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Tent City Brewing Company turns 5

Atascadero natives and former roommates Kendall Bryson and Brian Vogel, will be celebrating the fifth anniversary of their collaborative business, Tent City Brewing Company, July 1. Just weeks before the momentous event, Bryson and Vogel were found remini

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Kitchenette: It's what's for breakfast (or lunch)

Word on the street is that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. According to brothers Michael and Chris Kobayashi, co-owners and operators of Kitchenette, located at 105 South Main St. in Templeton, that rumor could not be more true. While

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The Hatch: Not your typical neighborhood bar (or then again, maybe it is)

PASO ROBLES — If the The Hatch could be summed up in a few words it would be creative cocktails and comfort food swathed in an amber glow of brick, wood and stainless steel. But there is so much more to it than that. Having opened only two years ago by lo

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Kid Rock to perform at the Mid-State Fair

The California Mid-State Fair has announced that Kid Rock will perform in concert on Sunday, July 23 at 7:30 p.m. Kid Rock’s concert is part of the annual Bud Light Concert Series and will take place in the Grandstand Arena at the Paso Robles Event Cen

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Brooke Eden to perform at Mid-State Fair

The California Mid-State Fair has announced that Brooke Eden has been confirmed to perform on Saturday, July 22, at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. on the Frontier Stage. The performances will be free with paid admission to the fair.

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    Spencer Howard drafted

    On Monday evening, the dreams of one local athlete came true. Spencer Howard, Cal Poly sophomore and former Templeton Eagle pitcher was drafted in the second round of the Major-League Baseball Draft. Taken with the 45th pick overall by the Phillies, accor

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San Gabriel Elementary School hosts promotion ceremony

The sixth grade promotion ceremony on Thursday, June 15, at the San Gabriel Elementary School, brought an end to a tradition dating back to 1989. The school opened in September of 1988 and in June of ’89, the first class of sixth graders were promoted, moving on to Atascadero Junior High School. The Junior High is now named the Atascadero Middle School and will house all AUSD sixth graders starting next school year. San Gabriel Elementary will also be losing two fantastic teachers, Denise Moore and Heidi Cooper, as they will now be teaching sixth grade at the middle school. (Photos contributed by Rick Evans)