Idyllwild Fire Protection District fire fighters trim the oak tree limbs off power lines and a propane tank at Suburban Propane.
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From 3 to 6 p.m. beginning Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Rustic Theatre will open its doors after school for kids who need a safe place to be. Owners Phil and Barbara Calderone and Cheryl Vladika are setting up tables and chairs for games, Xbox and even homework help. For more information, call the Rustic Theatre […]
Artist Hellen Molles’ logo was chosen for the Art Walk and Wine Tasting wine glasses this year. The Art Alliance of Idyllwild made the selection because her design represents the “Deer Sightings” project recently unveiled. The event is from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, throughout Idyllwild.
65 years ago – 1948 When the landing gear of a crop-dusting plane snapped off a chunk of line in Valle Vista, all of Idyllwild was without electricity. The pilot landed the plane safely. 60 years ago – 1953 The Chamber of Commerce voted to remove the public phone outside of Town Hall because […]
Idyllwild Water District plans a special board meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7, to adopt the new personnel manual. At the 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16 board meeting, the board will hold a public hearing on whether to increase directors’ compensation. Both meetings are at the office’s meeting room.
The Anza Civic Improvement League is holding its annual General Membership meeting at noon on Friday, Oct 4, inside the Little Red Schoolhouse, Minor Park located at the corner of Conteras Road and Highway 371, Anza, CA 92539. For more information, call 951-330-4411 for information or visit www.anzacivic.org.
Melissa Wilson, a teacher at Idyllwild Arts Academy for the past 12 years, has a daughter, Amara, 14, with Type 1 diabetes. Amara has had the disease since age 2-1/2. Mother and daughter, who live on campus, are raising funds for a diabetes alert service dog to help keep Amara safe and healthier overall. These […]
The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey got underway in Riverside County on Aug. 30. The program monitors the health and nutritional status of the U.S. population. Public health officials, legislators and physicians use the information to develop effective health policies and programs.