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High-speed chase ends in crash; 3 arrested, 1 still at large after foot pursuit

Posted: Friday, Oct 14th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- Two young adults and one minor were apprehended Thursday afternoon following a high-speed chase from San Miguel to Paso Robles that ended in a car crash and foot pursuit, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office. A fourth suspect is still at large.
The Oct. 13 incident began after the Sheriff's Office received information from


Posted: Friday, Oct 14th, 2016
Best Depiction of Theme:
• "Harvest Moon Over Paso": Entry #74, Parkfield 4-H winning a $200 prize.
Most Patriotic:
• Entry #76, California Historical Artillery Society.
Sweepstakes Award:
• Entry #93, Almond Acres
Judges Award:
• Entry #76, California Historical Artillery Society
Marshal's Award:
• Entry #99, Daniels Woodland
Queen's Award:
• Entry #52, Liberty Belles

PC reviews four-hotel project Development stalled for further review, traffic mitigation

Posted: Friday, Oct 14th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- After an hour and a half reviewing the four phase, four hotel, Destino Paso Report proposal Tuesday, the Paso Robles Planning Commission voted unanimously to review the project further due to traffic issues at Highway 46 East and Airport Road, where the buildout is proposed.
Paso Robles City Planner Susan DeCarli made the presentation to Commissioners Shannon

Isaac Lindsey’s mother files suit against TUSD

Posted: Friday, Oct 14th, 2016
TEMPLETON -- Jennifer Lindsey, mother of Templeton High School football player #32 Isaac Lindsey, filed a lawsuit Friday, Oct. 7, with the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court listing both the Templeton Unified School District (TUSD) and Riddell All-American Sports Corp. as the defendants.
Both TUSD and Riddell are being sued for undetermined damages, after Isaac suffered a traumatic brain

Planning Commission rejects Phillips 66 rail spur project

Posted: Friday, Oct 14th, 2016
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY -- The San Luis Obispo Planning Commission voted 3-2 to deny the Santa Maria Oil Refinery (SMR) rail spur extension project Oct. 5 in its final hearing.
Phillips 66, owner of SMR, has a two-week window to file an appeal that will end Oct. 19 at 5 p.m. If an
appeal is filed, the next step

Celebrating the harvest Pinoneer Day Parade returns for 86th year

Posted: Friday, Oct 7th, 2016
Keeping tradition is important to Paso Robles, and the 86th annual Pioneer Day Parade on Saturday, Oct. 8, provides an outlet for the community to share and remember more than 125 years of history.
Paso Roblans, both old and new, make a point to congregate back home on the second weekend in October and celebrate the town's history and its

Twin Cities nurses file lawsuit Claims of widespread labor law violations fuel action

Posted: Friday, Oct 7th, 2016
NORTH COUNTY -- After six years of minor lawsuits, 53 nurses from Twin Cities Community Hospital came together this week to file claims against the hospital for widespread violations of California labor laws.
Lauren Teukolsky of Baltodano and Baltodano LLP, the attorney for the nurses, explained that an earlier lawsuit filed by nine nurses in March 2015 claimed that Twin

Pioneer Day of the past Chair Tom Madden shares memories and Pioneer pride

Posted: Friday, Oct 7th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- Pioneer Day chairman Tom Madden has done Paso Robles proud as the annual event begins Saturday, Oct. 8, without a hitch in the spokes.
Now in its 86th year, Pioneer Day boasts more than 100 parade entries, rolling stock as far as the eye can see and a down-home community day of fun -- all in true

TAAG placed new delegates Sept. 8

Posted: Friday, Oct 7th, 2016
TEMPLETON -- The Templeton Area Advisory Group selected Tom Burgett and Frank Scotti to serve as replacement delegates on TAAG and voted Alice Griselle in as chairwoman and Bob Bejarano as interim secretary for the board during a special meeting Sept. 8.
The action of holding a special meeting was the direct result of the abrupt resignation of Chairman William

Paso AirFest Airport Appreciation Day offered free plane rides, aircraft on display

Posted: Friday, Oct 7th, 2016
PASO ROBLES -- The first Paso Robles AirFest Airport Appreciation Day was a hit at the Paso Robles Municipal Airport last Saturday, Oct. 1.
The day began with a 5K down the runway, offering patrons a once-in-a-lifetime chance to actually run where planes land and take flight. Ken Parkhust and his son Kenichi ran together down the runway and said

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