Country Club sale faces $3 million obstacle

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Country Club meeting

Country Club President Vince Lepera, right, and General Manager William Armstrong talk about problems closing a deal to sell the club.

Leaders of Rancho Murieta Country Club spoke for an hour Saturday morning about the lone remaining issue blocking the effort to sell the club – an underfunded union pension that has become a $3 million problem for the club. Read more » Read more » about Country Club sale faces $3 million obstacle

Young Murietans making music and video

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To brighten your Friday morning: Some area teens, including two from Rancho Murieta, are part of Uplifted Band, which performed last year at the food trucks and at Summerfest. They made the video, shooting this spring at several locations around Rancho Murieta, performing an acoustic version of "Sweet Child o' Mine," originally by Guns N' Roses. The Murietans who are in Uplifted: percussionist Asher Bloom, 15, and photographer/sound person Donovan Guertin, 14. The video is by Murietan Josh Kelly. Read more » about Young Murietans making music and video

Vintage cars can parade on July 4, RMA says

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Murietans' classic cars will be part of the July 4 parade, the RMA decided. (File photo)

Red square See video of the RMA meeting (40 minutes)

The Rancho Murieta Association will allow Murietans to drive their classic cars in the July 4 parade.  The change, announced at Tuesday night’s RMA monthly meeting, reverses one of several new July 4 rules announced last month. Read more » Read more » about Vintage cars can parade on July 4, RMA says

Security logs, May 2-11

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Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for May 2-11, 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, May 2-11

Sliding down a glass mountain

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Murietan Barbara Campbell took her first try at rappeling Thursday – and did it on a 16-story hotel in Sacramento. Here's a look. And here's more information about Stanford Youth Solutions, the organization that benefits from the event. Read more » about Sliding down a glass mountain


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