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Bertonis named Pioneer Day Marshal and Queen Couple to be honored at 2016 Pioneer Royalty Dinner Aug. 14

Modified: Friday, Jul 29th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- Sixth generation Paso Roblans John and June Bertoni will be honored as Marshal and Queen for the 2016 Pioneer Day events. The couple is known for being dynamic, giving, and abounding with the spirit of Paso Robles. The Bertonis will be honored at the Pioneer Royalty Dinner, along with the Belles on Sunday, Aug. 14, beginning at

Dems open NC campaign office

Posted: Friday, Jul 29th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- For at least three decades the Paso Robles Democratic Club has served as an outlet to North County Democratic Party members and on Saturday, July 23 the organization hosted the grand opening of the North County Democratic Campaign Office, located at 744 Oak St. in Paso Robles.
Membership Chairman Donna Davis said that the office will provide

Seats on local City Councils slated for November election

Posted: Friday, Jul 29th, 2016
NORTH COUNTY -- Election season is heating up, and choices for the President of the United States have been narrowed down, with national conventions making final calls for their constituencies. For the local races, candidates are still making the decision for themselves. The window for declaring for candidacy with San Luis Obispo County opened on July 18, and will run

Wild fire off Del Rio in Atascadero Crews on the scene attempting containment

Modified: Thursday, Jul 28th, 2016
The fires are contained according to Atascadero Deputy City Manager, Terrie Banish who said the fire was being fought on three fronts before emergency personnel reached containment.
Banish wrote, "The Del Rio on and off ramps are currently closed and traffic on El Camino Real is being diverted around the area to Traffic Way. The fires

Humphrey crowned 2016 Miss California Mid-State Fair

Posted: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
San Luis Obispo native Victoria Humphrey, 17, was crowned the 2016 Miss California Mid-State Fair Queen, Tuesday, July 19 with first runner-up Carley Cockrum, 18, and second runner-up, Tahnee Bray, 20, both of Paso Robles, also crowned that night.
All three ladies will represent the Mid-State Fair for the the next year and Queen Victoria will implement her platform,

County passes urgency ordinances Prohibits clear cutting of oaks

Modified: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- Two urgency ordinances -- one that protects native trees and one that changes requirements for agriculture ponds -- passed at an emergency meeting of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors on July 15. The Native Tree urgency ordinance was passed 4-1 with Debbie Arnold casting the no vote, while the Ag Pond and Reservoir Interim

Budweiser Clydesdales join fair parade for first time ever

Posted: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
The Budweiser Clydesdales made their triumphant return to the Mid-State Fair July 20.
Local historian and El Paso De Robles Historical Society Docent Mike Harris said that the Budweiser Clydesdales have been a fixture at the Paso Robles Mid-State Fair since 1958 and have only missed seven of the past 51 years.
"I was a little kid in 1959 when

4 teens charged following home invasion robbery in Templeton

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 20th, 2016
TEMPLETON -- Four teenagers were arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly storming into a party with guns, stealing partygoers' cell phones and wallets before driving away in a stolen BMW and pickup truck, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office.
The suspects have been identified as 19-year-old Donovan James Alvord of Templeton, 18-year-old Albert Charles Heinicke Jr. of

PRPD arrests teen on commercial burglary charge

Modified: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- A 14-year-old Paso Robles boy was arrested Monday evening after allegedly breaking into two convenience stores on Spring Street, the Paso Robles Police Department reported.
The juvenile, whose name cannot be released due to his age, was arrested at approximately 11:50 p.m. on July 18 and booked into SLO County Probation on felony burglary and misdemeanor vandalism

PRJUSD takes its case for bond to public

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Proposing a $95 million general obligation bond for November ballot

PASO ROBLES -- The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District is seeking the public's input on the possibility of the district placing a $95 million general obligation bond on the Nov. 8 ballot.
The bond will not be a traditional measure which requires two-thirds voter approval rate. It will

Bone marrow drive and blood drive Help Paso Robles teen Danae Ontiveros on July 30

Posted: Monday, Jul 18th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- People can help 18-year-old Danae Ontiveros of Paso Robles by attending the second of two bone marrow drive and blood drive events July 30 at Village Preschool in Arroyo Grande from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
According to a press release, the first drive was held on July 16 at Kennedy Club Fitness in Paso Robles

Probation check leads to seven violations on July 14

Posted: Monday, Jul 18th, 2016
NORTH COUNTY -- A Probation Compliance Check Thursday, July 14, in Paso Robles, Atascadero, San Miguel, Templeton and Shandon found seven people in violation of their probations and three others arrested on new charges according to the report by, San Luis Obispo County Chief Probation Officer James E. Salio.
This was a cooperative effort by San Luis Obispo County Probation

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