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    Templeton Eagles beat Santa Ynez Pirates 54-10

    – The Templeton Eagles high school varsity football team hosted the Santa Ynez Pirates on Friday evening. The Eagles offense Full Article

    Templeton Community Services District celebrates new drought-resistant water supply project

    –The Templeton Community Services District celebrated the completion of its new drought-resistant water supply project at a ribbon-cutting held on Wednesday, Sept. Full Article

    Two arrested in FBI drug investigation in North County

    Updated report 12:40 p.m., Oct. 1, 2019 The FBI served search warrants related to a narcotics investigation on Tuesday morning Full Article

    Two injured after driver goes over cliff on Highway 46

    –A vehicle went off Highway 46 west between Cambria and Tempelton early Sunday morning and fell about 500 feet down Full Article

    ‘Nightmare on Main Street’ returns to Templeton starting Oct. 4

    –“Nightmare on Main Street,” now in its 9th year, will return to Templeton starting Oct. 4. Nightmare on Main Street Full Article

    Templeton Eagles lose to Liberty 23-20

    The Templeton Eagles lost Friday night to Liberty 23-20 in Madera, Calif. The Eagles led most of the game, but Full Article

    Armed bank robber in ‘old-man’ mask remains at-large

    –Paso Robles Police are on the lookout for a man who robbed Pacific Premier Bank in Paso Robles yesterday. Shortly after Full Article

    County won’t allow farm sign; owners say it adds rural character

    To the editor, We are neighbors first, a family farm second. We love our neighborhood & would never deliberately offend Full Article

    Templeton Eagles beat San Luis Obispo 42-35

    –The Templeton Eagles trailed San Luis Obispo until the 4th quarter, then pulled ahead 42-35 and held on for the Full Article

    Templeton Historical Museum offering free admission Sept. 21

    –Templeton Museum will open its doors free of charge on Saturday Sept. 21, from 1-4 p.m. as part of Smithsonian magazine’s Full Article
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