On Wednesday evening, Aug. 3, the Idyllwild Fire Protection District election forum attracted more than 40 people to the Idyllwild Nature Center.
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The Idyllwild Fire Protection District (IFPD) election forum is tonight at 5:30 p.m. It will be in the conference room at the Idyllwild Nature Center. State Sen. Bill Emmerson has agreed to moderate the evening. Idyllwild has six candidates for two seats. Both incumbents, Commission President Pete Capparelli and Paul Riggi, are seeking re-election and […]
Heat, thunderstorms, the weather and calendar say August; but Kathy Sacher Wilson says Halloween! She is already preparing the 2011 Idyllwild Haunted Ghost Town. As soon as Ken Dahleen closes his saxophone case and pulls the final acoustical wiring, Wilson wants to begin constructing this year’s primo Halloween event. “It takes a long time to […]
At its July 26 meeting, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors appointed qualified candidates to the boards of several local water districts. The Registrar of Voters recommended their appointment because there were an insufficient number of candidates to hold an election.
“His [Bill Brown, County Service Area operations manager for Riverside County’s Economic Development Agency (EDA)] accusations were not very strong,” said Dawn Sonnier, Idyllwild Community Recreation Council (ICRC) president. Sonnier had been through a turbulent month and stressful week as the County Service Area (CSA) 36 Advisory Committee held a special meeting Wednesday, to hear […]
In what may be the last softball game of the Adult co-ed season, the Idyllwild Tea Company Cubs beat Forest Lumber
Thursday afternoon, July 28, several local citizens approached 3rd District Supervisor Jeff Stone, who was in town for his monthly meeting with Hill residents, to discuss the county’s decision to cancel its recreation management contract with the Idyllwild Community Recreation Council (ICRC). Stone agreed to meet with them later that afternoon and at about 4:30 […]
UPDATE: Aug. 2, 2011, 12 p.m.: Bill Sanborn, HUSD Trustee, said Tuesday afternoon that he expected the new contract to be approved at the Tuesday evening meeting. After three and half hours, the community’s appetite for discussing recreation management was finally sated. Still many left with a disagreeable taste in their mouths. More than 80 […]
Editor’s note: Thom Wallace is the newest member of County Service Area 38 (Pine Cove). Third District Supervisor Jeff Stone recommended his appointment, which the full board approved at its July 12 meeting. Wallace is a former high school teacher and was chairman of the history department for 18 years. This interview occurred on Friday, […]