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Shop Local 11.19.2018

Thanksgiving week generally kicks off the Christmas shopping season. Black Friday the day after Thanksgiving, and on Saturday, shop local. Mary Uebersax is with Main Street in Paso Robles. She says, “shop small on Saturday in the north county.” That’s the message from Main Street in Paso Robles.

Pinedo Found Guilty 11.19.2018

A jury finds 38-year-old Jim Pinedo of San Miguel guilty of attempted murder. Pinedo allegedly shot his girlfriend in the neck with a .22 caliber rifle, but Cancene Cordova refused to testify against him. She told the court that Pinedo did not shoot her, which contradicted earlier statements she made after awakening from a 10-day…

Fatal 11.19.2018

A fatal hit and run crash yesterday afternoon in Los Osos. 67-year-old Dale Paulsen of Los Osos was walking eastbound on the westbound shoulder of Ramona avenue, east of Pine avenue, when he was struck by a pick- up truck driven by 24-year-old Emily Bales of Los Osos. Ms. Bales fled the scene but was…

Paradise Fire 11.19.2018

The death toll from the Paradise fire reaches 77, but the number of missing people jumps to 1300 people. That’s the number of people unaccounted for, although some may have survived the fire and left the area to live with friends or relatives. The search for human remains continues with the threat of rain a…

In Sports 11.16.2018

Tonight, the undefeated Mission Prep Royals eight man football team plays for the CIF title against Fresno Christian. Eleven north county players start for the Royals. They enter the game with a record of 11-0. This will be their final game of the season. The Cal Poly Mustang baseball recruited the #2 prospect in California…

Downtown SLO Parking 11.16.2018

While Paso Robles tackles employee parking in the downtown area, San Luis Obispo is wrestling with a serious lack of parking. Early next year, Hotel San Luis Obispo is scheduled to open. It’s a block from the Mission and there’s no parking. People are saying that parking is scarce and too expensive. Parking lots are…