Category: Round Town

San Miguel Reflections, September 2018

Then Camp Roberts was built in 1940, it was the second major Army facility in the county; Camp Merriam, (renamed Camp San Luis Obispo in 1940) had been built in 1928. President Theodore Roosevelt formed the USO (United Service...

HoofBeats, September 2018

By Bec Braitling Record breaking heat in July and August has led me to question my predominately outdoor based profession as a horse trainer. Being an adrenaline junkie, some winter sport like Luge sounds really appealing right...

Veterinary Trails, September 2018

CBD for your Pet: Check with your Local Vet for Medical Advice Welcome faithful readers to our next installment of Veterinary Tails. After a summer of foxtails, rattlesnake bites, gunshot wounds, hit by cars, and a flurry of...

Cioppino & Vino Tickets On Sale

The Paso Robles Children’s Museum has announced that tickets are now on sale for their 8th annual fundraiser, Cioppino & Vino. Held Sunday, Oct. 14 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Paso Robles Inn, Cioppino & Vino will...

Boys and Girls Club Preps for the Future

Interim CEO Takes Over, Todd Evenson Named Champion for Youth With the departure of Boys and Girls Club of North SLO County CEO, Kate Morgans, at the end of January, the organization remains in the midst of deciding what to do...

A Bird’s Eye View on County News, July 2018

Unhealthy: Okay, to be blunt, I’m not a fan of the way Las Vegas airport runs its air traffic control (ATC) system. I think they do it a lot better in Norcal and Socal. As a corporate pilot, I get out to sin city fairly often...

Borrowed & Bleu, July 2018

‘Tis the Season to be Married Wedding season is upon us this time of year! As you plan your wedding, ‘tis the season to let your creative juices flow! After the Big 3 – Build Your Guest List, List Your Must-Have Amenities,...

San Miguel reflections, July 2018

In my collection of old newspapers I have quite a few copies of the San Miguel Banner which was published by Herb Comfort throughout the 1960s. His printing business was in the building on 14th Street which now houses Taco...

It’s Party Time

I admit, I have a secret love for party planning. I enjoy the stress and excitement of it all. But...

San Miguel Reflections, April 2018

On Saturday, April 28, San Miguel will celebrate Sagebrush Days – a day dedicated to our past. The Peddler’s Faire begins at 8 a.m. and the parade steps off at 11 a.m. going south on Mission Street, around Fr. Reginald Park next to the Mission, and coming back. You get to see both sides of the horse!

Backcountry Horsemen Rendezvous for 31st Annual

Backcountry Horsemen of California’s purpose is to improve and promote the use, care and development of California backcountry trails, campsites, streams, and meadows by advocating good trail manners. Events daily at 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. Friday evening Monte Mills and the Lucky Horsemen Band will play from 8 p.m.

Paso Robles High School rodeo on the way to Red Bluff

On Sunday, March 3, 23 high school rodeo athletes from grades 6–8 were chosen to be on the CHSRA Magnificent 7 State Finals team. In order to qualify for State Finals, each must be top five of their event, and be a member in good standing, which includes going to rodeos, selling raffle tickets and finishing duties. 

What’s Happening in Templeton this Month

Templeton businesses — and businesses from neighboring cities — will showcase their wares at Templeton Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business Expo on Thursday, April 12. Once again, the expo will take place at Fig at Courtney’s House at 311 6th St. in Templeton, across from Templeton Pool, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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