• PRJUSD begins registration for upcoming year

    PRJUSD will be hosting an informational meeting for all parents of incoming kindergarten, transitional kindergarten, and preschool students. This meeting is for parents of students who will be turning five years old on or before December 2, 2018. The meeting will be held at Paso Robles High School at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, February 6, in English and Thursday, February 7, in Spanish.

  • Victorian Teddy Bear Tea

    Children bring their favorite teddy bears — often in spectacular costumes—to the Teddy Bear Tea, which will take place at the Paso Robles Park Ballroom, 1232 Park St., from 2 to 4 p.m.

  • Horse Park opens gates to evacuees

    “Opening our gates to our neighbors in Southern California is the least we can do in this time of devastation,” said Amanda Diefenderfer, Park Director. “No matter the saddle in which you find your seat, it is the unique spirit of horses that brings us together; we are happy to help in any way possible.”

  • Santa's Sleigh is coming to town!

    Santa and his merry band of police officers and firefighters will be visiting the community on December 14th and 19th.

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North County’s Most Wanted: Have you seen this man, Derek David White?

Derek David White, 27, is wanted for violating his probation for driving a car without consent. He is white, 6’ 05” tall, 190 pounds, and his last known address is in Cambria. If you have information on his whereabouts please contact the Sheriff’s Office at 781-4550. Anonymous tips can be provided by calling CrimeStoppers at 805-549-STOP.

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Sheriffs seek San Miguel burglary suspect

SAN MIGUEL — On Feb. 12 at about 1:58 p.m., San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residential burglary report on the 1300 block of L Street in San Miguel. While conducting a follow-up investigation to the burglary, deputies attempted to contact Kevin Duckworth. Duckworth fled on foot from deputies. Deputies attempted to pursue Duckworth, however, Duckworth was able to evade deputies efforts.

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Fire damages Angus Street home

PASO ROBLES — Paso Robles Department responded to a residence at approximately 7:48 p.m., on Angus Street for a reported trash can fire that had been extinguished by the resident. The initial crew reported heavy smoke coming from attic vents above the garage area and a structure fire response was initiated. Firefighters were able to contain the fire to one garage wall and the attic space above the garage, limiting the heat and smoke damage throughout the residence. The residence was occupied at the time of the fire. No firefighters or community members were injured.

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Man stabbed during altercation on Spring Street in Paso Robles

PASO ROBLES — On Sunday, Feb. 11, at approximately 1:40 p.m., the Paso Robles Police Department received a report of a two males involved in a physical fight on the 3100 block of Spring St. Upon arrival, officers located one male adult victim with an apparent stab wound to his lower left back. The adult male suspect left in a vehicle prior to officers’ arrival.

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Cal Fire provides funds to increase pace of dead tree removal projects

SACRAMENTO — Six million dollars have been awarded in a one-time grant to aid high-priority counties impacted by California’s historic tree mortality. CAL FIRE’s Local Assistance for Tree Mortality (LATM) Grant Program will provide the matching funds for counties to be able to tap into the California Disaster Assistance Act (CDAA) administered by the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES). The CAL FIRE LATM Grant Program will work cooperatively with the Cal OES CDAA program to increase reimbursement to high-priority counties to remove or fell dead and dying trees threatening public infrastructures, such as roads and buildings.

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  • Arts & Entertainment

    Paso Robles REC Foundation and Recreation Services announce 2018 summer concerts in the park lineup

    PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles Recreation Foundation in partnership with Paso Robles Recreation Services and J. Lohr Vineyards and Wines is pleased to announce the 2018 Summer Concerts in the Park series lineup. The concert season will kick-off at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 7 and continue weekly through August 16.

  • News

    Hwy. 101 project in San Miguel continues

    San Miguel — A project to improve eight miles in both directions of US Highway 101 from San Miguel to Camp Roberts in Monterey County will continue on Monday, Feb. 5 with construction/ramp closures taking place in the following locations: ·A traffic switch that started on Feb. 5 to allow for the widening of the outside northbound and southbound 10th Street bridges and for reconstruction of the northbound.

  • News

    Flooding in Paso threatens homes

    PASO ROBLES — Water was found flowing from Pino Way down to Jackson Drive from a broken pipe caused by a vehicle accident in the evening hours on Saturday, Feb. 3. The Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services received notification at 8:37 p.m. from local police of a broken water main threatening to flood nearby residents of Jackson Drive and Union Road.

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    California Valley deaths ruled murder/sucide

    California Valley —The Coroner’s Unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office released the cause and manner of death of the father and son who were found deceased in their home in California Valley on Jan. 29.

  • Opinion

    Immigration, politics and hope?

    Today’s column is on immigration, its importance to the country, the humanitarian side of it, how it’s being politically exploited, and hope for the future. We are a country of immigrants, from the Mayflower onward, waves coming from every corner of the world, always in search of a better life. Seeking religious freedom, economic improvement, searching for gold, fleeing famine, or fleeing tyrants, these are our citizens. Even forced immigration, i.e. slavery, was a migration. And every group faced challenges when they arrived, and every group made us more diverse, brought greater strength to the nation, and has made us who we are. Immigrants bring economic health to our country, from the labor force that works the less desirable jobs (the farm fields, construction, restaurants, packing houses, maids, et al) to the cream of the intelligent tech workers and students from diverse countries. They pay taxes (and Social Security that most will never see again), buy groceries, rent homes, buy cars, send their children to school, etc. And by being a willing labor source, they allow entrepreneurs with new business ideas to create new jobs and hire workers. Remember, its hard to be a boss if you can’t find any workers.

  • News

    Construction begins at Larry Moore Park

    Work is scheduled to begin this week to install a new playground and renovate the existing restroom at Larry Moore Park in Paso Robles. Larry Moore Park, located along the Salinas River Trail, was originally built in the 1990’s as part of the Riverbank housing development and included in the resident assessment-funded Landscape and Lighting District. In July 2016, after meeting with neighborhood residents, the park became part of the City parks system, with operations, maintenance and youth recreation programming being provided by the City of Paso Robles.

  • News

    Blood Drive to be held at Walmart

    “Nobody expects to need blood, but it is important to ensure that it is available, especially during the holiday season,” said Mona Kleman, Senior Donor Recruitment Manager.

  • Obituaries

    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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Pioneer Day

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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