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Student taken to hospital after being hit by car

Modified: Thursday, Oct 8th, 2015
PASO ROBLES -- A student at Pat Butler Elementary School was taken to Twin Cities Hospital after being clipped by the bumper of a car while walking to school Thursday morning according to a report from the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District.
According to the PRJUSD's report, the student received immediate attention by staff and paramedics after the accident

San Miguel man arrested for domestic violence

Modified: Thursday, Oct 8th, 2015
PASO ROBLES -- Paso Robles police arrested 26-year-old Jose Ayala-Martinez of San Miguel at approximately 12:30 a.m. Oct. 8 after Martinez had allegedly tried to kidnap his girlfriend and chased her in his car the police department reported.
Ayala-Martinez was booked into San Luis County Jail and was charged with assault with a deadly weapon (vehicle), kidnapping, false imprisonment,

October holiday events at the Paso Robles Library

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 6th, 2015
The Paso Robles Library is gearing up to celebrate a few October holiday festivities with papier-mâché and scary storytelling.
Join the Paso Robles library for a fun three-night foray into the art of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) masks using papier-mâché techniques from 6, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 21, Thursday, October 22, and Friday, October 23.

Pumpkin Palooza at the Paso Robles Library

Posted: Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015
Paso Robles -- Back by popular demand, the Paso Robles Library is hosting its 2nd annual pumpkin decorating contest, Pumpkin Palooza, featuring creations by the area's most creative crafters.
All ages are invited to decorate a craft pumpkin as a favorite book character or one inspired by a favorite book or series. Creations can be brought to the library

Paso Robles High School celebrates homecoming

Modified: Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015
Paso Robles High School celebrated Homecoming Friday, Sept. 25 with a 52-21 Bearcat win over the Nordhoff Rangers and a "Light up the Night" Homecoming theme.
The Homecoming Court, top row from left: Freshman Princess Brooke Milder, Sophomore Princess Amiah Collins, Senior Attendant Chloe Kerns, Queen Ashley Davis, Senior Attendant Gabby Hamamoto, Football Princess Maureen Pushea and Junior Princess

PRYAF hires new Director of Development

Modified: Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015
The Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation announced the hiring of Emily Jagger as its new Director of Development.
Jagger will be responsible for raising awareness, community outreach, donor solicitation, fundraising and grant writing. She will also serve as the ambassador of communications for the organization while reporting to the Executive Director.
"I have a passion for the

Jack Creek Farms has deep roots in Paso

Posted: Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015
Jack Creek Farms, one of the only pumpkin patch in the area fifty years ago, is now among many pumpkin, you-pick farms that offer fall festivities and local organic merchandise, but the little farm off Hwy 46 remains one with a deep rooted, Paso Robles history.
The fifth-generation farm, started by Miles Barlagio in the 1960s, is now run by

Second Annual Paso’s Pink Moto Ride to benefit Cancer Support Community

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 30th, 2015
PASO ROBLES -- The Second Annual Paso's Pink Moto Ride, coming to town Saturday, Oct. 3, is no ordinary ride. This "Bay to Barrel" event is organized with the intent to raise funds and awareness for The Cancer Support Community California Central Coast and if last year's highly-successful inaugural event is any indication, the 2015 Pink Moto Ride promises a

Firestone Walker Earns Top Honors at Great American Beer Festival

Posted: Monday, Sep 28th, 2015
The Central Coast has reason to celebrate as hometown Firestone Walker Brewing Company has captured the title of "Mid-Size Brewing Company" and "Brewer of The Year" at the Great American Beer Festival® for an unprecedented fourth time in 10 years.
"Matt ‘Brewmaster' Brynildson and his band of brothers and sisters on the brewing team are writing history," David Walker,

Danner convicted for murder and use of a firearm

Posted: Monday, Sep 28th, 2015
San Luis Obispo -- A San Luis Obispo County Jury found John Danner guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting and killing of his mother's boyfriend, Billy Don Law. The jury gave their verdict Monday, Sept. 28 after three days of deliberation.
Danner, 23, was charged with the death of Law, 47, on February 7, at their joint residence

Yanaga convicted of murder in fatal shooting

Posted: Friday, Sep 25th, 2015
Thomas Yanaga was convicted of second-degree murder Friday in the shooting death of Marshall Savoy.
Yanaga, 53, was accused of shooting and killing Savoy, 32, in the driveway of his Paso Robles home in March and Yanaga's attorney argued he had acted in self-defense.
The jury did not buy the self-defense argument and found Yanaga guilty on a charge of

Savor the Central Coast kicks off with Adventure Tours, Strings at Sunset

Posted: Friday, Sep 25th, 2015
Sunset Magazine's Savor the Central Coast event kicked off Thursday with a few Adventure Tours early in the day and the opening night Strings at Sunset at Vina Robles Ampitheatre in Paso Robles.
Thursday's Savor Adventure Tours included Indulge in Ocean Rose Abalone on the Cliffs of Cayucos, Hearst's Enchanted History in San Simeon, Roam with the Clydesdales at Covell

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