RRC Rd. lanes to be paved next week

RRC Rd. lanes to be paved next week

The big road equipment continues to grind away, with dump trucks hauling away old asphalt and bringing in new. It's a sight seen both inside the gates and out as the POA side street repaving rolls ahead at a quick pace, and construction on Railroad Canyon Rd. begins moving into its final phases. According to Project Inspector Ed Boyce, Mamco Construction has been leveling the ground and preparin…

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Directors to discuss parking on main roads

Two items of special interest are on the agenda for next Tuesday's POA Board of Directors meeting at the Lodge. One is a proposal to change parking regulations …

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Council candidates discuss City finances

The general election is coming November 6 and, in addition to voting for the President of the United States and other ballot issues, Canyon Lakers will have the…

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Arts, Entertainment and Activities will fill next few weekends

Now is a good time to mark calendars and plan to attend the variety of events offered by community clubs and organizations. Car Show and Cruise Are the musc…

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Photo of the Week

A slight wake traces the path of a passing boat in this idyllic photo of the East Bay by Dennis Bickers. Some may recognize this scene as the cover photo for The Friday Flyer's Facebook page.

Arts, Entertainment and Activities: Don't miss 'Into the Woods'

Arts, Entertainment and Activities: Don't miss 'Into the Woods'

Arts, Entertainment and Activities: Don't miss 'Into the Woods' With so much talent, humor and heart on display at opening night of Canyon Lake Community Theatre's production of "Into the Woods" last Saturday, it's a surprise there wasn't standing room only in the Holiday Bay Room at the Lodge. Fortunately, Canyon Lakers have another weekend to see the remarkable cast and enjoy a thought-provokin …

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'Restless' designer turns photos into art

'Restless' designer turns photos into art

With photo editing software and graphic design tools, artists can easily turn regular photographs into works of art, which is what website designer Rhonda Strickland has done with pictures of birds she has taken around Canyon Lake. The Canyon Lake mom and business owner has lived here since 1981 with her husband, Nick, and four children, Nicky, Jeannie, Mathew and Chance. Some readers may have n …

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Movie Reviews by Reel People: 'The Master'

Serious film goers are raving about “The Master” but we don’t get it. Of course we don’t understand the success of Honey Boo Boo, so what do we know. This highly ambitious …


Heart tracks

With all the road construction going on in her Continental Dr. neighborhood last week, Nancy Novak didn't think much about the tread marks on the road in front of her house. Her on …


Start measuring, planning for Parade of Lights

Now that fall is here, it’s time for residents to start planning to enter their boats in the annual Parade of Lights, scheduled for Saturday, December 8, according to Yacht Club …


News Briefs

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


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

Over-seeding to begin The Golf Course will be closed for over-seeding from Monday, October 8, to Thursday, October 25, opening on Friday, October 26. The Golf Shop will be closed …