• PRJUSD begins registration for upcoming year

    PRJUSD will be hosting an informational meeting for all parents of incoming kindergarten, transitional kindergarten, and preschool students. This meeting is for parents of students who will be turning five years old on or before December 2, 2018. The meeting will be held at Paso Robles High School at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, February 6, in English and Thursday, February 7, in Spanish.

  • Victorian Teddy Bear Tea

    Children bring their favorite teddy bears — often in spectacular costumes—to the Teddy Bear Tea, which will take place at the Paso Robles Park Ballroom, 1232 Park St., from 2 to 4 p.m.

  • Horse Park opens gates to evacuees

    “Opening our gates to our neighbors in Southern California is the least we can do in this time of devastation,” said Amanda Diefenderfer, Park Director. “No matter the saddle in which you find your seat, it is the unique spirit of horses that brings us together; we are happy to help in any way possible.”

  • Santa's Sleigh is coming to town!

    Santa and his merry band of police officers and firefighters will be visiting the community on December 14th and 19th.

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Face-to-face: ‘Portal’ brings live global interactions to Cuesta College

The latest exhibit at the Cuesta College Harold J. Miossi Gallery will connect participants to individuals around the world in real-time. The global public art initiative “Portals: Connecting the World: A Social Practice Exhibition” is coming to Cuesta College Feb. 22 – March 29. During that time, an inflatable portal, equipped with immersive audio-visual technology, will be located in the gallery, providing face-to-face, live, full-body interactions with individuals in identical portals all over the world. The Cuesta Portal will connect to the countries of Afghanistan, Australia, Germany, Honduras, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Mexico, Palestine, Panama, Rwanda, and more.

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Gypsy Kings coming to Vina Robles Aug. 4

PASO ROBLES — Grammy Award-winning act The Gipsy Kings return to the Vina Robles Amphitheatre on Saturday, Aug. 4, featuring Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo. Joining The Gipsy Kings, is the bands' next generation of sons, invigorating their classic flamenco sound and exuberant vocals. Melding deep-heated flamenco, rumba, salsa and pop to the tune of 20 million albums sold, the hit-makers behind "Bamboléo" continue to celebrate in their very own, blistering tradition.

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to perform at California Mid-State Fair

The California Mid-State Fair announced Friday that country music superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will be performing at the Chumash Grandstand Arena Tuesday, July 24 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is part of the annual Bud Light Concert Series. Ticket prices for the show range from $51 to $156 and will go on sale Friday, Feb. 16. Tickets will be available starting at 10 a.m. online at www.MidStateFair.com or by calling 1-800-909-FAIR (3247), and at 1 p.m. at the California Mid-State Fair box office, located at 2198 Riverside Ave. in Paso Robles.

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Prestigious dancer visits Paso's Class Act

"My line that I always say is: ‘You will have butterflies, but you just learn to get your butterflies in formation.’” –New York City Ballet Master James Sutton

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KIDZ BOP Live 2018 coming to Vina Robles

PASO ROBLES – KIDZ BOP, the No. 1 music brand for kids, is bringing its highly-anticipated “KIDZ BOP Live 2018” tour to Vina Robles Amphitheatre in Paso Robles on July 17. The all-new KIDZ BOP show is the ultimate family concert, sung by kids for kids, and is guaranteed to get everyone singing and dancing along. The show is headlined by The KIDZ BOP Kids, who have been named Billboard Magazine’s “No. 1 Kids’ Artists” for the eighth consecutive year.

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  • Opinion

    Immigration, politics and hope?

    Today’s column is on immigration, its importance to the country, the humanitarian side of it, how it’s being politically exploited, and hope for the future. We are a country of immigrants, from the Mayflower onward, waves coming from every corner of the world, always in search of a better life. Seeking religious freedom, economic improvement, searching for gold, fleeing famine, or fleeing tyrants, these are our citizens. Even forced immigration, i.e. slavery, was a migration. And every group faced challenges when they arrived, and every group made us more diverse, brought greater strength to the nation, and has made us who we are. Immigrants bring economic health to our country, from the labor force that works the less desirable jobs (the farm fields, construction, restaurants, packing houses, maids, et al) to the cream of the intelligent tech workers and students from diverse countries. They pay taxes (and Social Security that most will never see again), buy groceries, rent homes, buy cars, send their children to school, etc. And by being a willing labor source, they allow entrepreneurs with new business ideas to create new jobs and hire workers. Remember, its hard to be a boss if you can’t find any workers.

  • Obituaries

    Lonnie Smith

    Lonnie Smith passed away on August 11, 2017 at Modoc Medical Center, Alturas. He was born on May 8, 1940 in Inglewood to Margaret Nelson and Lonnie (Tex) Smith. Lonnie was raised in Rolling Hills in Southern California, attending grammar schools there, and graduated from El Segundo High School in 1958.

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    Tacos and Trump: Trevor Noah comes to Paso

    The star of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah performed a stand up show on Saturday night from at Vina Robles Amphitheater. It was a perfect, Central Coast summer night. As Noah walked to center stage the last few minutes of daylight danced a

  • Sports

    Paso Robles High School hosts volleyball camp

    Paso Robles High School will host two girls’ volleyball camps starting next week. There are two different sessions, each one running for two days. Each day of camp begins at 9 a.m. and will end at approximately 11 a.m. The first session will run Monday

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Pioneer Day

The annual Paso Robles Pioneer Day Parade rolled down Spring Street and around the downtown city square, featuring tractors, bands, equestrian entries and more.

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