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There are three infuriating aspects of Michael Rasson’s recent letter [see the Sept. 20 issue of the Town Crier] concerning access to the creek near Idyllwild Pines. First, it’s a cowardly, ad hominem smear (meaning an attack on an opponent’s personal character, rather than the policy or position she or he maintains). Second, it’s not […]
Fall is upon us and with it comes shorter days and colder weather. It is also time for a few reminders about fireplace and heating safety. Now is also the time many of you are firing up those stoves, heaters and fireplaces to fend off the cooler nights. But before you do, make sure that everything is clean and working properly.
The Idyllwild Master Chorale embarks on its 36th season preparing for it’s annual Holiday Concert on Dec. 22 and 23. Rehearsals begin Oct. 2 in the music room at Idyllwild School and on each successive Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. until the concert. Singers interested in joining the Master Chorale are most welcome. […]
As the new treasurer for the Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce, I have taken on the task of recording the finances from the Town Jazz event that took place at the end of August. Since I was not in town at the time, I was told of the event, as well as rumors, that I feel […]
Several dogs were reunited this week with their worried owners. ARF has a Search, Rescue and Reunite Team. Call (951) 659-1122. We also have two found gray and white cats. Introducing the MacLeod Gang: Momma is a 2-year-old Siamese. Sister is a 6-month-old sister from Momma’s previous litter. Mystie and Twilight are 10-week-old female twins. […]
Editor’s note: this letter was originally sent to Bill Brown, CSA Operations Manager, Economic Development Agency, Riverside County. Since the County has taken over recreation, the need for [the CSA 36 Advisory Committee to] meet every month is not needed. I would say no more than four [times] a year unless something special comes up. […]
60 years ago – 1952 Extra game wardens were assigned to the mountains as deer season opened. A record crowd of hunters was anticipated. 55 years ago – 1957 Don and Thelma Frey, Cay Long, Jim Long, Paul Voss, and Chuck and Jo Slaback completed training and qualified as ham radio operators. 50 years […]