“Whoa! That must have been the Big One! I’ve been tossed 10 feet across the room and can see a mess and broken windows all around me. Good, things have stopped shaking now and I can get up and walk.
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Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Monday, Feb. 25 to March 4, 2013: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Feb. 27 — Medical aid, Saunders Meadow Road, Idyllwild. Feb. 27 — Medical aid, Deerfoot Lane, Idyllwild. Feb. 28 — Medical aid, Marian View Drive, Idyllwild. March 3 — Medical aid, […]
The diva Miss Jezabelle, purrs, “If you are a lover of the feline crowd, you simply have to walk through the ARF cattery door and you’re in cat heaven. You will either stay here forever, or you will not be able to resist gathering a couple of these fur babies into your arms forever.” For […]
Between 1925 and 1960, Idyllwild became widely known as a center for the manufacture of craftsman-style furniture. Hal Holcomb, “the Rustic Man,” started it around 1923 with his manzanita creations. When Holcomb moved away in the early 1930s, Ellis Griest and his Woodland Craft products came to the fore. But the master of the trade […]
A Celebration of Life will be held for Richard Lewis “Wayne” Parker at the Idyllwild Arts Academy Fireside Room in Nelson Hall (changed from Stephens Recital Hall) at 4 p.m. on Friday, March 8, followed by a dinner.
Fifteen Idyllwild Middle School students are learning and practicing philanthropy as part of a Youth Grantmakers program …
My husband Chuck and I have been residents of Fern Valley for 13 years. We have a small 3-1⁄2-pound Yorkshire Terrier dog. We are well aware of the environment in which we live and do everything we can to protect her. We never let her out in our small enclosed back yard area without being […]
65 years ago – 1948 The proprietor of Thorn’s General Store, Pine Cove, advertised, “I’ll sell you stuff if you’ll hunt me up. It’s too cold to be at the store every day.” 60 years ago – 1953 Ernie Maxwell was a member of the snow crew team that trekked Tahquitz Valley to complete the […]
The Forest Service needs volunteers to help count bald eagles for the annual winter bald eagle counts in and near the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains. Saturday, March 9 is the final count of the 35th season of bald eagle counts. The first two days, in December and January, successfully spotted local eagles. The […]
Kicking off Idyllwild’s gardening season (Yes! … It is time to think tomatoes) the Idyllwild Garden Club invites everyone to their annual March Soup-er meeting, noon, Tuesday, March 5 at the Community Presbyterian Church, 54400 N. Circle Dr., door on lower level. A hot buffet of soups, breads and desserts will be followed by our […]