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Jamba Juice 3.21.2019

Jamba Juice is planning to open a new store in Atascadero. The juicer plans to open a store on the corner of El Camino Real and highway forty-one. Jeff Olds and his wife Linda Ozawa Olds will own the franchise. They also own stores in San Luis, Arroyo Grande and Paso Robles. Jamba Juice was…

Draft E 3.21.2019

On Tuesday night, the Paso Robles city council looked at five proposed draft maps for city council districts. Shalice Tilton is with DNC, a company which is helping the city to develop geographic maps to avert a lawsuit from a Malibu based attorney who is suing cities and school district around the state forcing them…

Weather 3.21.2019

Forecasters say we may see some showers this morning. Those will dissipate (around 8) and we’ll enjoy mostly cloudy skies today. Then early Saturday morning we’ll see showers again. Over half an inch of rain fell yesterday in most parts of the north county. More than that at higher elevations. 8 tenths of an inch…

In Sports 3.20.2019

The Paso Robles Bearcat baseball team upset the undefeated San Luis Obispo Tigers Tuesday night, 9-3. Senior southpaw pitcher Lucas Climer got the win for the Bearcats. Those teams play again Friday night in San Luis Obispo. The Paso Robles softball team beat Arroyo Grande 11-2. The Atascadero Greyhound softball team beat Templeton 7-0. Greyhound…

Apartment Fire 3.20.2019

An apartment fire in Paso Robles yesterday afternoon displaces about 29 people. The fire broke out around 12:45 in the 7200 block of Alamo Creek, not far from Virginia Peterson elementary school. Firefighters were able to contain the fire to one unit and prevent it from spreading to seven other units. The building’s electrical system…

Paso Robles on Homeless Shelter 3.20.2019

“ A hand-up, not a hand out.” That’s how councilman John Hamon described the proposal to build a homeless shelter next to the Paso Robles water treatment facility. The proposal approved unanimously Tuesday night includes an application for a state grant for $140 thousand dollars to build a 5,000 square foot shelter with 36 beds.…

Weather 3.20.2019

After threatening late yesterday, the rain began early this morning over the north county. Around 4:00 a deluge soaked Paso Robles and sent run-off down the streets to the Salinas river bed. Forecasters say we’ll get showers today, but mostly sunny skies tomorrow, and continuing through the weekend. As for levels at local reservoirs, lake…