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Bee happy

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The Downtown City Park was buzzing with activities Saturday for the first-ever Golden Oak Honey Festival. This year the annual Golden Oak Festival, which showcases antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts added a new feature: honey. And the public flocked to the park for the honey tastings, bee-keeping seminars and many other forms of entertainment.
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City onboard with county tourism district

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The city became the first city in the county to join the proposed San Luis Obispo County Tourism Marketing District. The SLO County Board of Supervisors is attempting to create the district as a way of pooling resources and looking for other cities to do the same.
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Probation check leads to drug arrest

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- A man was arrested Thursday afternoon on felony drug charges, the Paso Robles Police Department reported. Nicholas Davis was taken into custody and transported to County Jail following a probation search of the 800 block of Park Street by the PRPD Special Enforcement Team. The action took place after the department received information of possible drug activity
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Changes in store for Founder’s Day, Nov. 1

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
TEMPLETON -- Although some Templeton Founder's Day traditions will never die -- like the piece of complimentary cake or pie given out to attendees -- change may be a good thing. New additions to this year's event, slated for Saturday, Nov. 1, are aimed at restoring glory and excitement to the time-honored celebration, according to Templeton Chamber of Commerce leader
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Girl Scouts earn Silver Awards

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
NORTH COUNTY -- Members of Troop 40146 earned their Girl Scout Silver Award by accomplishing a project with a purpose at the El Camino Homeless Organization located in Atascadero. ECHO provides shelter and supportive services, and advocates for solutions to end homelessness within northern San Luis Obispo County.
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The Blenders closing in on 40

Posted: Thursday, Oct 23rd, 2014
The Blenders is on the verge of celebrating 40 years in business. Clearly, they must be doing something right to have four decades of staying power to their credit.
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City to pay for hillside cleanup

Posted: Thursday, Oct 23rd, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- A group of homeowners simply asked the council to do what was right and to cleanup the mess. The five City Council members unanimously agreed and authorized $20,215 to be pulled from city reserves to cover the costs of fire hazard abatement for the hillside around the city water tanks on the hill in the Del Oro-Hacienda Landscape
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Local chef competes on ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’

Posted: Thursday, Oct 23rd, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- SummerWood Winery and Inn Executive Chef and Inn Manager Kelly Wangard will be appearing on Food Network's Cutthroat Kitchen which is set to air at 7 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 26.
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Pink Moto riding into Paso

Posted: Thursday, Oct 23rd, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The first-ever Paso's Pink Moto Ride is coming to town Saturday, Oct. 25. This is no ordinary motorcycle ride -- organized with the intent to raise funds and awareness for the Cancer Support Community California Central Coast, Pink Moto promises a full day of fun, food, music, prizes and more.
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Mom ‘fights like a girl,’ beats breast cancer for good

Posted: Thursday, Oct 23rd, 2014
When North County mother of three Rochelle Berlingeri tells her daughter Gianna to "fight like a girl," she means it. It wasn't too long ago when Berlingeri was fighting valiantly for her own life, struggling with a breast cancer diagnosis. With her children close at heart, the fun-loving spirit remained strong and smiling.
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Kathleen McCarthy Scepan

Posted: Thursday, Oct 23rd, 2014
June 23, 1957, Oct. 18, 2014

Kathleen McCarthy was born in San Francisco on June 23, 1957. She was the eldest of Ralph and Jean McCarthy.
Kathleen spent her childhood and teenage years in Paso Robles, attending Saint Rose Elementary School and Paso Robles High School. She attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she received her
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Homecoming royalty

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Seniors Rudy Nunez and Ag Villanueva were crowned Paso Robles High School Homecoming King and Queen on Friday during halftime of the Bearcats varsity football game against San Luis Obispo.
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Adelaida celebrates 50 years of Pinot Noir

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- It was a bright and sunny morning on Thursday, Oct. 16, as local dignitaries and the wine community gathered together for a celebration 50 years in the making. Veteran Paso Robles winery Adelaida Cellars celebrated the milestone birthday of its HMR Pinot Noir Vineyard, then subsequently broke ground on its new hospitality center, set to open in
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Adelaida celebrates 50 years of Pinot Noir

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- It was a bright and sunny morning on Thursday, Oct. 16, as local dignitaries and the wine community gathered together for a celebration 50 years in the making. Veteran Paso Robles winery Adelaida Cellars celebrated the milestone birthday of its HMR Pinot Noir Vineyard, then subsequently broke ground on its new hospitality center, set to open in
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Town hall to talk drugs Wednesday

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The North County community is being called to action in a power-packed town hall meeting Wednesday night, put together for the purpose of combating drug use.
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Part of Highway 41 East closing for day

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
CHOLAME -- Highway 41 will be fully closed in both directions from the Highway 46 East/Highway 41 interchange in Cholame to State Route 33 in Kings County on Wednesday, Oct. 22 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for highway maintenance work.
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PRPD arrests armed robbery suspect

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- A Santa Maria man was arrested by the Paso Robles Police Department and charged with armed robbery on Saturday.
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RISE, many others call on NFL to become a ‘Game Changer’

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY -- More than 1,200 organizations, including RISE and other national, state and local groups from 47 states, the District of Columbia, 12 tribal communities and four territories, that are working to prevent domestic and sexual violence, have come together under the banner of "NFL Game Changer" to call on the National Football League to invest heavily
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Garagiste Festival: An event of constant discovery

Modified: Friday, Oct 17th, 2014
It started four years ago as a passion project for Stewart McLennan and Doug Minnick, two fans of the growing number of small-lot, artisan winemakers doing exciting things in the Central Coast. In an effort to draw attention to these under-the-radar winemakers, they lit upon the idea of a festival composed entirely of garage, or garagiste, winemakers, all under one
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Granny's awaits

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- This is Granny's favorite time of the year. From now through Halloween, Carolyn Davis, better known as Granny, happily hosts visitors to My Granny's Gardens at San Marcos Ranch north of Paso Robles off of Highway 101.
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Water district takes another step

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- The county Board of Supervisors are moving forward with the process of forming a water district for the Paso Robles groundwater basin. Tuesday's 4-1 vote directs the county Public Works Department to begin petitioning the Local Agency Formation Commission to form a Paso Robles water basin district.
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Paso teacher is bug hunter

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
John Hutchings sounds like a pretty regular guy. "I am a red-white-and-blue American," he says. "I eat pizza, go to the movies and watch TV. And I travel. That's normal, right?"
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Scarecrows trying to scare up some votes

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- Storefront displays in downtown Paso Robles are once again homes to 15 scarecrows decorated by local children, mainly in grades K-5. The public may vote for their favorite scarecrows by entering the storefront of their choice and filling out a ballot by Tuesday morning Oct. 28.
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Voter registration deadline is Monday, Oct. 20

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- As preparations for the General Election continue, voters are reminded that Monday, Oct. 20, is the last day to register to vote.
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Cuesta welding teams take first in state

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Eight Cuesta College welding students took first place recently at the 2014 Welders Without Borders: Welding Thunder, a portable welding competition designed to allow instructors and students to work together and showcase their skills in a fun and competitive manner. Six teams from various California high schools and colleges competed. Cuesta College was represented by one
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City reminds residents to dispose of leaves properly

Posted: Thursday, Oct 16th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- With the change in season and wet weather quickly approaching, the City of Paso Robles reminds residents to collect and properly dispose of the leaves from trees on their private property and the sidewalk bordering their property.
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