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The Anza Valley monument is finally complete on the east side of town on Highway 371. Anza has scheduled an unveiling 2 p.m. Thursday, April 11 at the sign. Supervisor Stone as well as all the people who volunteered time and materials to make this project a reality will be there.
This mountain and mountain community will miss the kind face, the engaging spirit and generous contributions Viv Larson has shared with us for over 20 years. After an accepting yet vigorous struggle with lymphoma cancer, Viv died peacefully in her sleep early Saturday morning. Her friends were with her; the Alleluia Chorus was playing in […]
Forest Service fire crews are planning to burn approximately 400 to 600 acres near Lake Hemet during the week of April 15. The Bonita Vista Burn is dependent upon weather and conditions and would occur throughout the week. Smoke and flames will be visible to residents and motorists along Highway 74 in Garner Valley as […]
The last day to file 2012 federal and state income tax forms without requesting an extension is Monday, April 15, 2013. The U.S. Postal Service encourages tax filers to plan well in advance of the deadline. In the Inland Empire, only the San Bernardino Processing and Distribution Center will be extending retail service on April […]
To my town: I joined the chamber because I was involved in the business community and I love this town. I wanted to bring town businesses together, I wanted it to be fun like it used to be, where the business owners were a close-knit community who looked out for each other and worked to […]
By Jared Dillon 1842 is an important year in the world of beer. In the small Bohemian village of Plzen, Josef Groll would create the style of beer which we call Pilsner. Groll had been contracted by a group of unhappy brewers who did not like the style of beer they were drinking and producing. […]
Paws up to you, Mayor Max, as you cross the rainbow bridge, from Mama Sandy, Winston, Oreo and Shannon, Betty and Adora Rayne. Adopted this week was Cupcake, one of the five cats abandoned on the ARF porch. Found near Humber Park is a young, unneutered male terrier mix. Please call ARF to identify. We […]
Idyllwild Fire Protection District employee expenses reported to the State Controller. The total salaries, wages and benefit costs for 2011 were $1,380,845.
By the Fire Dog, as interpreted by Patrick Reitz, Idyllwild Fire Chief Water – that precious resource we need to live. While we can live weeks without food, we can only live days, and in some cases less without water. In the case of a disaster, it can be the dividing line between survival or […]