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Winter Wonderland 12.12.2019

Tomorrow night, the biggest holiday event in the north county takes place in Atascadero, Winter Wonderland. Terrie Banish tells us this year’s event will be even bigger. This year, they are bringing in 65 tons of snow. The volunteers will start moving 65 tons into the lot tomorrow morning for Winter Wonderland tomorrow night from…

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Other Stories This Thursday 12.12.2019

The Indiana man who drove across the country to murder his mother in Grover Beach gets life in prison. Yesterday, Levente Lazlo Lazar sentenced to life in state prison without possibility of parole. The motive for the millennial murder was financial gain. Back in October of last year, 27-year-old Lazar allegedly stabbed his mother to…

Paso Robles Coaches 12.12.2019

Two Paso Robles high school coaches were removed from their position because the district did not follow correct procedures when they were hired four years ago. Head football coach JR Reynolds, and varsity swimming coach Michael Sauret were not hired by superintendent Chris Williams and district athletic director Rich Clayton in compliance with Education Code…

Stiles Pleads Not Guilty 12.11.2019

26-year-old Chelsea Annmarie Stiles of Arroyo Grande pleaded not guilty yesterday to murder and other charges in San Luis Obispo superior court. The young mother is accused of causing a crash on highway 227 December 1st that killed 72-year-old Terry Tilton of San Luis Obispo. She faces other charges including driving under the influence of…

Atascadero City Council 12.11.2019

Atascadero city council heard city manager Rochelle Rickard talk about the upcoming event Friday night in the downtown area. Winter wonderland is this Friday in downtown Atascadero. 65 tons of snow to be brought in. The council also heard from Karen McNamara, who is working with other residents to save the Printery and other historic…