Enjoy live theater, drive-in movie in one weekend

Enjoy live theater, drive-in movie in one weekend

Officially, this is the final weekend of summer, and there are two community events to end the season on a high note. First is Canyon Lake Community Theatre's production of "9 to 5" at the Lodge, and second is the Street Carts' "Drive-in Movie Night at Sierra Park. The curtain is set to rise tonight, September 19, at 7:30 p.m. on the hilarious and fun-filled musical comedy, "9 to 5," with a cast…

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Thieves caught on video stealing campaign signs

Who wants to risk a criminal record over the theft of campaign signs? Security cameras at a home on Canyon Lake Dr. North clearly captured the theft of signs fr…

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Voters have several opportunities to meet candidates

The survival of Canyon Lake as an incorporated city likely will be determined in the next four years; which makes the November 4 election a critical one as vote…

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Weather goes from calm to calamitous in minutes

Canyon Lakers experienced a relatively brief period of intense weather on Tuesday afternoon as a thunderstorm rolled through the area during an otherwise clear …

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Photo of the Week

Between the Turf Reduction Program and the over-seeding coming up in October, the Golf Course is much in the news these days. But for photographer Judy Huth, it's just a beautiful place to take pictures. On this particular day, she was pleased to capture a small rainbow just above the lake.

New 2014-2015 Royal Court is crowned

New 2014-2015 Royal Court is crowned

"The Fabulous Fifties" was the theme for this year's Miss Canyon Lake Scholarship Pageant, held Saturday, September 13. While temperatures sizzled outside, spirits soared inside the Lodge, where young ladies and their adult counterparts participated in the longstanding tradition of preparing for the talent show, practicing their moves, interviewing with judges and enjoying the happy company of oth …

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Looking back at September of past years

Looking back at September of past years

Here are a few of the people and events reported in the month of September over the past 40 years. 40 Years Ago In 1974, local residents were concerned over security in the Campground, and officials were planning to curtail issuance of keys to the North and East Gates. A dune buggy was purchased in order to better patrol the perimeter of the fledgling gated community. The POA Bard passed reso …

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Alum treatment of the lake set to begin Monday

Aquatechnix trucks and boats will be back in town next week, as the third alum treatment is scheduled to run Monday through Friday, September 22 to 26 (barring unforeseen weather e …


Movie Reviews by Reel People: 'The Drop'

Movie Reviewers, The Friday Flyer “The Drop” is a dark, suspenseful thriller featuring working class people struggling on the mean streets of Brooklyn. The story is also a cas …


Canyon Lake Entrepreneurs: Keith Kessinger

Meet Keith Kessinger, Canyon Lake resident, professional musician and private music teacher. Keith, who is originally from San Diego, California, has been a resident of Canyon Lake …


Relay for Life is coming October 11 and 12

Participants and donors are invited to get involved in Lake Elsinore's American Cancer Society Relay for Life, to be held at Canyon Lake Middle School on Saturday and Sunday, Octob …


In Memoriam: Harold Johnson

Harold (Hap) R. Johnson passed away on September 10, 2014. He was born in Irvington, New Jersey on December 14, 1919 to parents Edward Johnson and Rose Johnson. Hap was drafted b …


In Memoriam: Kathy Brown

Kathy Brown, wife of Mayor Pro Tem Tim Brown, passed away on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 after fighting complications from abdominal surgery for many months. She was 65 years ol …


In Memoriam: Luverne and Ken Alrick

Luverne Edith Alrick and her husband Ken Alrick peacefully passed away from natural causes in Hemet, California; she on August 23, 2014, and he on September 8, 2014. They were hap …


In Memoriam: Frank Kovar

Frank Kovar was born December 13, 1919 in Southing, Ohio. He passed away on September 4, 2014. Frank and his wife Lillian lived in Canyon Lake for 28 years before moving to Sun Cit …


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

Hole-in-One Canyon Lake resident Steve McCain made a hole-in-one on September 15 at the Black Butte Ranch Glaze Meadow Golf Course in Oregon. This feat was achieved on the 170-yar …


It really is "a dog's life" in Canyon Lake

Canyon Lakers love their dogs! For many, they are canine kids and treated as part of the family. Dogs can be found almost everywhere in the community – riding in golf carts, boa …


AFV 'Pet Pin-Up' Calendar

Animal Friends of the Valleys is getting ready to create their 2015 Pet Calendar. Entris are just $10 each, and all proceeds benefit the animals. • All entry photos must be in c …


Don't be surprised by retiree healthcare costs

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