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Attendance up at this year's Mid-State Fair, report shows
The California Mid-State Fair saw steady gains in attendance and concert revenue this summer over last, something fair organizers attribute to cooler weather and concert ticket sales that began earlier than in previous years.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Developer of Paso Robles hotel project counter-sues city
A rendering illustrates the proposed look for the so-called ‘hillside hotel’ that is planned for phase II of Paso Robles Gateway project.
Cayucos school district has a new superintendent
The new superintendent of the Cayucos Elementary School District made a point of learning the names of each of the 622 students at the last school where she worked in Santa Barbara.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Fishing Report: Meeks enjoys big Nacimiento catch
A fish caught at dusk in a night bass tournament prompted expansive thoughts by a veteran angler who hadn't been at Nacimiento Lake in more than two months.
Steve Miller Band, Journey get the crowd on its feet at the Mid-State Fair
As part of The Tribune’s coverage of the 2014 California Mid-State Fair, we’re publishing a series of concert reviews.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Remake West Mall
While I’m glad that Grigger Jones called Lon Allan out for saying that “Atascadero is bad for business” , I disagree with Mr. Jones’ statement that our city “presents a unique opportunity to attract business.” I strongly urge Mr. Jones and Mr. Allan, and anyone else who might help, to put their heads together and urge ... (more)
Demand local control of our groundwater
Paso Robles Agricultural Alliance for Groundwater Solutions would like to compliment The Tribune and David Sneed for your efforts to keep the public informed about the important water issues in the North County.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Man accused of hate crime in Paso Robles assault
A 25-year-old man stands accused of a hate crime after an alleged assault on a Paso Robles couple outside the California Mid-State Fair last week.
Cal Coast News
SLO County policy changes under fire
San Luis Obispo County planners are attempting to strengthen a highly contested section of the county general plan that allows officials to restrict private land and water use in times of drought and other resource shortages.
Atascadero artist to create stacked stone sculptures at Canadian festival
A look of quiet concentration on her face, balance artist Kathy Clarke scans the Shell Beach shore for the right rock.
The Salinas Californian
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Some winemakers insist on making SB in a style that puts them into the wishywashy, what the heck is this swill anyway category.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
San Francisco Wine School: Week 7 San Luis Obispo County
Since the midsection of California is so big in regard to its wine country, it has taken three weeks just to get to the southern end of it.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
State could step in to manage Paso Robles groundwater basin
Like someone warning of the Sword of Damocles hanging over their heads, Supervisor Frank Mecham has repeatedly told residents of the Paso Robles groundwater basin that they need to find consensus on how to manage the basin before state water officials lose patience and take control.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Paso Robles' winemaking potential is uncorked
Tasting room employee Mika McGee on the patio at the Halter Ranch Vineyard, the meticulously restored historic horse ranch and working farm near Paso Robles.
Paso Robles: Outstanding food scene for a small town
Patrons enjoy live music on the weekends while sipping wine and snacking on the outdoor patio of the Pony Club Bar in the Hotel Cheval in Paso Robles.
Reap rewards from a thriving farm culture near Paso Robles
Kiler Ridge Olive Farm, top right, serves five extra virgin olive oils, above, in its tasting room and also sells olive balms and soaps.
Finalists for Paso Robles schools superintendent post are announced
The Paso Robles school board announced the four finalists for the vacant superintendent position Friday morning.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Kane Co. Chronicle
Uncorked: Winemaker builds white wine brand in red territory
Whether it be the usage of cement eggs, terra cotta pots or 500-liter Hungarian oak barrels for fermentation, Yount has continued to evolve.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Dry farming is a good option for many gardens
Q: I have heard about dry farming crops in agriculture. Could I save water in my garden with the same method? — Susan, Paso Robles A: Dry farming is a technique that has been used for thousands of years in the Mediterranean regions for farming olives, grapes and grains.
Cal Coast News
Paso Robles man arrested for child molestation
The juvenile victim came to the police department around 6:45 p.m. Monday to report that an acquaintance of his had molested him.