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RanchoMurieta.com has ceased publication as of Aug. 2, after 19 years of covering the news of our community.

For the time being, you will still be able to view this site in read only mode.

Thank you for your kind responses to Ralph’s health situation. We’re happy to report he’s much improved and expects to make a full recovery. We’ll see you around the neighborhood.

– Karen Muldoon and Ralph Frattura

South odor due to treatment pond, CSD says

A treatment pond at the Community Services District wastewater treatment plant is believed to be the source of odors that have prompted recent complaints from South residents, CSD General Manager Ed Crouse said Tuesday.

Bill Nichelmann, avid golfer and longtime Murietan, dies at 78

Friends say Will "Bill" Nichelmann combined a gruff exterior with a kind heart that responded to those in need, especially children.

Betty 'Sis' Draper, 20-year Murietan, dies at 79

Life wasn't the same for Betty "Sis" Draper after she lost her husband of 58 years to lung cancer two years ago.

Photo: New Eagle Scouts

Rancho Murieta's newest Eagle Scouts are, from left, Robert Meyer, Blake Hurdle, Matt Kalmanson and Drew Moore. The Troop 633 Scouts were honored at the Eagle Court of Honor ceremony Sunday afternoon at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church's social hall, attended by about 175 people. Bagpiper Steve McKinney played "America the Beautiful" to user in the solemn ceremony honoring the scouts, their parents, mentors, troop leader Mori Graf and former troop leader David Scharlach.

Photos: ETC opens new season

The legendary B.J. Thomas and his band began this year's Entertainment, Theatre and Culture for Rancho Murieta summer season by entertaining more than 600 people at Lake Clementia Amphitheater Saturday night.

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