Category: Oak Leaf

Serving The Educational Community

San Luis Obispo County school districts and Cuesta College recently celebrated the success of many talented educators and support staff at the Fall Employee of the Year Gala. Central Coast schools employ a well-trained,...

Getting REALL

Donna Kelley, and Patti Lucas are kicking off their fourth year of bringing the REALL (Reality Enrichment and Life Lessons) program to local schools.

Dealing with New School Year Stress

A new school year, a new job, a new living arrangement, and even a new relationship can cause stress. For many, the fall means back to school, a return to routine, or time to begin a new term. Some view the fall as a chance to make a fresh start and an opportunity to make new friends.

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...

Farm from a box delivers

The infrastructural means required for anyone to farm can be limiting and exorbitantly expensive. “Farm from a box” has addressed this with a system that can deliver rapid and ongoing return – all within a standalone, deliverable unit that provides all the parts to establish a two-acre planting operation.

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. 

Honoring Our Native American Heritage

The El Paso de Robles Historical Society presents “Time and the Tide,” through 2018 at the Historic Carnegie Library in the downtown City Park — first displayed at the Hearst Castle before moving to Mission San Antonio and portrays the Prehistoric Period, the Mission Period, the Gold Rush, Hearst Castle and Military.

Paso Robles visionary vintner Robert Haas dies at 90

Co-founder of Tablas Creek Vineyard and Winery, Robert Haas left an indelible mark on California’s Central Coast over his seven-decade career. He helped usher in the modern “Rhône Rangers” movement by importing new cuttings of more than a dozen grapes varieties common to France’s southern Rhône Valley.

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