Forecasters say we’ll see warmer temperatures this week in the north county. High pressure is building over the desert south west and sliding westward over California. So another spell of hot weather will impact the interior and the north county this week. Cool and foggy conditions to persist along the coast from tomorrow through Friday.…
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Sunny and warm again today, highs this afternoon near 104. Cool overnight, down into the upper 50’s. Sunny tomorrow, highs near 103.
At studios on the park tomorrow night, it’s time for Art After Dark. Sasha Irving of Studios on the Park. Art after Dark begins at six tomorrow evening in downtown. Some of the other galleries downtown Paso Robles are also celebrating Art after Dark tomorrow night.
The San Miguel chamber of commerce will conduct its annual meeting next Tuesday at the San Miguel senior center. It will be from 6:30 to 8 next Tuesday evening. Refreshments will be served at the annual get together. There will be elections and appointments at the meeting next Tuesday.
Cuesta college is offering a new course this fall to meet demands for the local geographic information systems technology industry. Cuesta is offering new GIS courses and GIS certification. A national science foundation grant is providing Cuesta with $225 thousand dollars to launch the course sequence. Introduction to GIS will be offered this fall. Advanced…
Two forums held Wednesday at the park cinemas to discuss parking issues in downtown Paso Robles. Mayor Steve Martin tells KPRL what’s next. Paso Robles mayor Steve Martin says they have three levels of action, and they will begin first level soon, which includes signage and education. Incidentally, the mayor announced this week that he…