George Bush 12.03.2018

The north county and the entire world is paying their respects to former president George H.W. Bush, who died last week at the age of 94. Paso Robles city councilman Fred Strong says he worked with Bush on national transportation issues. Strong says Bush impressed him as one of the brightest, most informed of the…

Paso Cares 12.03.2018

Paso Cares’ Warming Station will be open tonight and it will remain open through Wednesday night, December 5. A decision to open it beyond December 5th will be made later today. Persons desiring to stay at the warming station must appear at Peoples’ Kitchen, 2345 Riverside avenue no later than 5:00 pm, on the evening…

Rain 12.03.2018

More rain this week in the north county. Forecasters say we’ll see mostly dry weather today, although there may be patches of dense fog in the night and morning hours. A low-pressure system will produce increasing southerly winds tomorrow. We’ll likely see rain tomorrow and Wednesday with showers on Thursday morning. Total rainfall from this…

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Other Stories This Friday 11.30.2018

The county district attorney’s office has filed charges against an Arroyo Grande woman for vandalizing mayor Jim Hill’s campaign signs. The incumbent mayor lost the election to progressive candidate Caren Ray. Patricia Welsh allegedly damaged at least nine of his campaign signs, removed some and caused other damage. She also spotted the mayor installing a…