Sound Off – Mon 04/08/2019

Dick Mason from KPRL News hosts “Sound Off” every Monday. Dick brings a diverse range of guests to talk about the issues that effect us most. Tune in to the longest running talk show on the Central Coast – now in its sixth decade. Sound Off guest: Terrie Bannish

North County Weather 4.08.2019

Cloudy today with highs in the low 80’s Partly cloudy overnight, 10% chance of rain, lows in the low 50’s Tomorrow, sunny and windy, NNW winds 20-30 miles per hour, highs near 70. The extended forecast calls for mostly skies through Thursday. About a 35% chance of rain on Friday.

In Sports 4.08.2019

The Templeton Eagles softball team beat St. Joe’s Friday afternoon 8-1. Ashley Daugherty pitched a 7-inning one hitter. She also hit an RBI double and a grand slam home run. The Eagles play Righetti at home at 4:30 Tuesday afternoon. The Templeton Eagles baseball team lost to St. Joseph’s 9-3 Friday afternoon. The Eagles travel…

Eroica 4.08.2019

Eroica celebrated Vintage Bicycles and the Heroic Riders of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. The ride moved its base from Paso Robles to Cambria this year, but founder Wes Hatakayama said the change worked out well. Hundreds of cyclists from as far away as Argentina and Poland rode vintage bicycles on rural roads between Paso…

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Other Stories This Monday 04.08.2019

Pismo Beach investigating a robbery that happened Saturday night in the Shell Beach area. The suspect fled by the time police arrived. No one was hurt. The incident is under investigation. House speaker Nancy Pelosi is named the recipient of the 2019 John F. Kennedy profile in courage award. Caroline Kennedy says that the California…

Pot Delivery 4.08.2019

25 local municipalities are suing the state of California over state pot delivery. They’re upset about the state allowing home deliveries of cannabis, even into communities that banned commercial pot sales. Police chiefs and the League of California Cities arguing that the unrestricted home deliveries would create chaos. They say it undercuts local control. The…

Ellen Beraud 4.08.2019

It’s official, former Atascadero city councilwoman Ellen Beraud is running for county supervisor against incumbent Debbie Arnold. Beraud served on the Atascadero city council during a contentious period in the town’s political history. She battled against the Faces of Freedom Memorial to veterans and against Walmart locating in Atascadero. She identifies as a progressive. Historically,…

Roadwork on 13th Street 4.08.2019

The road work at 13th and Pine in downtown Paso Robles continues early this week. Ditus Esperanza says that intersection may be partly blocked off Monday and Tuesday. She says the concrete will be completed this week. Ditus says you may want to avoid 13th street this week as they continue work and stripe the…

Joy Playground 4.08.2019

The Joy Playground is open for play in Atascadero. The $1.2 million dollar playground is designed for everyone, including kids and grownups with disabilities. Mayor Heather Moreno tells KPRL. Planning commissioner Mark Dariz among those celebrating the opening of the Joy Playground Friday. Mark exploring the playground in his wheelchair when it opened to the…