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Mostly sunny today, highs near 70. Tonight, clear, lows in the upper 30’s. Tomorrow, sunny, highs in the mid 70’s. The extended forecast calls for sunny skies through next Tuesday. Highs into the mid 70’s. A chance of rain next Wednesday.
The Paso Robles softball team beat Sanger 6-4 yesterday afternoon at Paso Robles high school. The team hosts San Luis Obispo this afternoon at 4:30. The Paso Robles baseball team hosts el Diamante of Visalia at 4:30 this afternoon. Coach Jonathon Thornhill says the weather is perfect baseball weather. The Bearcats play el Diamante at…
The California drought is over. It lasted 376 weeks, over five years. More than 93% of the state is now free of drought or dryness. Locally, the run-off continues to fill the lakes. Lake Nacimiento moves up to 83% of capacity. That’s up from 33% on February 2nd. San Antonio lake is now at 37%.…
It’s only getting started, but some roadwork in downtown Paso Robles is going to create congestion on 13th street. That roadwork just getting underway. They’re developing pedestrian cross walks with lights so that people can safely walk from downtown to the area just north of 13th street.
In San Luis Obispo, ten new homes are for sale in a development that will ultimately include 113 homes. The starting prices are in the high $700 thousands. It’s called the Arroyos at Righetti Community. It’s located near Tank Farm and Orcutt roads. The homes are three and four bedroom. They range from 1684 to…