Building Homes for Nature

Come Volunteer or Adopt a New Family Member

Game Group First to Enjoy ‘Seared Living’ Event

Happy Hearts Day!

Building Homes for Nature

Project two participants, from left to right: Curt Kamada, John Gordon, Bridget Robson, David Prewitt, Leslie Gordon, Gary Traux, Jim Hoagland, Bill Robson, and Bob Bohacik James A. Hoagland The…

Come Volunteer or Adopt a New Family Member

Elizabeth Mastro I have been volunteering with Southwest Oasis Labrador Rescue (SOLR) since February 2021, just one month after I moved to the Ranch. I conduct home visits for potential…

Happy Hearts Day!

The Dinking Divas celebrating Valentine’s Day (photo by Andy Abadia)

The Big Disconnect

Rev. Suzanne Marlatt Stewart My observation is that the younger generations are disconnected from themselves and are disconnected from one another. They are more concerned with the people on their screens than in front of their faces. They feel the need to fill every moment of silence with something because they are uncomfortable sitting alone…

Join Us for Trico’s Annual Meeting April 1

At Trico Electric Cooperative, our business model is meant to serve our members. One way we accomplish this is by hosting our annual meeting. Spending time with you and hearing your take on our community’s energy future is important to us. We hope you will be able to attend the Trico Annual Meeting on Saturday,…

You Are Invited—“Exploring the Role of Spirituality in Grief”

Join the Santa Catalina Catholic Church Mental Health Ministry for its March Mental Health Focus: “Exploring the Role of Spirituality in Grief.” Presented by Judy Rossman, a parishioner, Stephen Leader, and a facilitator in GriefShare at Santa Catalina Catholic Church. Everyone grieves differently. We will discuss how the experience of grief challenges our faith, and…

Summer Newspaper Mailing Update

Due to the increased cost of postage, we can no longer forward your newspaper over the summer months (May through September). We invite you to keep up with your friends and neighbors in SaddleBrooke Ranch online at

The Shroud of Turin—a Presentation by Doug Powell

Pam Kravitz The Shroud of Turin has captivated the imagination of Christians since appearing in Europe in the 1300s. The mysterious image of the man on the cloth has defied explanation despite scientific examination. Controversy surrounds the radiocarbon test that dated the cloth to the Middle Ages. As a result, the Shroud is off-limits to…