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Paso Robles arrest logs for June 19-26

On June 19, Javier Martinezmateo, 20, of Paso Robles, was arrested near the intersection of Preston Road and S. River Rd. in Paso Robles for driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol percentage of .08 or higher. On June 19, Eduardo Jose Garcia, 20, of Paso Robles,...
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Man injured in collision on Lewis Avenue Bridge in Atascadero

Single-vehicle collision reported early Sunday morning. – A car crash was reported early Sunday morning around 1:30 or 2 a.m. on the Lewis Avenue Bridge in Atascadero. The unidentified motorist reportedly lost control of his Subaru WRX and crashed the car as he traveled north on Lewis Avenue. The man suffered head injuries and a broken nose, and was transported to a local hospital.
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Abortion rights group vandalizes pregnancy support center in Paso Robles

Supporters of a pro-abortion group called Jane’s Revenge allegedly vandalized a pregnancy support center in Paso Robles on Saturday morning, apparently following up on a threat. In response to a leaked Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v Wade, the pro-abortion group emerged onto the online landscape in May. Jane’s...

Paso Robles pregnancy center vandalized

Pregnancy support center believed to be targeted by ‘pro-abortion extremist group’. – Authorities are investigating acts of vandalism at Tree of Life Pregnancy Support Center in Paso Robles, according to multiple reports. Police believe the vandalism occurred sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning. It’s believed that the vandalism...

Crowds pack Atascadero Lake Park for wine festival

Proceeds benefit the zoo, fire department, other beneficiaries. – The 25th Annual Atascadero Wine Festival packed Atascadero Lake Park from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday afternoon and evening. About 1300 people attended the festival. It featured local wine, beer, and distilled cider. The wine festival also included live bands, including Deja Vu, and Erin and the Earthquakes.

Fire burns shed and trees in Atascadero

A fire destroyed a large shed in Atascadero on Saturday afternoon creating plumes of smoke and closing down the railroad for two hours. Shortly after 2 p.m., a caller reported a fire in the area of Miramon and Buena avenues. Firefighter arrived to find a 30 foot by 60 foot shed engulfed in flames. Nearby trees were also ablaze.

Fifth Generation Graduates from Paso Robles High School

PASO ROBLES — Paso Robles High School (PRHS) saw a fifth-generation Bearcat graduate on Friday night, June 10. Jaiden Ralston, who turned 18 on June 28, is the fifth generation in her family to graduate from PRHS. The tradition started with Jaiden’s great-great-grandmother, Zena Hord (Klintworth), who graduated from PRHS in 1932.
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EDC's Former Executive Director Passes Away

The Environmental Defense Center and our community lost a dear friend, champion, and warrior on Friday, our former Executive Director, Owen Bailey. Owen served as EDC’s fearless and compassionate leader for over nine years, and he made an impact on every one of us who had a chance to meet him and work with him. With his relentless passion, determination, and unmatchable ability to tell the story of our work, Owen’s inspiration and direction helped lead our community and develop EDC to be the strong organization we are today. But EDC knew him well before he joined our staff in 2013. We met him when he worked for the Sierra Club as part of the Club’s coastal campaign. We first worked with him on the effort to preserve Hearst Ranch and then in our victorious fight against the BHP Billiton LNG proposal offshore Oxnard. Owen won us over with his passion, eloquence, and inspiration. We worked side by side with him to battle BHP Billiton, as we provided the legal and scientific research, and he translated our work so that the community could understand the threat and feel empowered to stand up to the largest mining company in the world. Together, we persisted and eventually prevailed.

Obituary of Sharon Lee Bennett, 81

Services will include a Rosary, memorial mass, courtyard reception on Aug. 19. – Sharon Lee “Oma” Bennett passed away peacefully May 31, 2022, She was blessed her entire life with the love of God, family, and friends. She has opened her eyes to the brilliant light of Christ.

Sound Off – Mon 06/27/2022 – Debbie Peterson

Dick Mason from KPRL News hosts “Sound Off” every Monday. Dick brings a diverse range of guests to talk about the issues that affect us most. Tune in to the longest running talk show on the Central Coast – now in its sixth decade. Sound Off guest: