Crime: Storage burglaries, cars entered

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Cut padlocks and thefts from storage spaces were reported over the weekend at the Rancho Murieta Airport storage facility. In unrelated incidents, a number of unlocked cars parked outside overnight in Murieta North were entered. Read more >> Read more » about Crime: Storage burglaries, cars entered

Kiwanis offers memorial bricks at Lake Calero

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The Kiwanis Club manages the Honor and Memorial bench at Lake Calero, and it offers a timely reminder that you can purchase a memorial brick there now for a $100 tax-deductible donation to Kiwanis. The bench is the centerpiece of the annual Memorial Day flag retirement, in about six weeks. Read more >> Read more » about Kiwanis offers memorial bricks at Lake Calero

CSD GM resigns after two years in job

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Darlene Thiel, the Community Services District’s general manager for the last two years, will be retiring from the job this summer and returning to her native Florida to be close to family, the CSD announced Monday. Read more >> Read more » about CSD GM resigns after two years in job

Security logs, March 15-April 3

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Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for March 15-April 3, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more » Read more » about Security logs, March 15-April 3

Blood Drive April 17, noon to 6 p.m.

ETC offers $2,000 scholarship contest

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Entertainment, Theatre & Culture for Rancho Murieta, the group that stages summertime concerts at Lake Clementia, is once again sponsoring an essay contest for high school seniors and offering a $2,000 scholarship as the reward. The deadline for entry is May 30, and the winner will be announced July 22. There's more information at ETC's website here at RanchoMurieta.com. Read more » about ETC offers $2,000 scholarship contest

A spring afternoon with bald eagles

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Bald eagleRancho Murieta has a wealth of wildlife, but Murietans value our bald eagles above everything. They're a thrilling sight, for sure. Neighbor Paul Anderson, who has lived in the community for 20 years, calls himself a "hobbyist" photographer. He encountered eagles over the weekend. "I saw one eagle on a tree near the nest at Lake Clementia Saturday morning," he writes, "and then the female ( I think as they are larger than the males) flew into the nest tree.  A few moments later the male flew over to join her on the nesting tree." (Click photos for larger images)

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