Weatherby 1.25.2018

Weatherby is moving. The fire arms manufacturer based in Paso Robles is relocating to Sheridan, Wyoming. The move will cost Paso Robles 70-90 jobs and more than $5 million in annual payroll over the next five years. Company officials and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announcing the move at a gun industry trade show in Las…

Jordan Cunningham 1.24.2018

Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham is asking for a state inquiry into Uber’s background check. That’s after an illegal alien working for Uber was charged with sexually assaulting at least four intoxicated young women and stole their belongings. The suspect was deported from New Mexico in 2005. Officials don’t know when he reentered the country, but he…

Softball 1.24.2018

Another sport the board heard about last night was girls softball. About twenty players and parents showed up to appeal to the school board to do something about the coach, who is insulting some players and telling some long term starters they are off the team. Raquel Smiley tells KPRL she addressed the board about…

Two Sports 1.24.2018

A tale of two sports at last night’s city council meeting. Several dozen supporters of the proposed $8 million dollar aquatic complex on hand for the news from school superintendent Chris Williams. Williams announcing plans to build an aquatic complex with two swimming pools at the high school. The vote on the proposal was 6-1…

Paso Robles School District 1.24.2018

A roller coaster meeting for the Paso Robles school board last night. The low point was a discussion of the financial health of the district, and the dramatic drop in the districts reserve. Trustee Field Gibson described the decline as alarming. In the last two years, the school district’s reserve fund has dropped from 10%…

Jaime Umphenour, host

Sound Off – Wed 1/24/2018

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.