Sue Frost: In their shoes

Sue FrostNote: Supervisor Sue Frost will hold a Rancho Murieta community meeting 9 a.m. Saturday at the Murieta Inn, 7337 Murieta Drive.

Posted by County Supervisor Sue Frost
Since I was first elected to office six years ago, and continuing now as supervisor, I have tried to be open-minded and research all sides of every issue so I can make informed decisions and support policy that best meets the needs of our communities. Read more »

Smith and Coeur take President's Cup

Horserace winnersPosted by Men's Golf Club
Our signature event was held Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22, on the treacherous North Course.  Made more difficult by playing summer rules and greens that still hadn’t completely recovered from the top dressing almost four weeks ago, players were challenged for two days. Read more »

Bandits win, improve record to 2-0

Post by Gold Country Vintage Base Ball – Rancho Murieta Bandits
The Rancho Murieta Bandits, your local Vintage Baseball league team, is back in action this year.  They are off to a hot start at 2-0.  This past Sunday, they beat the league champion Miners 11-5 behind strong hitting by Chris "Sauce" Ross and a rare vintage home run by Ken "Hammer" Hanner.  Colby "Cheddar" Craig and Matt "Splint" Corsaut worked the pitcher's mound to shut down the hot hitting Miners.  The Bandits play this Sunday at 12:30 at Stonehouse park.

Margaret Wonder, celebrated baker, dies at 92

Margaret WonderMargaret Wonder, a 16-year Murietan celebrated for her baking and gardening skills, died at home April 15 at age 92. She was under hospice care, with her family by her side. Read more »

Little League parade: Third time's the charm


→ Photo gallery of paraders and viewers (80 photos)

The Cosumnes River Little League mid-season celebration began Sunday afternoon under sunny skies with a jubilant, candy-tossing parade to Stonehouse Park that set the stage for an opening ceremony twice postponed by rainy weather. After the smartly uniformed players assembled on the field and a contingent of planes from the Rancho Murieta Airport flew overhead, CRLL President Blake Carmichael thanked the volunteers who “make it possible for over 250 kids to play baseball and softball,” introduced the teams, and announced the winners of  the $1,000 league scholarships named in honor of two children in the community. Kianah Corey is the recipient of the Christina Rodness Scholarship and Jordan Remington received the Christopher Walters Scholarship. Both are graduating high school seniors and former Little Leaguers. The ceremony concluded with the national anthem, followed by Carmichael leading the crowd in singing “Take Me Out to The Ball Game.” Then it was time for a hot dog lunch. (Click photo for larger image.)


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