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News of Record – Dec. 28, 2012

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Tuesday, Dec. 17 to 25, 2012: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Dec. 18 — Medical aid, Dickenson and Glen roads, Idyllwild. Dec. 19 — Medical aid, River Road, Idyllwild. Dec. 19 — Water problem, Marian View Drive, Idyllwild. Dec. 19 — Walk-in medical […]

Salter returns to Idyllwild School to share her story

Salter returns to Idyllwild School to share her story

Lauren Salter (center), an Idyllwild School alum, and now living in Lake Placid, N.Y., spoke to Idyllwild School students about her Skeleton racing adventures on Thursday, Dec. 20, morning. She showed the equipment she uses, including her sled, and gave a slide/video presentation.

Sports Roundup: Town Hall Youth Basketball, Adult Volleyball

Sports Roundup: Town Hall Youth Basketball, Adult Volleyball

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PHOTOS: Idyllwild Master Chorale Winter Solstice and Jazz Fusion

PHOTOS: Idyllwild Master Chorale Winter Solstice and Jazz Fusion

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PHOTOS: Idyllwild Christmas light displays

PHOTOS: Idyllwild Christmas light displays

The Christmas spirit is effusive throughout the Hill …

Santa visits Kids Tree Lighting

Santa visits Kids Tree Lighting

A parade honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe

On Dec. 12, the Queen of Angels Catholic Church will honor Our Lady of Guadalupe with a celebration and parade. It begins at 4:15 p.m. at the Harmony monument. From there, people will process up North Circle Drive to Queen of Angels Church. Besides singers and dancers, six white-gloved young men will carry a statue […]

Fire restrictions lowered on San Bernardino National Forest

With recent rain across the southland, the San Bernardino National Forest officials reduced fire restrictions effective Wednesday, Dec. 5. As a result of lowering the fire restrictions, visitors may have wood and charcoal fires in agency-provided campfire rings at campgrounds, picnic areas and yellow post sites. Recreational target shooting is permitted within designated sites in […]

Opinion: Response to ‘Why unions redux’

Neal Simpson, M.D., Hemet, wrote a rebuttal to Conor O’Farrell’s column about unions. [See the Nov. 29 issue of the Town Crier for Simpson’s view and the Nov. 15 issue for O’Farrell’s original column.] Many of us have watched the TV show “The Big Bang Theory.” My understanding is that Sheldon Cooper should refrain from […]

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