With interested buyer in hand, club talks sale

Bob Husband

James A. (Bob) Husband, the prospective new owner of the Country Club, met with captains of the golf and tennis clubs at a meeting Thursday night.

Red square Club Q-and-A on the sale and club letter to members

Country Club members are learning Friday of a plan, subject to member approval, that would buy the club property from the North developers and move ownership to a golf company run by longtime industry leaders in Southern California. The prospective new owners say they'll build a pool and a fitness center – in a facility something like the community center that has been discussed here for years. Read more »

Longtime Murietan Dorothy Horalek dies at 84

Longtime Murietan Dorothy Horalek died Wednesday at age 84. She was an active golfer during her two decades in Rancho Murieta. She and her husband, Jim, were active in local groups from the time they came to Murieta, in the 1980s. She is survived by two children, three grandchildren and her twin brother, Dick Stevens. The family says there are no plans at this time for a public celebration of her life.

ETC announces its season for summer 2016

Tainted Love

Tainted Love, one of the biggest hits of ETC's 2015 season, is returning this summer.

Red square See ETC's February community newsletter

If the warmer temperatures have you thinking about spring, here's a chance to fast-forward your mood to summer. Entertainment, Theatre & Culture has announced its 2016 season of five Saturday-night shows, two of them evenings with two musical acts. And they're bringing back a much-requested band from last season. Here's all the information, plus video of many of the bands. Read more »

Buona Vita Yogurt marks first anniversary

Buona Vita Yogurt, in Murieta Plaza, is celebrating its first anniversary Saturday with music and raffle prizes through the day. The owners, Noreen Cardinale and Madison Trenholm, invite you to enjoy the springlike weather with a dab or two of their yogurt, which includes varieties that are low-fat, sugar-free and gluten-free.

A full house, in a crabby mood

Crab Feed

Red square Photo gallery: 38 shots from the Crab Feed

The social hall of St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church was the place to be Saturday night as the Kiwanis Club partnered with the Knights of Columbus for a sold-out crab feed fundraising event. Local high school students who belong to Kiwanis Key Club chapters served the 296 diners a hearty dinner featuring lasagna and plenty of crabs.

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