In less than an hour and with just four of the seven directors present Tuesday night, the Rancho Murieta Association board approved a location for the dog park and began the process of establishing a use policy for Stonehouse Park. Directors Jim Moore, Martin Pohll, Randy Jenco and Scott Adams considered these and other matters at the meeting. Read more » about RMA OKs dog park location and starts on Stonehouse use policy
The Community Services District board of directors passed the 2011-12 budget Wednesday night, imposing rate hikes that will increase the average monthly residential bill for water, sewer, security, drainage and garbage collection about 4.8 percent. The board heard a presentation on salary and compensation for district employees, and a representative of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District offered details on a home energy-saving program for Rancho Murieta. Read more » about CSD approves 4.8% rate increase, reviews study of pay for employees
Entertainment, Theatre & Culture has another big season set for this summer, beginning 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Lake Clementia Amphitheater with STUNG, performing the hits of the Police. Here's a video look at the season, produced by ETC, as well as info on ticket sales. Read more » about A look at ETC's shows for 2011
The Mother's Day Queen Mum Community Tea returns May 1 to put the "live" in live auction, as Rancho Murieta men take to the stage modeling handmade aprons. A mimosa bar, tea cakes and other delicacies, a balloon raffle and queen props add up to an afternoon of fun for a good cause. Read more » about Murieta men take a turn as runway models
In 1984, TV stars Loni Anderson and Lynda Carter spent a week in Rancho Murieta shooting an episode of the TV show "Partners in Crime." The show aired just before Christmas that year. Wanna see it? Read more » about When we went Hollywood...
Here's a video Christmas card from Rancho Murieta ... to Rancho Murieta. It looks in on many of our 2009 holiday events, from Santa arriving at the North Gazebo the day after Thanksgiving to Thursday night's placing of luminaria on the North and South parkways. It's accompanied by the music of Murieta Voices. Happy holidays! Read more » about A Christmas card to ourselves
Summer vacation begins today at Cosumnes River Elementary, and pupils will never see the same campus again. When they return in the fall, work will be well under way on a new $15 million campus that's almost five times the size of the present facility -- making it the largest elementary school in the Elk Grove Unified School District. Here's a look at the past, present and future of CRES. (5:08)