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VIDEO: Snow and 49 degrees

A light dusting of snow fell overhead on the Hill this afternoon, despite the unseasonably warm weather. Forecasters are scratching their heads. The National Weather Service did not see this coming. The snow only lasted for a few minutes and quickly melted after hitting streets and surfaces. NWS foresees sunshine tomorrow and temperatures in the […]

New magazine set to launch May 1

New magazine set to launch May 1

On May 1, the premier issue of Palms to Pines Magazine will be released in Idyllwild, Palm Springs and desert cities, and various high-traffic locations throughout Los Angeles, Riverside and San Diego counties. The magazine will highlight the similarities and contrasts of two popular Southern California destinations — Idyllwild and Palm Springs/desert cities. Published by […]

Creature Corner: Feb. 20, 2014

Creature Corner: Feb. 20, 2014

Hi, everybody. My name is Gizmo. No, I’m not a gadget, but a 1-year-old male boxer-mix who loves to give hugs. I will wag my tail for the treat, play tug of war, go on walks, oh, and did I say give hugs? I am house-trained and I like children and other dogs. And I […]

Past Tense: Feb. 20, 2014

Past Tense: Feb. 20, 2014

65 years ago – 1949 The U.S. Forest Service reported that 90 inches of snow had fallen in Idyllwild since Oct. 1. 60 years ago – 1954 Local children, in the spirit of making this “America’s Cleanest Forest,” launched a cleanup campaign. 55 years ago – 1959 ISOMATA appointed a committee to develop plans for […]

Lecture on Julia Morgan

The Friends of the Idyllwild Library are sponsoring the next in the series of monthly Penelope Engard lectures. Engard will give her next talk at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, in the library’s Community Room on the subject, “Julia Morgan: Architect for San Simeon.” Morgan, as the predominant woman architect of the early 20th century, […]

IMC auditions for 'Into the Woods'

IMC auditions for ‘Into the Woods’

Isis presents 'It's Complicated'

Isis presents ‘It’s Complicated’

Nordella, Sparks shine in 'It Had to be You'

Nordella, Sparks shine in ‘It Had to be You’

Students stage patriotic play

Students stage patriotic play

Arson charges filed against Banning man

On Tuesday, Feb. 11, a criminal grand jury indictment was unsealed and a Banning man arraigned on 13 felony counts connected to nine arson fires in Riverside and San Bernardino counties between 2011 and 2013, the Riverside County District Attorney’s office announced. Six of the fires were in the San Jacinto Mountains. Steven Taylor Rutherford, […]

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