Opener For Tuesday 3.16.2021

Sunshine for a couple days, then we’ll get some rain early Friday. That’s the forecast for this week in the north county. The first week in daylight savings. And the first week of spring fast approaching. Spring officially begins Saturday, March 20th. But it looked more like winter yesterday on the Cuesta grade. Snow and…

North County Weather 3.15.2021

Drizzle this morning, clouds and sunshine sunny this afternoon. A chance of precipitation. Winds from the NW 20-30 miles per hour with occasional gusts to 40. Highs near 53. Partly cloudy tonight, lows near 32. NW winds 5-10 mph. Mostly sunny skies tomorrow, highs near 60. The extended forecast calls fore mostly sunny sunny skies…

In Sports 3.15.2021

The Cal Poly baseball team took two out of three games from the #6 ranked UCLA Bruins over the weekend. The Mustangs were led by Brooks Lee who went 7-14 for the weekend with a home run, a triple, and in Saturday’s losing effort he hit three doubles, which ties the NCAA record for doubles…

St Fratty’s Day Party 3.15.2021

St. Patrick’s Day is this week. To celebrate, Cal Poly students held a St. Fratty’s Day street party. A video posted on a Cal Poly student Instagram site shows a crowd gathering at 6:43 Saturday morning. A man in a green shirt and a green hat climbed a utility pole in another video. A crowd…

Paso Robles Property Management 3.15.2021

Paso Robles school board held a three and a half hour meeting Saturday to discuss school buildings and Measure M money, which was intended to fix them. Friday, board members and school officials toured several of the schools. Saturday morning, they met to discuss them, knowing that Measure M money is running short and there’s…

Opener for Monday 3.15.2021

Some drizzle this morning in the north county, becoming a mix of clouds and sun this afternoon, with gusty winds. Then we’ll see mostly sunny skies through the week. Forecasters say there’s a 45% chance of rain early Friday, but clearing for Friday night high school football Friday afternoon. Seems odd, but this Friday, March…