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Californians now required to wear face coverings

  Californians must wear face coverings when outside the home in high-risk situations –The California Department of Public Health today Full Article

Cunningham advocates for return of youth sports

–On Tuesday, local Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-San Luis Obispo) sent a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom requesting the California Department Full Article

Templeton Concerts in the Park start date delayed further

–Templeton Community Services District’s Recreation Department has announced a further delay to the start of their Summer Concerts in the Full Article

State releases new guidance for more industries to reopen

  –State health officials have issued new guidance for several business sectors to reopen no sooner than this Friday, June Full Article

City Council to consider annexation for ‘Paso Robles Gateway Resort’ project at next meeting

–Paso Robles City Council will consider the Paso Robles Gateway Annexation project at their next meeting. The public is encouraged Full Article

Twin Cities Hospital announces new state-of-the-art CT machine

–Twin Cities Community Hospital recently announced the installation of a new Siemens Definition AS 64 Slice. The new CT (computed Full Article

North County Tea Party members meet outdoors at Republican Headquarters

–A monthly meeting at Republican County Headquarters in Atascadero moved outdoors Monday evening because of concerns about the coronavirus. The Full Article

Junior Giants get free four week training from San Francisco Giants coaching staff

–The San Francisco Giants Community Fund has announced the “Junior Giants at Home” project to keep youth connected and active Full Article

Protest and march closes streets in downtown Paso Robles, ends peacefully with prayer

  –A Black Lives Matter protest and march closed streets in downtown Paso Robles on Tuesday. The protest was peaceful Full Article

Fireworks sales still on in Templeton

–The Templeton Community Services District will continue to allow the sale of fireworks, as long as the booths comply with expected safety Full Article
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