Out and About in Canyon Lake

Road construction frustrates – inside, outside gates

Some described it as a traffic nightmare – trying to leave the community, trying to enter the gates and trying to find school bus stops, changed due of road construction inside the gates. The driving obstacles made for many frustrated residents this week, who felt the situations were dangerous, unnecessary and lacked planning. Though announcements and signs from Mamco were posted outside the ga…

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Water treatment, oxygenation a step closer to reality

It's been several years since heavy rains turned Canyon Lake into a big cup of "chocolate milk" – a nice way of describing the look of the water. The drenching winter storms of 2004/05 caused contaminated sewer effluent from failing Quail Valley septic tanks to flow into the Lake, contributing to the runoff that caused that "chocolate milk" look for a few weeks and closed the Lake to bodily co…

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The dragon came out of its lair and Snoopy soared

Saturday was a perfect night for a parade and this year's Parade of Lights boat parade, hosted by the Yacht Club, did not disappoint. The newly rebuilt 60-foot Green Dragon led the way. Those who missed the parade can view it in a video created by Randy Roberts. Visit randyanddenise.com and click on "Canyon Lake Videos" in the lefthand column. Parade Chair Vlad Worotko announced the following wi…

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'Fit Community' event just a few weeks away

Canyon Lakers are invited to mark their calendars for the 3rd annual Fit Community event, scheduled for Saturday, January 19, 2013 at the Lodge. Fun and healthy activities are planned, offering something for all families in the community, including a 5K and 10K run/walk, a 1K children’s fun run, health fair with fitness, medical and nutritional professionals and educational materials, DJ entert…

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