Mark Perry 2.28.2020

Tomorrow night, the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce holds it’s 100th annual Dinner and Gala at Rava Winery. The chamber will honor the Roblan of the Year, Mark Perry. Perry says he’s all Bearcat. Tomorrow night, Mark Perry will be honored as Roblan of the Year at the 100th annual dinner for the Paso Robles…

Final Talk On The Block 2.28.2020

Last night, the Atascadero chamber of commerce and city of Atascadero hosted the final Talk-On-The-Block of 2020 at Community Church, and it was the liveliest of the year. City manager Rachelle Rickard gave her speech on finances in the city. She said, “We can do anything, but we can’t do everything. We have to make…

Leap Day 2.28.2020

Leap Day weekend and it looks like spring in some parts of the north county. Almond trees around Paso Robles are starting to bloom. Same with Japanese cherry trees in the north county, and pear trees on Turtle Creek drive. At Hearst castle, the roses are beginning to bloom. But it’s still February. Tomorrow is…

Other Stories This Thursday 2.27.2020

A federal appeals court in New York rules that the Trump administration can withhold millions of dollars in law enforcement grants to force states to cooperate with US immigration enforcement. The ruling by the 2nd Court of Appeals challenges sanctuary city policies in many states. An astronomer in Chicago says there’s a connection between sunspots…

Paso Robles School District 2.27.2020

While Paso Robles school district wrestles with budget issues, there is one positive message from superintendent Curt Dubost. Joey Vaughn, the new Director of Food Service for the district is having a major impact. Joey Vaughn has turned around food service departments in other school districts, including Los Angeles unified and another in Cleveland. Vaughn…

Talk On The Block 2.27.2020

Atascadero chamber of commerce and the city of Atascadero hosting another Talk On The Block event tonight at Community Church on Rosario avenue. That’s near the Atascadero police station. Mayor Heather Moreno says the city brought the program back because people enjoyed it last year, and learned a lot from city leaders. Talk On The…