Developer explains origins of Canyon Lake lighthouse

Developer explains origins of Canyon Lake lighthouse

As the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association celebrates its 45th year in existence, and to welcome newcomers to the community, The Friday Flyer is planning to run a series of articles about the history of Canyon Lake. This first in this series is about the iconic lighthouse. In the 1968 fall issue (Volume 1, Number 2) of the Canyon Lake News, a publication distributed periodically by the Corona…

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Residents invited to discuss Rules and Regulations

Don't like some of the rules in Canyon Lake? Residents are reminded a workshop with the Board of Directors is scheduled for Tuesday, January 29, from 9 a.m. t…

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DUI fatality a story about underage drinking

Georgia Zermeno – wife, mother and reporter for The Friday Flyer for the past 16 months – is passionate about the young people of Canyon Lake. Over the year…

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Facts about underage drinking and what parents can do

A survey by the American Medical Association shows that underage youth obtain alcohol easily and often, and many times the source of their alcohol is their own …

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Photo of the Week

Credit: Diana Castillo

Skippers Island is a sanctuary of sorts for the waterfowl of Canyon Lake, as described by Wild Side columnist Ken Cable on Page B-16. Diana Castillo snapped this scene Monday, as cormorants, egrets, ducks and other fowl mingled on the island.

Globe-trotting with The Friday Flyer in 2012

Globe-trotting with The Friday Flyer in 2012

As Canyon Lake residents travel around the world, they are encouraged to take photographs of themselves with a copy of The Friday Flyer to be featured in the "Near and Far with The Friday Flyer" section of the community newspaper.
Each January, photos are printed which depict the most unusual destination and most interesting backdrop of the year. Sometimes, there are other categories such as mo …

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Hundreds run/walk in 'Fit Community' races

Hundreds run/walk in 'Fit Community' races

More than 300 participants came out to run and walk in the 3rd annual Fit Community 5K/10K races and 1K kids fun run. Under sunny skies and warm conditions, the event attracted families from inside the community, as well as participants from the San Diego and Los Angeles areas. In addition to the races, vendors were on site to showcase their health and fitness products and services, including Su …

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Dear Abby's favorite word? 'No'

Years ago Canyon Laker Vick Knight wrote to hundreds of celebrities, politicians and other VIPs with this request – “May I have a word with you? More precisely, may I have a wo …


Cottonwood Canyon kids make YouTube video

Everyone loves music! In the car, at home, on the beach, in stores, music is everywhere everyday. Ask a child what he or she wants to be when grown up, and you will often hear “r …


Intra-district transfer deadline is January 31

Parents or guardians have until January 31 to apply for an intra-district transfer, if seeking permission for a child to attend an LEUSD school other than their school of residence …


Chamber Notes

January Mixer The January mixer will be held on Wednesday, January 30, at 5:30 p.m. in the banquet room at Pepe's. It will be hosted by the Jr. Women's Club. This will be a no hos …


Movie Reviews by Reel People: 'Broken City'

January is what the film industry calls low season, and for good reason. “Broken City” features an all-star cast in a dark gritty cop thriller that can best be described as “ …


Teen Talk: The quest to meet Harry Styles

What makes a celebrity a celebrity? If you think about it, everybody is a nobody until somebody becomes everybody. What I mean is, is a person who is not famous but has the same ch …


Take a mini-vacation for brain health

The following article was written by Mark Underwood, a neuroscience researcher, president and co-founder of Quincy Bioscience. He has been taped as an expert in the field of neuro …


EVMWD Board of Directors selects new officers

The Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District’s Board of Directors elected its leaders for the next year on Thursday, where Phil Williams, will now serve as board president, Andy …


In Memoriam: Rebecca Jacobs

Rebecca L. Jacobs, more affectionately known as Becky, passed away on January 15, 2013 in the ICU at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Murrieta. She was born in Apple Valle …


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 …


Arts and Entertainment

Rotary Music Competition The Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club will hold its 14th annual Music Competition on Tuesday, February 12, at 6:30 p.m. at Grace Presbyterian Church, 31143 Nic …


Club News: Tennis is a sport for all ages

Tennis is a sport for all ages, including seniors. Pictured are some of the more mature players who play at the Canyon Lake Tennis Center on a weekly basis. They include Dave Harr …


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

Women's Golf Club The "Dearly Beloved" Valentine Tournament will be held February 12, at 8 a.m., open to members of the Canyon Lake Women's Golf Club. Ladies can pick their own …


The Friday Flyer welcomes submissions

The Friday Flyer welcomes announcements such as birth, wedding, academic recognition and obituaries and prints them at no charge to Canyon Lake residents. Send to news@goldingpubli …