Pacific Business Times
Dubroff: The role of a 21st Century chamber is economic development
Zoe Taylor had literally packed her bags the night before in Paso Robles when I caught up with her on her way home to Ventura.
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Five Top Outdoor Amphitheaters in the West
Road Journals-Summer-into-fall is the season to get outdoors, and not just for camping, picnics, and hikes.
The Brew Site
Harvester Brewing must change its name
Portland's award-winning, all-gluten-free brewery, Harvester Brewing , is changing its name to avoid legal issues raised over the name "Harvester" from a California winery, Hope Family Wines.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Kenny Loggins to play double duty at Paso Robles concert
Along with a full set of his greatest hits, Loggins will do an opening set with Blue Sky Riders, the country rock trio he's been working with since 2011.
Request to move Paso Robles card room denied; operators blame Adam Firestone
After receiving unanimous approval from the Paso Robles Planning Commission to allow his card room to move to a larger, more prominent location just off Highway 101, Rob Ezzell was confident that the City Council would back up its advisory board's recommendation.
Tobin James among local vintners, growers honored by wine groups
Tobin James and husband-and-wife team Lance and Claire Silver have been chosen as Wine Industry Persons of the Year.
Animals get social at SLOs pet events
Velcro, an 8-year-old border collie mix from Pismo Beach, dries off at Parks-4-Pups' annual Dog Splash Days at the Templeton Community Pool.
New Times SLO
Paso water district bill loses key support
The two groups that birthed the idea of a water district to manage the ailing Paso Robles groundwater basin have pulled their support for a key bill, kicking further advocacy of the process over to the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors.
New Times SLO
Over a double barrel of ale
I don't know who wrote the national anthem, and I don't really care. I figure that, whoever they are, they're dead now and therefore incapable of carrying their fair share of a conversation about last week's episode of Orange is the New Black or that funny thing George Takei just posted to Facebook.
For Robbins Family Farm, success is ripe for the picking
Robbins Family Farm in Arroyo Grande produces olive oils, on the left, and imports balsamic vinegars, on the right, from Italy.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Solarize SLO County can help homeowners install solar electric systems
For the second year in a row, two nonprofits have teamed up to offer a group purchasing program for homeowners interested in installing residential solar electric systems.
Harvester Brewing takes the high road, needs new name
They're probably right in not lawyering up for battle, but it's an unfortunate situation for a fine brewery: I'll do my part & submit a name or two Here's the press release the Harvester folks just sent...it's too bad to think of the disruption this will cause, not to mention the cost of throwing away perfectly good labels and all the rest, or the ... (more)
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Man gets 10 years in prison for North County carjacking, robbery
Martin Gabriel Olmos , 32, of King City was arrested Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, on suspicion of carjacking, robbery and a probation violation.
San Francisco Magazine
West Coast Wineries Concerned About .Wine Domain Names
If there's one thing that California's wineries hate, it's squatters. No, not people living in the vineyards - they can always put them to work picking grapes.
Two key groups drop their support for Paso Robles groundwater district bill
Two North County water groups that proposed forming a management district for the Paso Robles groundwater basin announced Monday they are withdrawing their support for a bill in the state Legislature that would help create the district.
Mandatory evacuations ordered for Interlake Fire near Lake Nacimiento
CalFire ordered mandatory evacuations at 5 p.m. Monday in response to a wildfire burning between Lake Nacimiento and Lake San Antonio along Interlake Road.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Two arrested on drug charges in Paso Robles
Angelica Erminia Aguilar , 38, of Paso Robles was arrested Saturday, July 5, 2014, on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance.
3 people hospitalized after multi-car crash in Paso Robles
Three motorists sustained injuries ranging from moderate to life-threatening Monday afternoon after a multi-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 46 East and Golden Hill Road in Paso Robles.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Beer Man: Rich, complex Stickee Monkee will delight
Beer Man is a weekly profile of beers from across the country and around the world.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Cuesta College board eyes $343 million bond measure to fund repairs
Terry Reece, director of facility services, planning and capital projects points out the problems with the roof on top of the women's P.E. building at Cuesta College.