Bandits Vintage Base Ball playoffs Sunday

Post by Gold Country Vintage Base Ball – Rancho Murieta Bandits
Come out to Stonehouse Park and cheer on your hometown Bandits as they compete in the Gold Country Vintage Base Ball championships this weekend. Read more »

Saying goodbye to two longtime Murietans

For sale property

Naida West and Bill Geyer are selling their property along the Cosumnes River.

Rancho Murieta is getting ready to say goodbye to two longtime residents, people who live on a unique piece of the community. Many properties are called one-of-a-kind, but you could look a long time before finding another 11 acres like this – a wild river on one side and horse acreage on the other, all of it adjacent to suburbia and two golf courses. Read more »

The little ones are growing up

Young eagles

Neighbor Paul Anderson shares some shots from earlier this week. The young bald eagles at Lake Clementia are indeed growing up, keeping alive the possibility of future generations of Murieta eagles. You can see another photo, more dramatic, by clicking to "read more." (You won't be disappointed.) Read more »

A look at our July 22 concert

ETC logoPost by Entertainment, Theatre & Culture
What do you get when you combine all the smash hit music of two great American classic rock artists, Boston and Styx, into one power-packed show? The answer is Bostyx, a completely unique act that performs the feel-good, highly-polished hit music which dominated radio in the '70s and '80s. Read more »

Security logs, June 28-July 4

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for June 28-July 4, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »


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    Us50 West / just east of Bradshaw Rd
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    MZP-Assist CT with Maintenance
    US50 West / HAZEL AVE

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