• Volunteers needed for Paso Robles community Thanksgiving dinner

    “Thanksgiving for Paso Robles” is a celebration of thanks serving more than 1,000 men, women, and children a traditional Thanksgiving meal at Centennial Park at no cost. It is a true expression of community that brings diverse people together to share the day with others and is made possible through the generosity of caring individuals, students, organizations, churches, and businesses.

  • Sewage spills on Sherman Road

    A sewer spillage occurred this weekend on Sherman Road as a result of a blocked pipe in the Quail Run neighborhood. A senior community comprised of about 2,300 homes is regulated by the state as a mobile home park, therefore the city of Paso Robles does not maintain water, sewer or streets within the neighborhood. “Unfortunately, the sewer line within the neighborhood became clogged with a large mass of tree roots, causing the waste to block the pipe until it came out of the manhole on Lark Drive, which is privately maintained,” said Matt Thompson, Waste Manager for the Waste Management Division in the city of Paso Robles.

  • Fatal collision on Cuesta Grade

    Robert Dave Jones II, 19, of Fresno was driving a 2007 Toyota Scion, when he executed an unsafe turning movement to the right due to alleged intoxication. The Scion traveled up a steep embankment west of the southbound lanes. Upon coming back down onto the roadway, both rear passengers, who were not wearing seat belts, were ejected from the car, sustaining fatal injuries.

  • Local group forms Paso Food Co-Op

    Hungry? Good news: a new grocery shopping option is coming to the North County. Mobilized by a group of individuals who were dissatisfied with the grocery options available in the area, the Paso Food Co-Op is a community-owned grocery store with a mission to maximize the affordability, sustainability, and accessibility of local products. They are currently seeking members to become part owners of the state-registered co-op. Paso Robles food Co-op President Greg Ellis said that the main goal of the co-op is to “tap into the underground of local products that you would know of as a foodie, but isn’t available to regular folks right now.” He and the current members are “all just consumers who are dissatisfied with the limited selection of local groceries here. We feel that the north county has a great wine and food culture, and a lot of restaurants . . . but there’s not an equivalent in a grocery store that features the local, tastier options.”

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Glorious Volumes

“Well, I’ve been a drawer and a painter all my life,” said Asdel, “but this poetry thing is new. Well, 12 years. Is that new?” he laughs. “It’s new for me!”

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Discovering Haste

“It’s fun to continually stretch… I love what I do and I just feel fortunate to do it. That sums it up for most artists, I think.” – Pam Haste

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Pure Silver

“I was just checking the place out because I was so enthralled. He had all these old tools, and he goes, ‘Hey – you wanna try that?’ and I had already picked up some metal in our class before and tried it earlier, and so I had some idea what to do, so he got excited and hired me… I just fell into something that most people wouldn’t have the chance to fall into.” – Randy Stromsoe

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Love’s longevity performed

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Earth Wind & Fire: Funk legends bring message of peace and love to Vina Robles

Earth, Wind & Fire played at Vina Robles on the Tuesday, on the nineteenth of September. It was surreal, to me, since arguably their most popular song is titled “September” and begins with the lyrics “Do you remember, the 21st night of September?” They may have missed the marquee night by two, but it was still incredible that they chose the small city of Paso Robles to play so close to the famous night, even if it is 46 years after the debut of the hit song.

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    Lonnie Smith

    Lonnie Smith passed away on August 11, 2017 at Modoc Medical Center, Alturas. He was born on May 8, 1940 in Inglewood to Margaret Nelson and Lonnie (Tex) Smith. Lonnie was raised in Rolling Hills in Southern California, attending grammar schools there, and graduated from El Segundo High School in 1958.

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    Tacos and Trump: Trevor Noah comes to Paso

    The star of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah performed a stand up show on Saturday night from at Vina Robles Amphitheater. It was a perfect, Central Coast summer night. As Noah walked to center stage the last few minutes of daylight danced a

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    Paso Robles High School hosts volleyball camp

    Paso Robles High School will host two girls’ volleyball camps starting next week. There are two different sessions, each one running for two days. Each day of camp begins at 9 a.m. and will end at approximately 11 a.m. The first session will run Monday

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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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