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Near-record heat in North County won't last long

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
THE NORTH COUNTY -- Temperatures in the North County are expected to break the 100-degree mark, nearing the record of 105 degrees set in 2009, but the high temperatures won't last long with season temperatures expected to return by the weekend.
According to PG&E meteorologist John Lindsey Santa Lucia winds on the surface will combine with a ridge of high

Highway 101 on-ramps in Atascadero to close this week

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
ATASCADERO -- The northbound on-ramp to Highway 101 from State Route 41 in Atascadero will be closed Monday, Sept. 26 through Friday, Sept. 30 from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Motorists will detour to the northbound Highway 101 on-ramp at Curbaril Avenue.
In addition, the northbound on-ramp to Highway 101 at Traffic Way will be closed Monday, Sept. 26 through

Paso Robles man arrested after fleeing from police

Posted: Monday, Sep 26th, 2016
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Two men, including one from Paso Robles, were arrested Saturday, Sept. 24, after being pulled over and feeling from a Sheriff's deputy.
The deputy made a traffic stop at approximately 11:50 a.m. Saturday at southbound Highway 101 at TV Tower Road.
Two male suspects fled the vehicle on foot as the deputy attempted to make

Pirates gather for first-ever Pillaging Buccaneers Pirate Festival

Posted: Friday, Sep 23rd, 2016
Dozens of pirates from all over Southern California converged on Atascadero this past weekend for the first-ever Pillaging Buccaneers Pirate Festival at the Viking Event Center.
Though attendance was sparse at the inaugural event, organizer Kurt Ourston said that he's already working to make next year's event bigger and better, including plans to build a large pirate ship structure.

Grenda Ernst named 2016 Colony Days Grand Marshal

Posted: Friday, Sep 23rd, 2016
ATASCADERO -- Longtime Atascadero Library advocate Grenda Ernst has been named the Grand Marshal of the 2016 Colony Days Parade.
Ernst said that she was completely astounded when she got the news that she'd been named Grand Marshal.
"I was just amazingly surprised," she said.
Ernst moved to Atascadero with her husband Bill in 1972 from Baywood

Colony Days Royalty: Frank Sanchez, Judy Harris named King & Queen

Posted: Friday, Sep 23rd, 2016
ATASCADERO -- It was announced today that Atascadero realtor, dancer and director Frank Sanchez has been named the 2016 Colony Days King and his longtime collaborator and local musical director and piano teacher Judy Harris is the 2016 Colony Days Queen.
"It was a big surprise and I'm very honored," Sanchez said about learning that he'd been named Colony Days

City seeks team leaders for creek and river cleanup

Modified: Tuesday, Sep 20th, 2016
Volunteers and Team Leaders Needed for the Annual Atascadero Creek and Salinas River Cleanup Day
Volunteers are being sought to participate in the annual cleaning of Atascadero Creek and sections of the Salinas River on Saturday, September 24, 2016. These waterways are the primary source of recharge for our groundwater aquifers, and keeping them healthy and free of pollution

Capturing the spirit of Downtown Atascadero: Kelly Clark to show Atascadero-inspired art beginning Sept. 24

Posted: Friday, Sep 16th, 2016
In a small, garage/laundry room at a home on Santa Lucia Road, across from Atascadero High School, local artist Kelly Clark has been hard at work for the past month or so creating 15 1-foot by 1-foot oil paintings depicting scenes of downtown Atascadero, mostly in the early morning or late evening when he says "you get nice angles and

Atascadero News, Paso Robles Press welcome new editor

Posted: Friday, Sep 16th, 2016
ATASCADERO -- The Atascadero News and Paso Robles Press are entering a new era as Editor Brian Williams moves away and new Editor Ryan Cronk takes the editorial helm.
Williams announced his departure last month after serving as the editor of both papers for more than three years. He and his family are relocating to Porterville where he has accepted

Council OKs F-14 street projects; bids higher than expected

Posted: Friday, Sep 16th, 2016
ATASCADERO -- The City of Atascadero will be paying more than expected for upcoming street improvement projects funded through a half-cent sales tax measure passed by voters in 2014.
According to a recent staff report issued by the city public works department, the engineering estimates were based on recently constructed projects and the city is not sure why bids

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