Jaime Umphenour, host

Sound Off – Tue 11/14/2017

Jaime Umphenour, hostJaime Umphenour is the host of “Sound-Off”, the longest running talk show on the Central Coast now in its sixth decade. She brings to the show an eclectic range of guests from Authors to Artists, business owners to politicians, and everyone in between. Tune in to Sound Off every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Blaze Pizza 11.14.2017

Blaze Pizza is opening this week in Paso Robles. Friday, the pizza is free at the store from 10:30 in the morning until 11 at night. Blaze Pizza’s are currently operating in San Luis and Santa Maria. The new location in Paso Robles is in the Crossing shopping center near Osh and Target. The store…

Turkeys 11.14.2017

Although the price of turkeys is expected to drop this year, some north county residents and visitors from the valley are again watching the movement of wild turkeys off highway 46 west, near Dover Creek road and York Mountain road. A group of about 12 turkeys roaming around on both sides of the highway. They…

Salvation Army 11.14.2017

The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers. The bell ringing begins next Monday. Beth Quaintance coordinates the Salvation Army volunteers in Paso Robles. She says if you want to volunteer for the Salvation Army this year in the north county, call the Salvation Army and ask how you can volunteer to ring the bell at…

Larry Grant 11.14.2017

Former Paso Robles football coach Larry Grant has left the building. The former Clovis coach has moved back to the valley. His two nephews, or whatever the relationship was, have also transferred from Paso Robles high school to Clovis. They left shortly after the Bearcats lost in the 1st round of the CIF play offs.…

San Diego Restroom 11.14.2017

San Diego has a new restroom that cost the city two million dollars. The restroom invokes Jonathan Livingston Seagul. It’s a new addition to the “front porch” for tourists and others arriving by bay. But now that Hepatitis A has killed 20 people and made more than 500 others seriously ill, some are saying the…

CalPERS 11.142017

The California Public Employees Retirement System would like someone else to tell you if your pension is in jeopardy. A three-day meeting for CalPERS begins today. CalPERS plans to propose a new law that would make public agencies notify their employees and retirees when a local government elects to quit the $343 billion dollar fund.…