Supplies are lower than usual this year at the HELP Center. In the spirit of the holidays, we would like to encourage our neighbors on the Hill to join us in contributing generously to those who are in need.
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J.P. Crumrine is editor of the Town Crier. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well, we’re approaching the end of 2012 and the beginning of a new year — 2013. As I mentioned last week, that’s just fodder for journalists to write comparisons.
Lauren Salter, USA skeleton athlete, has just finished the first half of her third season. In this time, she has already made the national development team, while being one of the youngest competing sliders. Her most recent competition was two weeks ago in Whistler, Canada, one of the sites of the 2010 Winter Olympics. This […]
Editor’s note: Dr. Raul Ruiz, our congressman-elect, participated in a telephone interview, Friday, Dec. 14, just weeks before he will be sworn into office as the representative of California’s 36th Congressional District, in which the Hill is located. We discussed the campaign, in which he upset incumbent Mary Bono Mack, and his views and feelings […]
National Weather Service San Diego CA 5 a.m. pst Monday Dec 17 2012 Riverside County mountains Breezy with moderate precipitation amounts for tonight through Tuesday evening… A pacific weather system will move through southwest California late tonight through Tuesday evening with the main precipitation impacts late tonight through Tuesday morning and the main wind impacts […]
Winter weather message National Weather Service San Diego CA 1:17 pm pst Thursday, Dec 13, 2012 Cold pacific storm will continue to produce wintry weather in the mountains through this evening. A cold pacific system will continue to deepen south along the California coast today before moving inland across southern California this evening into tonight. […]
At its Nov. 27 meeting, the Idyllwild Fire Commission approved a pilot project to use water tenders from Messina Water Service as resources available nationally for major fires. Last week, Idyllwild Fire Chief Patrick Reitz and Dan Messina discussed the venture in more detail with the Town Crier.