All residents invited to Community Meeting

Residents often find themselves confused about the differences between the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association and the City of Canyon Lake. They question why it takes two separate entities to run this small community. Many of the questions center on the differences between Community Patrol, contracted through the CLPOA, and police, contracted through the City of Canyon Lake. To answer those …

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Candidates answer questions about knowledge, experience

The campaign for two positions on the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association Board of Directors has begun in earnest, with campaign signs beginning to sprout i…

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There will be no increase in Association dues

The Canyon Lake Property Owners Association budget for the next fiscal year (2014-2015) was approved at the March 19 Board of Directors Regular Session Meeting.…

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Police investigate cause of pedestrian injury on RRC Rd.

On Tuesday, March 18, at 11:01 a.m., officers from the Lake Elsinore Police Department responded to Railroad Canyon Rd., east of Church Street, regarding a hit …

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Photo of the Week

Photographer Pat Van Dyke says she "caught" these pictures while on a homeschool break with her grandson at Holiday Harbor, where they were able to witness angler Travis Smith practice "catch and release." She saw Travis scoop his fish into a net, hold it up for a moment of triumph, then, with a smile, reach down to release it back into the lake.

Pool opens under sunshine and warm temps

Pool opens under sunshine and warm temps

The Lodge Pool is a popular amenity for Canyon Lake residents – especially at this time of year when warm temperatures are a tantalizing foretaste of summer. On Monday, March 17, the pool officially opened for the 2014 season. According to Pool Administrator Valerie Grillo, the morning began with a "pretty good turnout" for the Water Aerobics class, especially since there was a minor problem w …

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Looking back at March of past years

Looking back at March of past years

Here's a look at what was happening in the month of March over the last 40 years in Canyon Lake. 40 Years Ago In 1974, Canyon Lake was six years old. The Fireside and Lakeside Rooms of the Lodge were the scenes of numerous banquets, plays, parties, dances, lunches, dinners and even weddings. The Quail Valley Volunteer Fire Department was called to take care of various community emergencies suc …

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JWC to host 5th annual Charity Golf Tourney

Golfers will want to mark their calendars for the Jr. Women’s Club (JWC) 5th annual Charity Golf Tournament on March 29 at the Canyon Lake Golf Course. In addition to golf, con …


Support CLCC youth with Goodwill donation

Canyon Lake Community Church will be holding a Student Ministries' fundraiser on Saturday, March 29, from 8 a.m. to noon. They are asking those interested in participating to rumma …


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 than …


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

After Lunch Bunch Thirty two players showed up last Friday to enjoy a round of golf and the sunny, 75-degree day. The game was Odd & Even and the winners were as follows: 1st – …


Adopt-a-Pet: Robby and Drake

Robby is a 2-year-old, male, blonde Terrier and Poodle mix. He is friendly and playful with a cute underbite. His handlers say Robby would make a great family pet. He will need to …


Do's and don'ts for paying your tax bill

The following Money Management column is provided by Bill Spaniel, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of CPAs as part of the professi …


New mortgage rules protect against risky loans

This Practical Money Matters column is provided by Jason Alderman, director of Visa's free financial education program, Practical Money Skills for Life (www.practicalmoneyskills.co …