I take great pleasure in my library — the Idyllwild Branch of the Riverside County Library System. Inasmuch as I am no longer interested in drinking, nor in a good carouse, some of the delights of Idyllwild are beyond my reach, but not the library. And the Idyllwild Library is no less exciting than those […]
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The Los Angeles Marathon was Sunday, March 17, and two Hill residents completed the 26-mile jaunt. In her second marathon, Jana Baker’s time was 4:17:19 and Molly Newman, running her first marathon, completed it in 4:31:01. Running with more than 24,000 other marathoners, both women finished ahead of 18,000 other runners.
The IWD auditor/controller has provided the total employee expenses, not all of which are required to be reported to the California Controller’s Office. IWD’s total wage and benefit costs are about $553,218. The health, dental and vision benefit figures are monthly costs.
Did you feel it? Maybe you heard it? There was a 4.7 earthquake that shook the Hill around 10 a.m. Monday morning. What you may not know is that there was a smaller one at 2.7 about 20 minutes earlier; a 3.0 in the La Quinta area about the same time, and during the next three hours four more “aftershocks” that varied between 2.5 and 2.8 occurred.
Forest Service officials are seeking public comments on the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for a proposed amendment to the Land Management Plans for the four Southern California national forests (the Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres, and San Bernardino). The proposal would change the land use zone allocations for select roadless areas on the four forests. […]
It’s your lucky day! Wear your green and enjoy the March special at ARF. Get double the meow for the price of one. Mr. Grey, Lacki and Meow Meow are just a few of the many furry reasons to come into ARF. The diva Miss Jezabelle purrs, “If you are a lover of the feline […]
65 years ago – 1948 Fire quickly burned more than an acre on the mountainside below Suicide Rock. The snow was too deep to allow pumpers to get close to the fire. 60 years ago – 1953 ISOMATA was growing fast. Enrollment was expected to reach 500 students and the 40 faculty members would equal […]