Curtain to rise on 'The Miracle Worker'

Curtain to rise on 'The Miracle Worker'

A plain black well-pump in a small Southern town in Alabama still stands to remind visitors where one of the world’s greatest miracles took place. This weekend, Canyon Lake Community Theatre will re-create the events that occurred at that pump where Annie Sullivan, a loyal and faithful teacher, unleashed the world for Helen Keller, the 19-month-old child who was left blind and deaf following a d…

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Community says good-bye to Paul Johnson

In the famous lyrics of Bob Dylan, "The times they are a-changin'." With the resignation last week of Director of Operations Paul Johnson – the last of the …

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Traffic flow and safety are priorities during RRC Rd. construction

Traffic flow and safety are priorities as work continues to widen Railroad Canyon Rd. to six lanes, according to City officials. The 10-month, $7.5 million pr…

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Jr. Women's Club to host Charity Golf Tourney

Golfers should mark their calendars for the 3rd annual JWC Charity Golf Tournament, hosted by the Jr. Women’s Club on March 24 at the Canyon Lake Country Club…

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Photo of the Week

Credit: LInda Hauser

Snow-capped Mountains in the distance capped with white snow contrast with the warm colors that surround the Lake. This scene was captured by the lens of Linda Hauser in mid-December.

'Fit Community' declared success despite weather

'Fit Community' declared success despite weather

Despite the rain and chilly temperatures on January 21, close to 300 participants came out to run and walk in the 2nd annual Fit Community 5K/10K races and 1K kids fun run, according to event spokesperson Ronale Rhodes. The top three overall men's winners in the 5K race were Raymond McKendry (1st), Dwight Wilson (2nd) and Sukru Gilma (3rd). The top three overall women's winners in the 5K were Ke …

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Columnist Ken Cable publishes his first novel, 'Lost!'

Columnist Ken Cable publishes his first novel, 'Lost!'

Ken Cable, The Friday Flyer columnist who delights readers with his "Notes from the Road" and "Wild Side of Canyon Lake," has published his first novel, "Lost!" – an adventure novel written for readers of all ages. Fittingly, the story takes place in an area Ken has described a few times in his columns: the High Sierras. The main characters are three young boys who bear a striking resemblance …

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Movie Review: 'Red Tails'

During WWII, the Tuskegee Airmen were the Jackie Robinsons of American military pilots. And this was even before Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier. This is an impor …


Arts and Entertainment

The Fine Arts Guild has scheduled two upcoming events. Back by popular demand, Jay White will return to Canyon Lake on March 24 in an impersonation of "America's Neil Diamond Live …


In Memoriam: Stephanie Sukhram

After a long battle with ovarian cancer, Stephanie Rani Sukhram, 27, passed away on January 21, 2012, at home in Canyon Lake, surrounded by loved ones.
Stephanie was born in Sac …


In Memoriam: Muriel Roxbury

Muriel Frances Roxbury died January 7, 2012. She was known in the community for her warm smile, her annual Christmas parties and tea parties and her participation in numerous clubs …


News Briefs

This section contains information on local activities and items of interest to Canyon Lake residents. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications no later than 5 p. …


Club News

This section provides information submitted by Canyon Lake Clubs regarding activities and upcoming events. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications no later than …


Golf News

Men's Golf Sweetheart Tourney The Men’s Golf Club would like to invite golfers with their sweethearts to sign up for the first tournament of 2012 – the “Sweetheart Tournamen …


Adopt-a-pet: Poppa and Smokey

Poppa is a male, non-neutered miniature Pinscher/Dachshund mix. He is about 3 years old and is friendly and loving. Smokey is a domestic short-haired, spayed female, about 2 years …