day. All votes will be e counted after the elections official verifies the voter’s registration and confirms the voter has not yet voted elsewhere in the current election.

  • Survey sheds light on teacher morale

    To read the entire contents of the Morale Discipline Teacher Survey including all teacher feedback, visit: http://pasoteachers.org/images/stories/Morale_Discipline_Survey_2018.pdf.

  • Parking and traffic will be affected during Wine Fest

    PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles Police Department would like to remind the community about the 36th Annual Paso Robles Wine Festival that begins Friday, May 18 in City Park and continues through Saturday, May 19. The police department says that community should be aware that there will be minimal impacts on traffic and parking in the downtown area due to the festival.

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Paso Teen still missing after two weeks

PASO ROBLES — Missing for more than two weeks, Joshua Newsome, 15, from Paso Robles, hasn’t been seen by friends or family. Newsome has been missing since Monday, May 21. This is the longest time he has been away from friends and family and they are concerned for his well being.

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Getting there from here

On June 5 the Paso Robles City Council approved a $120,000 Wayfinding Signage Program designed to unify the municipal brand across diverse neighborhoods. Pierre Rademaker Design, the same San Luis Obispo-based firm and designer tasked with the same job there in 2014, has worked with a Paso Robles stakeholder group since last year on a unique design.

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Man reconnects with Yanni after 25 years

PASO ROBLES — Dane Senser and his family recently attended the Yanni Acropolis Anniversary concert at Vina Robles Amphitheatre for a reason one could never imagine. Senser and his family also attended a Yanni concert 25 years ago as a tribute to his brother, Karl, who should have been there with them, but was brutally murdered in a San Diego carjacking. Karl Senser, who worked as a clipper for the local newspapers and as a ballroom dancing instructor, was planning on going to the Yanni concert in San Diego in the early 90s. He was dreaming about how wonderful it would be to take his mother, Mildred, as a Mother’s Day gift.

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North County's Most Wanted : Orr

Taylor Marie Orr, 24, is wanted for violation of probation for willful harm/injury to a child likely to produce great bodily injury. Orr is white, 5’2” tall, 145 pounds, and her last known address is in Santa Barbara. If you have any information on her whereabouts please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (805)781-4550. Anonymous tips can be provided by calling CrimeStoppers at 805-549-STOP.

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Sheriffs actively searching for leads on Woodrum case

PASO ROBLES — It has been more than a month since Nancy Colleen Woodrum, 62, of Paso Robles, was last seen on May 4. Police are actively searching for Woodrum. Detectives issued a press release June 13 asking for help to locate a potential witness.

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    Six tips for new fathers

    Becoming a new father can feel a little overwhelming. There’s the lack of sleep, the added responsibilities, the loss of free time, and trying to balance it all. Fatherhood is one of the most wonderful experiences in life, and one of the most important for your child’s early development.

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    Kennedy members raise 1K for Hunger Awareness Day

    SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — Kennedy Club Fitness held a spotlight class in each of their four locations during the month of May to raise awareness – and funds—for SLO County Food Bank’s Hunger Awareness Day. Kennedy members danced, stretched, powered and more to raise $1,000.

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    Senior volunteer opportunities to help the community

    NORTH COUNTY — Put your life experience to work with Senior Volunteer Service (SVS). Join with many other seniors, age 50+ and over, who are taking time to help improve the lives of others. SVS can match your talents and interests with community needs. Call SVS at (805) 544-8740 for information on any of the following opportunities.

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    Expect slow traffic during cruise

    PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles Police Department would like to remind the community that the Golden State Classics Car Cruise will take place on Friday, May 25. Motorists should plan for the following street closures: Spring Street will be closed from 6th to 23rd Streets from 3 until 8 p.m. Both 16th and 21st Streets east of Spring Street will also be impacted by cruise participant traffic from 4 until 6 p.m.

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    Hwy 101 San Miguel project continues with traffic switch

    SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — A project to improve six miles of US Highway 101 from San Miguel to Camp Roberts will continue on Wednesday, May 30 with a traffic switch to allow for the reconstruction of southbound US Highway 101 from 10th Street to the intersection with San Marcos Road. Temporary striping will begin at 6:30 a.m. with the full traffic switch expected in the afternoon.

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    Mustang driver collides with semi

    PASO ROBLES — The driver of a 2007 Ford Mustang died in a fatal collision with a semi truck Monday, April 30 on State Route 41 north of an olive farm near Cholame. The driver has not yet been identified pending notification of next of kin.

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    Electronics business comes to Paso

    PASO ROBLES — Coast Electronics is pleased to announce the opening of their 3rd location in San Luis Obispo County located in the Williams Plaza in Paso Robles, 1171 Creston Road #109, phone: 805-369-2811 Website: coastelectronic.com(no “S”)

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    Roblan and Beautification of the Month for May honored at mixer

    PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce their selection for Roblan of the Month and Beautification of the Month for May who was honored at the Membership Mixer hosted by PASO Magazine and the Pioneer Museum at the Museum on Wednesday, May 9. The Chamber recognizes worthy Roblans for their service and dedication to the betterment of our community. Roblans are a staple in community service, community action, and on-going community outreach.

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The annual Paso Robles Pioneer Day Parade rolled down Spring Street and around the downtown city square, featuring tractors, bands, equestrian entries and more.


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