A fund to help Idyllwild residents by restocking the Idyllwild HELP Center’s pantry is underway at www.gofundme.com/3o271o.
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By Shanna Robb Special to the Town Crier According to The American’s for the Arts, a nationally recognized organization, “Public art activates the imagination and encourages people to perceive more deeply the environment they occupy.” Art projects, such as Idyllwild Deer Sightings, help stimulate the local economy and provide an avenue for residents to […]
Residents of California’s 36th Congressional District who lost homes or businesses in the recent wildfires may be eligible for federal assistance. The office of Dr. Raul Ruiz (D-Palm Desert) is available to assist those affected by damage to homes or businesses with claims to the Small Business Administration. Also, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has […]
The Mountain Fire’s cause is still under investigation. The only investigative information that has been released is that the cause was an electrical equipment failure on private property. The Town Crier will report when the investigation is complete.
Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Tuesday, Sept. 18, to Monday, Sept. 25: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Sept. 18 — Smoke or odor removal, Idyllwild. Sept. 19 — Smoke scare, odor of smoke, Idyllwild. Sept. 19 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Sept. 21 — Traffic collision with injuries, Pine Cove. […]
California Secretary of State Debra Bowen reminded Californians that Sept. 24, 2013, was National Voter Registration Day, a time to register to vote or check one’s voter registration. “The first step in making sure you’re ready to take part in next year’s statewide gubernatorial election is to register to vote and there is no better […]
Reunited this week were Chacarro and Zoe, and the three related dogs lost in Pine Cove. Ladybug can be a lady most of the time. But bring out the football, Frisbee or anything that even looks like a toy, and she’s ready with all fours to play. She is a young shepherd/husky-mix abandoned at our […]
The San Bernardino National Forest is offering a fee-free day on Saturday, Sept. 28, in conjunction with the 20th-annual National Public Lands Day, the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands. No Adventure Pass is required for using standard amenity fee sites that day, whose focus is to instill a sense of shared stewardship […]
The Southern California Air Quality Management District offers a leaf blower exchange program for professional landscapers and gardeners within a four-county area, including Riverside County. The program allows them to trade in an old leaf blower for a new, low-emission and low-noise model at a 50-percent discount. For more information, sign up for an email […]
65 years ago – 1948 “Ma’s New Husband” was chosen as the first play to be produced by the newly organized Mountain Players. 60 years ago – 1953 More than 150 people pledged $10 each for benches to be placed at the Town Hall campfire area. 55 years ago – 1958 Temperatures dropped […]