Death notices for March 12-27
Eveline Vanlingen, of Atascadero, California passed away on Sunday, March 26. In the care of Chapel of the Roses & Chapel of the Roses Cemetery. Thor William Waldo, age 59, of Atascadero, California passed away on Monday, March 27. In the care of Chapel of the Roses & Chapel of the Roses Cemetery.
Eight Pickleball Players Honored for Saving Life of One of their Own
ATASCADERO — Eight heroes were given a commendation by Chief Casey Bryson and Atascadero Fire at the City Council meeting that took place on Tuesday, March 28, for helping save one of their fellow pickleball players’ lives back in September. Atascadero High School’s (AHS) photography teacher, David Pascolla,...
Paso Robles Police arrest reports for March 19-26
Galarza, Julio Cesar, 28, Paso Robles, was arrested on March 19, 2023, at 11:50 p.m. at 1319 Spring St on charges of bench warrant/failure to appear (978.5 PC). Myers, Stephan Jesus Taylor, 25, of Paso Robles, was arrested on March 19, 2023, at 12:12 a.m. at 1319 Spring St on charges of vandalism: damage to property (594(A)(2) PC).
Kenney Enney advocates for parental rights, school choice, and charter schools
– At last week’s PRJUSD Candidate Forum between Mrs. Angela Hollander and Mr. Kenney Enney, the question was asked “Do you support parental decisions in school choice?” Based on the answer Mrs. Hollander gave, she does not. Does she understand what “school choice” means? Mrs. Hollander said, “the purpose of public schools is to protect public education.” Wrong, Mrs. Hollander.
Sound Off – Thu 03/30/2023 – Lisa Majors
Dick Mason from KPRL News hosts “Sound Off” every Wednesday and Thursday. 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...
North County Weather 03.30.2023
Today, cloudiness early with a little sunshine this afternoon. Highs near 58 with NNW winds 5-10 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy, lows near 36, light variable winds. Tomorrow, mostly sunny, highs near 63 with NW winds 5-10 mph. The extended forecast, mostly sunny skies through the weekend and continuing through next...
Weather and Roads 03.30.2023
March is going out like a lion in the north county. At least that’s how it looked yesterday. Wind and rain in many areas. Paso Robles received some steady rain early this morning between 1 and three. High winds and steady rain in Atascadero, but highway 41 remains open.
Students to Receive Free Transportation to District Schools
PASO ROBLES — Paso Robles High School (PRHS) will begin searching for a new principal as it was announced at the Tuesday Board of Trustees meeting that Anthony Overton will be taking a position as the director of secondary curriculum instruction. Overton has been with the Paso Robles Joint...
Cambria resident appointed medical director of Coalinga State Hospital
– Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced a new appointment. Jeffrey Billett, of Cambria, was recently appointed medical director of Coalinga State Hospital at the Department of State Hospitals. Billett has been a psychiatrist for the Clinical Operations Advisory Council at the Department of State Hospitals, Clinical Operations since 2019....
April Issue of Paso Robles Press Magazine in Your Mailbox on Friday, March 31
We are proud to announce another issue of Paso Robles Press Magazine for our loyal fans and new readers. Our team put together another great issue, and we hope you enjoy it!. In this issue, we highlight Celebrating Spring and all the Beauty it Brings with…. The Wildflowers and this...
North County Weather 03.29.2023
Today, showers this morning becoming a steady rain this afternoon. Highs near 52, SW winds 10-20 mph. Tonight, cloudy, periods of rain early. Lows near 40 southerly winds 5-10 miles per hour. Tomorrow, mostly sunny, highs near 59, NW winds 5-10 mph. The extended forecast, mostly sunny skies Friday through...
City Council Approves Barrel Creek Project
Eight members of the Atascadero Pickleball Club honored with a commendation by Atascadero Fire Chief Casey Bryson. ATASCADERO—The Atascadero City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, March 28, at 6 p.m. The hybrid meeting was held in the City Council Chambers. At the last meeting on...
Richard Woodland to speak at Warbirds Museum dinner presentation
Woodland’s race car collection became part of the museum’s exhibits in 2009. – Race car legend Richard Woodland will speak at the Estrella Warbirds Museum’s monthly dinner on April 5. Woodland will share his story of growing up in the Paso Robles area, how he got involved in automotive racing after serving in the U.S. Army in Germany, and how his racing enterprise grew from a single racecar to sponsoring races and a museum-quality car collection.
Bus Transportation 03.30.2023
Bus transportation in the Paso Robles school district. Since they started charging students to ride the bus, fewer kids ride the bus to school. Maybe it’s not coincidental, attendance and test scores are also down. At Tuesday’s Paso Robles school meeting, trustee Dorian Baker brought up the subject.
3 arrested in connection to shooting at a Coalinga park
COALINGA, Calif. — Three men are behind bars in connection to a shooting in Coalinga earlier this year. The Coalinga Police Department in partnership with other law enforcement agencies served a search warrant at six different locations. [REALTED] Murder suspect dead following exchange of gunfire with SWAT in Madera...
Georgia Brown Principal Named Woman of the Year
PASO ROBLES — Georgia Brown Elementary School Principal Celia Moses was recently recognized by Senator John Laird in Sacramento on March 20 as the “California Senate District 17 Woman Making Herstory,” also known as “Woman of the Year.”. Laird, who visited Georgia Brown last year, was...
Bearcats Boys Volleyball Inspired by Trip to See The Big Boys Play
PASO ROBLES — This March, the Paso Robles High Bearcats boys volleyball team was given an opportunity to watch an NCAA Division I game in Santa Barbara. Prior to their own match against Laguna Blanca and St. Bonaventure on Saturday, March 4, the team was invited to watch the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) Gauchos men’s volleyball team play the UC San Diego (UCSD) Tritons.
Crumbl Cookies opening second Central Coast location
Signs are up for Crumbl Cookies at 2307 Theater Drive., Spc. H6 next to See’s Candy in the Target shopping center.
Letters to the editor in regard to school board election
– I’m writing this letter in support of Kenney Enney. When I first moved to California from the East Coast back in the ’70s, California was known for its premier schools. Now it has dropped into the low 40s compared to the rest of the states (you can Google this). I have two children who graduated from Paso High School quite a few years ago and I must say if they were still in school today I would have them either in a charter school or a private school. It is simply unacceptable to have the low test scores in proficiency for math and English that the graduating classes have now!
Rainfall season total reaches 28.71 inches
– Paso Robles measured an additional .35-inches of rain in the past 24 hours, bringing the season total to 28.71 inches. Partly cloudy skies are expected to give way to sunnier days this week, according to Weather Underground, with only a slight chance of additional rainfall. The city measured .72-inches of rain this morning, bringing the seasonal rainfall total to 28.36 inches.
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