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Artisan owners open new restaurant in Templeton; Chris and Mike Kobayashi launch breakfast and lunch eatery on Main Street

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
The owners of Artisan in Paso Robles, Chef Chris Kobayashi and his brother/partner Michael Kobayashi, have opened a second venture, Kitchenette, at the former Roost Café at 105 South Main Street in Templeton on Tuesday, September 1. The Kitchenette is a breakfast and lunch eatery serving new American fare created by Chef Chris Kobayashi.
Kitchenette will feature all

How will Phillips 66 rail spur affect NC?

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
Traffic, emergency response and possible derailment have been the hot topics surrounding the impact Phillips 66 Rail Spur project at the Santa Maria Refinery (SMR) could have on the North County.

What is the Phillip's 66 Rail Spur Project?

In 2014, Phillips 66 submitted a building permit to the San Luis Obispo County Planning Department and Board of

Blaze now 90 percent contained; focus turns to wilderness rehab

Posted: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
ATASCADERO -- According to the latest information from Cal Fire, the Cuesta Fire is now 90 percent contained and has burned a total of 2,446 acres.
Fire officials had previously estimated that the fire had burned 3,500 acres, but revised those numbers after getting a clearer view of the fire when smoke started to clear out of the area earlier

Off to college: Alessi accepted to new Fresno State Program

Modified: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
PASO ROBLES -- Patrica Alessi, a local resident with Down syndrome who graduated fro Paso Robles High School in 2008, is finally getting an opportunity she's always wanted; to go to college.
This fall, Patricia, Tricia for short, will attend a relatively new program at Fresno State University that allows adults between 18 and 28 years of age with development

Dead man found inside smoldering home

Modified: Wednesday, Aug 26th, 2015
PASO ROBLES -- A dead man was found inside a home on the 3200 block of Pine Street on Tuesday, August 25, after the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services was dispatched to an EMS call on the block at approximately 5:44 p.m.
On arrival, Emergency Services crews found there had been an unreported fire within the interior of

Cal Fire seeking public's help with Cuesta Fire

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Fire investigators would like the public's help in identifying the vehicle responsible for starting the Cuesta Fire, Cal Fire stated Friday afternoon.
The Cuesta Fire was reported on Aug. 16, 2015 at approximately 6:12 p.m. Investigators believe a northbound vehicle traveling uphill over the Cuesta Grade was experiencing some type of mechanical issue that ignited dry

Pioneer Day royalty introduced

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
The El Paso De Robles Area Historical Society held their annual Pioneer Day Royalty Dinner at the Paso Robles Inn Ballroom Sunday, August 16, to celebrate and introduce the 2015 Pioneer Day Royalty.
The annual event was a special occasion for past and present royalty, royalty family members, and Belle nominees and a silent auction as well as a raffle

Winemakers come together for cookoff

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
The 17th annual Paso Robles Winemakers' Cookoff, held Saturday, August 15, at the Paso Robles Event Center, was a great success bringing in over 1,200 attendants to try wine and food from 25 participating Paso Robles wineries.
The event, which began nearly 20 years ago as a fundraiser for Paso Robles High School senior scholarships, has allowed Rotary to give

Council to hold meetings earlier; 6:30 p.m. start time will begin in Oct.

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
City Council meetings are about to get an earlier start time with the hopes that more public residents can attend without the meetings running too late in the evening.
The Paso Robles City Council voted to amend the meeting time to 6:30 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. at their last regular meting, Tuesday, August 18. Meetings will still be held

Blaze burns 3.5K acres

Posted: Friday, Aug 21st, 2015
Three fires sparked by a passing vehicle burnt up the canyons adjacent to the Cuesta Grade on Highway 101 Sunday evening, eventually combining and burning down the back side of the mountain, threatening the community of Santa Margarita and causing the evacuation of approximately 500 people.

Motorists on Highway 101 first reported the fire shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday.

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