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Grandview Apartments 10.08.2019

More than 70 people living in the Grandview apartments at the southern entrance to Paso Robles still wondering where they’re going to live. The residence were given eviction notices recently. They have 60-90 days to move out. That’s in response to an order that the slumlords in Santa Barbara clean up the place. Stephanie Barclay…

Paso Robles School Board 10.08.2019

The Paso Robles school board meets tonight at the district office on Niblick road. The board is going to discuss a proposal to hire an outside firm to conduct an investigation into alleged corruption and mismanagement by former superintendent Chris Williams and his school board members, including Joel Peterson, Joan Summers, Matt Mclish and Field…

Atascadero City Council 10.08.2019

Atascadero city council to receive a management report tonight on community cats. The report outlines how future adoption of a community cat program could reduce the amount paid to animal services. The council will discuss the feline issue and provide direction to staff on options for the management of community cats in Atascadero. The council…

Weather 10.08.2019

Sunny and warm today, but cooler tomorrow in the north county. The Indian Summer weather changing a bit as fall manifests. We’ll see high temperatures drop into the low 80’s beginning tomorrow. And those highs will stay in the 80’s through the weekend.

In High School Football 10.07.2019

The Templeton Eagles beat previously undefeated St. Bernards of Eureka 49-21. Eagles coach Don Crow tells KPRL the team came through in the second half. At halftime the score was 14-14, but the Eagles outscored the Crusaders 35-7 in the second half. The Eagles are now 5-1. Up next, Santa Maria for a homecoming game…

Oktoberfest 10.07.2019

More than 400 people attended the 3rd annual Oktoberfest Saturday afternoon at the Templeton city park. Beer lovers sampled German and local craft beers, tasted German cuisine and did the chicken dance to an “oompah band” dressed in lederhosen. Chamber CEO Jessica Main tells KPRL it went well. The third annual Oktoberfest a great success…