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Death notices for June 16-18

Alicia Bradbeer, age 64, of Paso Robles, California passed away on Thursday, June 16, 2022. Jay William Zink, age 94, of Paso Robles, California passed away on Saturday, June 18, 2022. The Paso Robles Daily News accepts and publishes local obituaries and death notices free of charge from individuals and...

Local students represent California at national Skills USA conference

Malia Gaviola awarded first in the nation, gold medal, in job interview. – Four Paso Robles High School students represented the state of California and Paso Robles at this annual SkillsUSA leadership conference. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of students senior Malia Gaviola (job interview), senior Bricen Chitty (telecommunications cabling), junior Jess Conover (marine service), and junior Junior Victoriano (customer service) PRHS demonstrated their excellence in career readiness.

Atascadero theatre planning a second act, reopening in early July

Atascadero’s only movie theatre complex temperately closed this week as it readies for a second act, which includes reopening in early July. During the pandemic, the owners of the Galaxy Theatre stopped paying their rent and the owner of the property began having trouble meeting loan payments. After failing to make an agreement with Jeff Nelson, the owner of Colony Square, Galaxy Theatre’s owners elected to leave on June 23, shortly before their lease expired.

Community turns out for first-ever Paso Pride event

‘We want to create a space where we can all get together and have fun’ says organizer. – Downtown City Park was the Friday evening scene for the first Paso Pride event. Organized by the group, Little Gay Paso, families and friends turned out to celebrate with music, chalk art, rainbow ice cream floats, and cookies.

Standoff leads to capture of mentally ill man in crisis

San Luis Obispo police officers evacuated residents from apartments on Thursday while in a standoff with a reportedly mentally ill person. Officers responded to an apartment in the 1700 block of Bishop Street in response to a call regarding a person in crisis. Police evacuated adjacent apartments, though there were no threats to areas surrounding the complex, police said.
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Once sleepy Paso Robles coming into its own as world-class tourism destination

Paso Robles used to be a place travelers from the valley passed through to get to the blue waters and sandy beaches of the Central Coast. Now Paso, situated miles inland from the shoreline, has become a destination in its own right. The tourism industry here is virtually exploding with growth and investment, as increasing numbers of restaurants, wine-tasting rooms, craft beer and wine bars, and even a craft distillery trail compete for a growing tourism market.

Go to Paso Robles for the Wine, But Don’t Miss Its Other Charms

If you use Google Maps, Paso Robles is located exactly halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco (205 miles up or down, as the car drives), making this central coast town the ideal stop for Californians seeking a relaxing weekend getaway. And with nearby San Luis Obispo serving flights from around the country, it’s a reasonable stop for out-of-staters, too.

SLO police searching for alleged credit card thieves

The San Luis Obispo Police Department is asking the public for help with identifying two individuals who allegedly used stolen credit cards at Target last week. Investigators are circulating surveillance images of the suspects walking into Target on June 18.The men then used the stolen cards to purchase items from the store.

3.3 Earthquake felt from Coalinga to SLO

Parkfield, Calif — The earthquake hit at 2:05 A.M. Friday morning a couple miles outside of Parkfield, California. Parkfield is known as the most seismic area in the world as it sits on the San Andreas fault line. There were no damage reports.

Death investigation underway after body washes ashore

Body appears to be a white male with numerous tattoos, according to authorities. – The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office this week released information about a body washing ashore in South County. On Jan 13, the body of an unidentified adult male washed up on the shore near South Dolliver Street in Pismo Beach. The body had been in the water for an extended period of time. There were no obvious signs to indicate the death was criminal in nature.