Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Monday, March 4 to 11, 2013: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance March 4 — Walk-in medical aid. March 5 —Public service assist, North Circle Drive, Idyllwild. March 6 — Dispatched and canceled en route, McKinney Lane, Idyllwild. March 6 — Dispatched and canceled […]
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Pat Kent, 77, wife of Jim Kent, passed away Saturday night after a long battle with cancer. She was born in Ecorse, Mich., on Feb. 20, 1936. They were married 58 years, and lived in Pine Cove for more than 28 years. Pat retired from North American Rockwell in 1991. She and Jim were blessed […]
Author John N. Maclean speaks to the large audience about his book “The Esperanza Fire” …
In my personal experience, Belgian beers are often regarded as the finest of their craft. Many people have romanticized ideas of monks crafting ales in the walls of monasteries across Belgium. When talking to those involved in the Belgian brewing community, I found a startlingly different opinion. Many craft brewers in Belgium feel the same way many craft brewers in America feel.
Town Hall Sports Coordinator Jeremy Teeguarden reported on Town Hall Adult Volleyball for the weeks of Feb. 25 and March 4. Two games were played during the last week of February. The first match was between the Red Kettle and Idyllwild Garage. The Red Kettle played great in the first game as Matt McDonald set […]
The Idyllwild Scholarship Fund goes back to 1969 when three students were awarded scholarships — one for $250, one for $100, and one was a desk dictionary. The organization has carried on since then as a federally tax exempt 501(c)3 organization. Annually, contributions are nearly $12,000. Many Idyllwild youth have been awarded scholarships to further their educational goals. Last year the Idyllwild community donated well over $11,000.