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Water district booster buying land for Harvard U.

By DANIEL BLACKBURN An outspoken proponent of a plan for an acreage-dominated Paso Robles water district has quietly been directing investments in large San Luis Obispo County parcels of plantable land, paying top dollar and using funds provided by Harvard... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo Paso Robles on the top 10 best city list

San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles were listed as the eighth best city for well-being out of 189 cities or pairs of cities, according to a Gallup poll released Tuesday. The 2013 rankings are based on more than 500,000 interviews... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles announces $125,000 ticket quota settlement

A day after signing a non-disclosure agreement, Paso Robles city officials disclosed they had settled a traffic ticket quota lawsuit filed by a former employee for $125,000. Total costs to the city exceed $160,000. In addition to the $125,000 settlement,... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles woman heading to trial for murder

A San Luis Obispo judge has ruled that enough evidence exists to bring a Paso Robles woman to trial for the murder of her ex-boyfriend. [Tribune] Maria del Carmen Granados Fajardo, 50, is accused of paying several people a total... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles man accused of murder

A Paso Robles gang member accused of murdering a man in Greenfield remained in a Monterey County jail while law enforcement officers searched his Heritage Ranch home on Thursday. On Feb. 23, an officer responding to reports of a disturbance... (Continue reading)

Settlement stunner ends ticket quota trial

By DANIEL BLACKBURN A settlement reached during the noon hour Thursday abruptly ended a civil trial pitting a former Paso Robles police officer against his one-time employer for allegedly ordering unlawful traffic ticket quotas as part of a relentless quest... (Continue reading)

Jury picked for ticket quota trial

By DANIEL BLACKBURN A jury of nine women and three men will determine if Paso Robles city and police officials established an illegal traffic ticket quota in 2010, and then retaliated against one officer who objected to the alleged policy.... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles bank robber sentenced to 5.5 years

A Paso Robles man was sentenced Tuesday to five and a half years in prison for robbing a Cambria bank last year. Bruce Franklin Valentine, 70, a former Santa Barbara County Sheriff deputy, plead guilty to robbing a Rabobank in... (Continue reading)

Bodies of Central Coast car crash victims identified

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has identified the two men who died in car crash in Paso Robles Wednesday afternoon as 26-year-old Jeremy Nathaniel Martin and 24-year-old Christopher Michael Medina. Martin resided in Grover Beach, and Medina lived... (Continue reading)

3 dead in Central Coast car crashes

Three people were killed in two of the multiple auto collisions that occurred on Wednesday during the afternoon rain. Shortly before 3 p.m., a 31-year-old Nipomo man was killed in a head on collision on Highway 154 in Santa Barbara... (Continue reading)

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