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Mountain Folk: September 26, 2013

Mountain Folk: September 26, 2013

Savannah and Herb Jeffries, the Buckaroo Cowboy of old-time movies and crooner of  “Flamingo” with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, arrived in Idyllwild Monday night to celebrate Herb’s 100th birthday on Tuesday. The Jeffries are former residents who now live in the Midwest … A former Idyllwild Arts Academy bassoonist was featured in the Sept. 15 […]

Sports: Golf

Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, reports on the Friday, Sept. 20, golf tournament at the Menifee Lakes Country Club Lakes Course. The association’s regular monthly tournament was held in conjunction with the second round of match-play playoffs for the Club Champion title. The morning round was played under a canopy of […]

Nestande opens San Jacinto office

Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 2, Assemblyman Brian Nestande opens a new satellite office in San Jacinto. The 42nd Assembly District covers a large geographic area and the office will make it easier for constituents to communicate with their representative. This is in addition to the Palm Desert and Hemet offices, and the new satellite office in […]

Supervisor’s schedule

Riverside County Third District Supervisor Jeff Stone will be at the Idyllwild Library from noon to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, and from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, to meet with consitutents. He also will be at his Hemet office from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. To make an appointment, call […]

I wrote some headlines I’d rather forget

 By Vince Lovato Crier Interim Operations manager (Editor’s warning: Some of the content in the following column might not be suitable for some readers. Reader discretion is advised.) When I was much younger, I was left alone a lot to produce weekend newspapers so the vets could have their days off. But I had a […]

FCC technician classes

Idyllwild’s Mile High Radio Club is in the planning stages of conducting an amateur radio operator’s licensing class. This class is aimed at beginners who would like to hold an FCC technician class radio license. The cost is $32 for the first 20 applicants to cover the examination process fee and study manual. The FCC […]

Helping restock the HELP Center

A fund to help Idyllwild residents by restocking the Idyllwild HELP Center’s pantry is underway at

The art of protecting public art

The art of protecting public art

  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 […]

Ruiz’s office helping fire victims

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 […]

Mountain Fire investigation

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.

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