Gerry High paints a nature scene on the floor inside the Idyllwild Nature Center where he is in the beginning stages of creating an educational exhibit featuring photographic depictions of the ecological and social history of our mountains. High hopes to have the exhibit complete by Memorial Day weekend to unveil during the annual Wildflower Festival.
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On behalf of the Idyllwild Rotary, Gary Glasheen presents a $5,000 check to Jayne Davis for the Idyllwild Scholarship fund.
This past week I took another trip out to Joshua Tree. On the Hill, I saw the first lilac flowers of the season and took a trip to Garner Valley. It was a great week with warm days and not too cool mornings, which all seemed to come to an end Sunday afternoon when thick […]
Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Monday, April 8 to 15, 2013: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance April 8 — Medical aid, Eagles Nest, Pine Cove. April 9 — Medical aid, Highway 243. April 10 — False alarm, Pine Crest Avenue, Idyllwild. April 11 — Medical aid, Fairway Drive […]
65 years ago – 1948 The Town Crier reported that Editor Ernie Maxwell’s cat had five new kittens. 60 years ago – 1953 Sunset magazine featured an article about Idyllwild. 55 years ago – 1958 Actor David Niven stopped at Doro’s Market and visited for a while. 50 years ago – 1963 Five Orange County […]
Above, a four-door black Mazda overturned on Highway 243 around 7:30 a.m. Monday, April 15. Lori Ferro confirmed the driver was a daughter Christina Rizk and that she was uninjured in the crash. Ferro said Rizk said the roads were wet and it was foggy at the time of the rollover.
On the way to the dump — or transfer station — local resident Pat Smith saw a truck parked on the side of the road not far from the entrance of the transfer station on Saunders Meadow Road. He spoke to the Transfer Station manager carrying trash and hazardous waste from the side of the road. Here are six gallons of unexplained chemicals dumped, along with electronics and batteries, all of which are considered hazmat items. “People are getting too lazy to go the extra 500 feet to the transfer station and dispose of trash there,” Smith wrote. “I just wish people would realize that we are all guardians of the forests.”
She bounded into our life amidst sadness and immediately won our hearts. We knew, from the start, this little “spirit of gold” … “Kula” is the Hawaiian word for “gold” or “yellow” … was not just any puppy. It didn’t take long for her to catch up with our 2-year-old, Benika, and become the “alpha of the pack.” She was so smart and loved people so much that we soon realized she belonged at “The Spruce Moose.”
Idyllwild School has now opened its door for Kindergarten Fall Registration …