Counselors Jen Clayton, Mike Moore, Xelina Rojas with Assistant Principal Erin Haley

High School 101: Time to register

Registration is now being collected for nearly 2000 returning and new students for the 2015-2016 school year. The next 2015-2016 school year is just around the corner. Color-coded registration papers for incoming 10th-12th graders are due Thursday,...

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Cuesta offers dual enrollment

College credit offered to high school students for early start in career hunt A little more workload could spell good news for 9th graders in San Luis Obispo County. Cuesta College started a program named “Get Focused… Stay Focused!” in order...


Moving on

Trio of seniors sign national letters of intent College sports stand as a testament to athletes’ effort everywhere, as it is the ultimate milestone for many athletes across the country. For three Paso Robles’ athletes college football...

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Winter Tabata

by Tegan Curren, Health Editor Are you ever in a time crunch, or don’t want to leave your house to workout just to face the cold weather this winter? This workout, known as a tabata, solves both of those problems because this tabata can be done...

Point Guard Quinn Parker brings up the ball against the greyhounds during their first match-up earlier this year.

Bearcats overthrow the Greyhounds 57-42

Boys varsity basketball ends rivalry drought It’s been a long time since Paso Robles basketball has had something to cheer about, but on Monday, Jan. 26, the varsity team traveled to rival Atascadero to end a four year losing streak versus their...

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Bailey Gaither, the real MVP

The future San Jose State Spartan takes home more honors after stellar season Though he will be roaming a bigger stadium next year, the football legacy senior receiver Bailey Gaither will leave behind is unforgettable—and has grown since the Dec....

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