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Paso Robles 01.28.2019

The city of Paso Robles looking at ways to avoid a lawsuit filed by attorney Kevin Shenkman of Malibu. Shenkman is suing municipalities all over the state, charging them with violating the California voting rights act. The result is an expensive lawsuit, or changing election process. Douglas Johnson is working with the city to create…

Weather News 01.28.2019

Sunny skies for the next couple days in the north county. We may get some rain late Sunday night. This coming weekend, for groundhog day, we’ll get rain Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Over an inch of rain expected. Most of it falling Friday. So far this season, precipitation is greater than average in the north…

In Sports 01.18.2019

Paso Robles girls soccer hosting San Luis Obispo tonight at War Memorial stadium at 6:00 this evening. The bearcats are 10-8. The Tigers 13-2-1. Paso Robles boys soccer team travels to Arroyo Grande to take on the Eagles at six tonight. The Bearcats boys basketball team also plays at Arroyo Grande at 6:45 tonight. The…

Tamale Festival 01.18.2019

Atascadero, celebrates the Tamale Festival. The Tamale Festival is tomorrow at the sunken gardens. Thirty-two tamale vendors each with over one thousand tamales, but they will sell out before the Tamale Festival closes. There are also some great bands, dancers and other entertainment at the sunken gardens tomorrow. The Tamale Festival runs from 11-5 tomorrow…

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Other Stories This Friday 01.18.2019

The Topaz solar farm in the Carrizo Plains is seeing it’s credit rating drop dramatically because of PG and E filing for bankruptcy. S & P global ratings downgrading Topaz solar from ‘BBB’ to ‘B” last week. The pushes the farm’s rating to “junk.” Construction underway on the Paso Market Walk, the mixed use development…

Women’s March 01.18.2019

Many streets in downtown San Luis Obispo will be closed tomorrow for the women’s march. The women’s march begins at nine with a rally at Mitchell park. The march will wind through town from the park to Osos, Highuera, Broad and Marsh streets. The theme of this years march is truth to power. A number…

Dr. King Event 01.18.2019

Tomorrow in Paso Robles, the city celebrates the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King speaking at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC on August 28th, 1963. Tomorrow at Flamson middle school in Paso Robles, a celebration of Dr. King to be held from 1-3. Those who attend tomorrow’s event celebrating…

Cleaning Up 01.18.2019

In Paso Robles, Jill Copeland saw her home on Bolen drive off Creston road flood with storm run off. She says, “two am early Thursday, a flash flood hit my backyard. Two inches of water on my back patio.” She bought the house in 2011, but there was not flooding until the city installed a…

Storm Damage 01.18.2019

Other storm damage in the north county yesterday, River road was closed to through traffic between the Paso Robles city limits and Wellsona road from 8 yesterday morning until about 3:35 in the afternoon. Creston road between Neal Springs road and South El Pomar road was closed for about an hour yesterday morning because of…