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Local singer vies for spot at rodeo nationals

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Shelly Ventura Cargill from Paso Robles has made the top-three candidates to sing the National Anthem at the National Finals Rodeo. The contest is voter driven, so now is the time for locals to get one of our own to win this honor.
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Fun Day fabricates fabulous fun

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
The Heritage Oaks 16th Annual Family Fun Day drew hundreds of visitors to the Paso Robles Downtown Park, including several hundred first thing Sunday morning for the 10K and 5K races.
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Gwen Pelfrey for TCSD

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
TEMPLETON -- Gwen Pelfrey has been a Templeton resident for the past 27 years and is known for being active at community meetings, outspoken and well versed in county and city affairs. Her dedication to the community and vigor prompted her decision to run in the November election for the Templeton Community Services District.
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ULTA grandly opens, plans giveaways

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- ULTA Beauty begins grand-opening festivities today and will continue through the weekend. ULTA Beauty will open its doors to Paso Robles beauty lovers on Friday, Sept. 26. The new location at Paso Crossings will feature 20,000 beauty products, 4,000 testers and more than 1,000 scents.
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Lewis staff get dunked

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Students at Paso Robles' Lewis Middle School doused staff with ice water last week as the ALS challenge made its way to town. The students at Lewis Middle School, home of the Leopards, accepted the challenge of raising $1,000 for ALS research.
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North County gears up for creek clean-up

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
NORTH COUNTY -- Every year, Paso Robles volunteers of all ages don old sneakers and T-shirts, grab a handful of trash bags and unite at Salinas River bank for some truly messy business. Their aim: Pick up as much trash as possible. Their reward? Free pizza and the feeling that, on that day, they made a difference.
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Two arrested: Assault with deadly weapon, gang participation

Posted: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Two North County men were arrested and face several felony charges that include assault with a deadly weapon and gang participation.
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Arrests made in San Miguel death

Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
SAN MIGUEL -- Two off-duty corrections officers were arrested Thursday and charged with voluntary manslaughter in connection to the death of Alvaro Medrano, 54, of San Miguel.
According to a San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department press release, Medrano
was killed during a fight with Travis Woolf, 36, of San Miguel and Sergio Aranda, 35, of Salinas outside the Elkhorn
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Adult, juvenile face drug charges

Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Brandon Michael Loewen, 19, of Paso Robles was arrested Friday and charged with possession of stolen property, a felony; sales of narcotics,a felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia,a misdemeanor.
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Driving force for annual parade

Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
Dottie Reiff, 85, is not a frilly sort of Pioneer Day Queen. No, not by a long shot.
Never one to shy away from hard work or a bit of mud, the lifelong cowgirl is proud of her Paso Robles roots as well as her contributions to the annual event.
More than a decade ago, Reiff began assembling mule and
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School board meeting Tuesday

Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District will meet Tuesday
night in its regular meeting that looks to be free of controversy.
The school board will meet at 6 p.m. in the Paso Robles Public Schools board room at the administration building located at 800 Niblick Road.
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City 125th birthday party at the library

Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
The Paso Robles Library threw a birthday party Saturday that was well attended by 3-8-year-olds ready to meet a children's author, decorate cupcakes, sign a card and get temporary tattoos.
The event surrounded the city's 125th anniversary and included the children's writer Elizabeth Spurr who read her book, "The World's Biggest Birthday Cake."
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Governor signs bill to allow water district

Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Gov. Jerry Brown signed a groundwater management bill this week that pushes the Paso Robles region one step closer to forming a locally controlled water district.
AB 2453, authored by Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian, passed the Senate Aug. 13 and the Assembly Aug. 18. It will allow a petition to create a local water district. Formation of a
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Cuesta campus college night

Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The San Luis Obispo Community Foundation will be putting on its third annual College Night at the San Luis Obispo Cuesta campus on Nov. 3.
"The purpose of the California College Nights is to provide California high school students, parents, counselors and other interested persons a setting where information and guidance concerning California higher education opportunities can
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Library gets new book drop

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 9th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Their toddler arms filled with books, Paso Robles' youngest
library patrons took a very short trip Friday -- from the children's library to the brand new book drop installed in the parking lot.
During Friday's storytime, parents and their tots were treated to the extra adventure.
Once Cappy Culver, known to the children as Ms. Cappy, read
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Three PRJUSD board seats open

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 9th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Three seats on the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District are up for re-election with two incumbents running, one stepping down and three newcomers challenging.
The three seats up for election are currently filled by school board President Katy Griffin and trustees Field Gibson and Jay Packer.
Griffin and Gibson are the incumbents on the ballot for
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Small murals adorn walls of Artisan

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 9th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Captivating,thought-provoking -- and certainly tourist-attracting -- street art has hit the outside walls of one of Paso Robles's most popular downtown restaurants.
Artisan is the restaurant, and Neal Breton and Jeff Claassen are the artists with contrasting yet complimentary styles. Breton, known in part for his naked foxes, smiled when he said Artisan owner Mike Kobayashi told
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Animal abuse case goes to pre-prelim hearing

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 9th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Garret Kaplan, 24, who was charged with felony animal cruelty this spring after he was arrested in relation to an FFA steer that was set on fire at Paso Robles High School, will now be going to court in his pre-preliminary
hearing and trial-setting conference at San Luis Obispo Superior Court at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.
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Park Cinemas goes to the next generation­­

Posted: Friday, Sep 5th, 2014
Park Cinemas has been a centerpiece in the Paso Robles community since its doors opened on Christmas day of 1997 with its début movie, "Titanic."
The man behind the movie magic is none other than John Roush, local businessman extraordinaire and life-long film fanatic. His passion for the film industry and diligence to his work has resulted in a
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Paso city council election is a contested race

Posted: Friday, Sep 5th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The Nov. 4 election brings some twists as Paso Robles' mayor runs for council, a councilman runs for mayor and a total of five candidates vie for three open seats in the Paso Robles City Council race.
Mayor Duane Picanco said he wants to continue to serve the city of Paso Robles but in the slightly less
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City to share water to rural residents

Posted: Friday, Sep 5th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously in favor of sharing its water with rural residents at its regular meeting Tuesday.
Councilman John Hamon made the motion to share water with the contingency that the issue be revisited during the summer 2015. Mayor Pro Tem Ed Steinbeck seconded the motion that passed 4-0. Councilman Fred Strong was
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Paso Robles Press welcomes graphic designer

Posted: Friday, Sep 5th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Veronica Sanders has taken a long and interesting path that has recently brought her to her graphic design desk at the Paso Robles Press.
She began her journey in a land of legends being born and raised in Juneau, Alaska then left that vast state for college at The Art Institute in San Francisco where she studied
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