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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

Country Store broken into again by burglars

In a repeat of a crime a month ago, the Country Store was broken into early Thursday – its front door smashed and cash, lottery tickets and tobacco items stolen, officials report. Read more »

For an hour, Elvis was in the building

Elvis at Women's Club lunch

Elvis at Women's Club lunchJeremy Pearce's Elvis tribute at the Women's Club lunch Wednesday took him to every corner of the Country Club's Murieta Room, delighting the crowd. He did a solid hour of Elvis songs with a Hawaiian theme – among them, "Shake, Rattle and Roll," "Little Sister," "Blue Hawaii," "Suspicious Minds," "Jailhouse Rock" and he finished with "Can't Help Falling in Love." Being Elvis, he bestowed damp scarves on a number of lucky ladies, and being an appreciative audience, they squealed (and chuckled) at his hip thrusts and wiggles. Pearce posed for photos afterwards. (Click for larger images)

Security logs, March 11-24

Here are Rancho Murieta's complete Security logs for March 11-24, as released to the public. CSD Security edits the logs to remove names and specific addresses before releasing the information. Read more »

A place where winter meets spring

Barn and mountains

Somewhere between winter and spring sits this barn off Kiefer Boulevard, captured the other day by the camera of neighbor Paul Anderson. The weather forecast calls for more winter than spring, with a lot of rain over the next 10 days. (Click for larger image)

Get ready for Women’s Golf Club Invitational

Posted by Rancho Murieta Women's Golf Club
Women golfers, are you looking for something fun to do with your friends? It’s not too late to join us for our “When You Wish Upon a Par” Invitational May 7-9. It’s a four-woman team format. The cost is $225 for each RMWGC member and guest; $250 for each Rancho Murieta Country Club golf member and guest. A one-time exception has been made to allow social members to play, and last-minute registration forms and checks are due no later than April 1. Read more »

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