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Armed Robbery 11.21.2018

An armed robbery yesterday at Chase bank on Niblick road in Paso Robles. The robbery occurred around six yesterday as the bank was closing yesterday. During the robbery, a bank employee sustained a moderate eye injury after one of the robbers struck him with a rifle. Bank employees say at least five men entered the…

Colony House 11.20.2018

The Atascadero Historical Society moved a colony house back on July tenth from its site near the Elks Lodge all the way south on El Camino to an area near the library where Historical Society president Jim Wilkins is collecting abandoned colony homes and turning them into a small Historical village. Jim Wilkins says the…

Paradise Fire 11.20.2018

The death toll from the Paradise fire reaches 79. The number of missing people stands at 700 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 concern…

Lillianne Tang 11.20.2018

The man charged with an accident in San Luis two weeks ago pleads not guilty in San Luis superior court yesterday. 53-year-old Christopher Boyle lists his home as the Prado Day Center in San Luis. He was allegedly driving under the influence of drugs and driving on a suspended license when he struck 26-year-old Lillianne…

Pastor Dale Paulsen 11.20.2018

People in Morro Bay mourning the death of 67-year-old Dale Paulsen, who was struck and killed by a drunken hit-and-run driver while walking in Los Osos Sunday evening. Paulsen was the pastor at Morro Bay Presbyterian church for the past 23 years. Sunday morning during the service, he announced his plans to retire in January.…

City Council 11.20.2018

Tonight, the Paso Robles city council will discuss in closed session a proposal to buy the vacant boys school on Airport road. It’s another step in a long journey for city staff to try to gain control of the 135 acre facility. We’ll learn more about the city’s plans tonight when the council reports back…