How much paper do we use in a year?

Gate passes

No, this isn't Security Chief Greg Remson packing up his things. Thursday morning, he was helping bring in what he described as about a year's worth of gate passes – more than two dozen boxes' worth.

Security logs, July 7-21

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for July 7-21, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

Hour-long power outage hits RM

A power outage hit hundreds of Murieta homes at 9:39 Thursday morning. SMUD reported 600+ homes were out before power was restored about 10:45 a.m.  

RMA gathers ideas on tennis-pickleball flap

Pickleball-tennis meeting

David Rhodes was among the speakers Wednesday night as 17 people gathered in a back room at the Rancho Murieta Association Building to try to help the RMA balance the demand by tennis and pickleball players on the community's two tennis courts, at Riverview Park. Pickleball fans appeared at June's RMA board meeting and asked for court hours dedicated to pickleball. Recreation Committee Chair Tim Maybee entertained a number of ideas at Wednesday's meeting and offered some of his own. Among the ideas discussed were building dedicated pickleball courts (possibly with funding help from the community's service organizations), striping existing basketball courts to allow pickleball and putting up lights at Riverview Park to extend the hours of play. Maybee said he would take the suggestions to the board, but one idea from the crowd seemed likely to be launched ASAP – implementing tennis etiquette, which calls for a singles match to last no more than 60 minutes when players are waiting for the court and for doubles play to end after 90 minutes if others are waiting.

Murietan's hobby gets some air time

Donna Kendro

If you walked past the TV a little groggy first thing Wednesday morning, yes, that was Murietan Donna Kendro on "Good Day Sacramento" on Channel 31. On display were her bead collection and skill using beads to decorate wine glasses. It's just a sideline business for Kendro. Her family owns and operates Go Fore Pizza in Murieta Plaza.

One era ends, another begins at Security

Greg Remson proclamation

Security Chief Greg Remson listens as Board President Jerry Pasek honors his years of service.

When Greg Remson began with Rancho Murieta Security in 1984, the South wasn’t yet built and the North ended at the second Guadalupe. On Friday – 32 years after joining the department, 25 years after becoming sergeant, and 12 years after being named chief – he will retire. Read more »

ETC show mixes country, pop and rock


Red square 37 photos of the show and your friends in the audience

Following her tribute to Taylor Swift Saturday night at Lake Clementia Amphitheater, singer Kaylee Starr of Swift Country was surrounded by young admirers seeking her autograph and CDs. Young Murieta dominated the dance floor during the Swift Country performance, which featured Swift's hits and many tweener girls singing along to every word. The next act up at the Entertainment, Theatre & Culture show was the Cripple Creek Band, which followed with a rousing roadhouse-style performance. The band, which played the Country Club and the Davis Ranch Harvest Festival last year, tore through a set of country music and southern rock from artists as diverse as Charlie Daniels, The Eagles and The Band.

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