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JP Crumrine is news editor of the Idyllwild Town Crier newspaper.

Dan Ball, former journalist, to challenge Ruiz

Several Republicans competing in June primary A second Republican has announced his intent to challenge Congressman Dr. Raul Ruiz. Dan Ball, former news anchor at desert...

Jo’An’s to become Idypark soon

As reported last week, Jo’An’s has sold. Dave and Loie Butterfield, who own Idypark LLC which purchased the property, plan to raze the building...

Park Service wants to nearly triple peak entrance fees at high-use...

Joshua Tree is one that is targeted The National Park Service is proposing to establish peak-season entrance fees for the 17 most-visited parks. A public...

Traffic accident early Wednesday morning

According to witnesses and the California Highway Patrol website incident information, Ryan Nick Smith, 24 of Pine Cove, was involved in a solo traffic...

Cannabis dispensaries closed

The Riverside County Code Enforcement office has said that the three marijuana (cannabis) dispensaries in Idyllwild agreed to close. “Site investigations at each of...

2017 a busy fire season for IFPD, but no Hill fires

Fire season 2017 had been very busy at Idyllwild Fire Department and it continued during Battalion Chief Mark LaMont’s discussion of the season. In the...

County cautiously pursuing authority to supply electricity

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors moved one step closer to becoming an electric-power provider for the unincorporated areas of the county, largely replacing...

Park to replace Jo’An’s

As reported last week, Jo’An’s has sold to Idypark LLC, which belongs to Loie and Dave Butterfield. As he said, the restaurant will not...

High wind + low moisture = Red Flag Warning

While the National Weather Service is forecasting the development of a La Niña weather pattern for this winter, below-normal precipitation has already begun. While spring...

Expect La Niña to return

Below normal rainfall? To be sure, Halloween is next week and Thanksgiving is coming quickly. But the National Weather Service’s winter 2017-18 forecast is not...

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