Happy New Year 2013 to all from the many faces at ARF including our four-leggeds. Oreo, Sandy, Dillon, Noah, Rachel, Olivia, Betty, Snowball, Faith, Winston, Sally and Girl. Pepper, Carly and Sadie, Heidi, Meow Meow, Midnite, Momma Pepper, Mrs. Magu, Tommy and Twiggy are all us for adoption. ARF has many cats and dogs available […]
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ARF had one wish for Santa: Please give just one dog a forever home. And we got our wish. Domino, our Lab mix, was left to die without food, water, or human contact for five days until an angel rescued and brought her to ARF. It was love at first sight, even through the window, […]
Ann Lumsden, 88, of Boulder, Colo., died Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, at Boulder Manor Nursing Home. Ann was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., in 1923, but spent most of her life in Southern California. She was a professional singer for many years. She met her late husband, William Lumsden, a paratrooper in World War II, […]
Are you passionate about volunteering in your community to assist the first responders before, during or after a man-made or natural disaster or emergency? Join Riverside County Fire-Office of Emergency Services Disaster Corps Volunteer Program.
Hill businesses and institutions that will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 1, to observe the New Year’s Day holiday: Area post offices BBVA Compass Bank Fern Creek Medical Center Fern Valley Water District Idyllwild Health Center Idyllwild Library Idyllwild Pharmacy Idyllwild Transfer Station Mt. San Jacinto State Park U.S. Forest Service These will be closed Monday […]
What makes the United States Armed Forces the greatest government entity in the world and is the very reason why Idyllwild Fire should be dissolved? [The answer is] objectivity and reproducibility or in this case a lack thereof. It’s not about cost or who is employed. Can Idyllwild Fire objectively replace its three captains at […]
The Riverside County Waste Management Department is working with the California Department of Fish and Game to collect Christmas trees at county landfills and provide them for fish habitat. Christmas trees collected at the Badlands, Blythe and Lamb Canyon landfills, through the free Christmas tree drop-off program, will be provided to the Department of Fish […]