Photos from the Vault
Posted by David Middlecamp on April 18, 2014
Stories from 70 years ago in the Telegram-Tribune:
April 10, 1944
The county Board of Supervisors was about to enact a curfew aimed at sending home gangs of teens on the streets after 10 p.m. Apparently Paso Robles had good results with its regulation.
Posted by David Middlecamp on April 7, 2014
The first county woman to deliver mail started her rounds 70 years ago in San Luis Obispo.
Posted by David Middlecamp on April 3, 2014
As Paso Robles celebrates 125 years as a city it is a good time to republish this Oct. 1, 1987, article by Telegram-Tribune reporter Phil Dirkx.
Posted by David Middlecamp on April 1, 2014
Upon further review, a curfew might not be needed. Telegram-Tribune stories from 70 years ago.
Posted by David Middlecamp on March 26, 2014
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. A small out-of-the-way community, one of the longest university names in the U.S. Pronunciation mistakes were made.
Posted by David Middlecamp on March 24, 2014
Major strikes by bombers provided most of the offense as American and British troops gathered and trained for an invasion of the mainland.