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Singing Hands choir to audition for America’s Got Talent

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- The children of the local American Sign Language choir group, Singing Hands, are hard at work preparing for yet another performance. The choir has already performed over 500 times all over California since it's inception 11 years ago, but this time, it's for America's Got Talent producers, for a shot to appear on national T.V.
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Council approves addition of new vintage bicycle festival

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- On Tuesday night, the City Council approved the addition of a new vintage bicycle festival. L'Eroica, which means Hero in Italian, hails from Tuscany. The Tuscan event has four different routes to choose from, from 38- 209 km (23.6-129.8 miles) and hosts all skill levels of participants.
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New Mayor Steve Martin wants to focus on water management, economic diversification, restoring city services

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- On the first day of Mayor Steve Martin's term, it started raining. "I take this as a good omen," Martin said. "During the campaign, I said that, ‘as long as we get some rain we are going to be fine, and, well, it's raining!"
One of the focuses of Martin's term will be conserving that ever-so-precious resource
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Local business owner’s, ‘Save the Bees’ project

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- Martha Van Inwegen, of Therabee, runs a raw honey company that distributes their artisan honey and honey-infused products in over 30 retail locations around the Central Coast. They run a, "save the bees" project, where they rescue local hives and swarms and place them on the Zoo to You ranch in Paso Robles.
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Linda Chimenti, the, ‘Paint Goddess’

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- Linda Chimenti is not your average painter. She is the self-named, "Paint Goddess," of the North County. Combining traditional house painting with the ancient, spiritual practices of feng shui, Chimenti creates beautiful spaces with improved energy flow, helping her clients feel refreshed, renewed, and at peace.
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Vine Street Showcase brings Christmas Cheer

Modified: Monday, Dec 15th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- The Vine Street Victorian Holiday Showcase returned again this year to usher in the holiday season here in Paso Robles. Thousands of community members showed up to partake in free goodies such as cookies and hot chocolate, and watch local performers entertain.
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Community helps families

Posted: Monday, Dec 15th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- This Saturday was the annual day of giving for the Toybank of Greater Paso Robles, who once again partnered with the Salvation Army and Coats for Kids to provide hundreds of community-members-in-need with toys, arts and crafts supplies, bikes, meal cards and winter jackets.Spirits were bright as volunteers ran about, escorting those in need around tables and racks
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Schools ready for Common Core testing

Posted: Monday, Dec 15th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- New state standards have been imposed on all school systems in California, and this year, Paso Students will be tested for the first time. Common Core standards are designed to set a clear set of goals for each grade, and then, at the end of the year, test the students' comprehension of these skills.
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'Fight Club' for veterans

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
SAN MIGUEL-- Serviceman Chad Robichaux started The Mighty Oaks Foundation at SkyRose Ranch about four and a half years ago. Billionaire Wayne Hughes created the facility on his sprawling 20,000-acre ranch to serve as a part of his foundation, ‘Serving California.'
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Kayla Peach Memorial Fund 'Soldiers on'

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- The Kayla Peach Memorial Foundation's mission is to raise awareness about drug and alcohol addiction. The local organization, founded by Kayla's mother Donna Kelley, has recently enlisted the help of Leo Castillo, Sergeant First Class in the Army National Guard.
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PRJUSD finances trending surplus

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- At Tuesday's school board meeting, Interim CFO Sandra Lee Lepley presented an interim financial report that foresees a surplus for the first time in years. They also dismissed a proposal to have invocations prior to future meetings. The board said their farewells to outgoing members Katy Griffin and Jay Packer, and swore in new members Kathleen Hall, Timothy
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Country Florist celebrates 30 years

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014

PASO ROBLES-- Kay McClain, the owner of Country Florist, always knew that she wanted a career as a florist, "I started in High School, when I was 17. I learned about it in FFA. From that point on I knew that I wanted to open my own shop." Today McClain successfully runs that dream shop, Country Florist, which will
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City welcomes new park

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- "When we said we were going to build a new park, we knew that we didn't want another boring, primary color park, we wanted something cutting edge," Julie Dahlen, the Director of Library and Recreation services for Paso Robles said of the new Uptown Family Park.
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Georgia Brown elementary wins 'Green' award

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- Georgia Brown elementary school is being recognized as one of the US Green Building Council California Central Coast Chapter (C4) Green Award winners. The school is being rewarded because of their recent efforts in waste reduction through their recycling and composting programs. Ellaina Keller, the Principal of Brown Elementary, said that the school has, "reduced the amount
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City Council extends scope of Union Road project

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014

PASO ROBLES-- Talks continued at the Dec 2 city council meeting concerning the ongoing road improvements that are happening citywide. The council unanimously approved a motion to extend the Union Road project from Montebello Oaks to Prospect Avenue, approximately 800 feet further than originally proposed.
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Janet Hop enjoys the freedom that selling for Nussentials brings

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
PASO ROBLES-- Janet Hop began selling Nussential products "About 3 years ago," and has loved both the way that Nussential products make her feel, and the freedom that being her own boss gives her.
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