Series of attempted break-ins in RM North

Neighbors have reported three incidents in recent days of someone trying to break into their homes, two of the incidents by attempting to force the front door. The incidents have taken place at different times – in the middle of the night, in the middle of the afternoon and in the evening. Security says it is doing extra patrol in the area involved, around Laguna Joaquin.  Read more »

Getting into the spirit of the holidays

Trying to tap into the spirit of the holidays? You can make the season better for children homeless after the Paradise fire. Or you can ease your holiday stress with a few local shopping tips. Read more »

A peek at the new shopping center

CCPAC meeting

Development representative John Sullivan makes a point on the shopping center maps for Rancho Murieta's members of the Cosumnes Community Planning Advisory Council, from left, Jim Moore and John Merchant. (Click for larger image)

The Cosumnes Community Planning Advisory Council gave unanimous approval Wednesday night to plans for a convenience store, gas station, car wash and fast-food outlet in the new supermarket shopping center south of Jackson Road. The meeting also offered tidbits about the shopping center and what Murietans may find there in the coming months. Read more »

Kiwanis' busy time is good time to help

Posted by Rancho Murieta Kiwanis Club
The Kiwanis Club of Rancho Murieta is in the midst of the busy time of our service year!  We are collecting Toys for Tots, Sweats for Vets, selling See's Candy and preparing for our Fifth Annual Crab Feed! Read more »

A 'Turkey Shoot' with a little less pressure

Posted by Men's Golf Club
On a brisk Saturday, Nov. 17, 72 hearty Men’s Club Pilgrims took to the North Course in search of this illustrious bird.  This year’s format, designed by co-chairmen John Friedrich and DJ Milligan, was received to rave reviews.  This year the turkey ball was chosen by team members after all players had hit, and the other three players then played a scramble from a ball they chose.  All scoring was at net.  Also, many of us elderly “gophers” played the Silver tees. Handicaps were then adjusted.  There was less pressure on players than previous years.  “Winner-Winner Turkey Dinner.”  The results: Read more »


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