Share/Bookmark Last week, Gov. Jerry Brown released the revision of his January budget proposal for fiscal 2012-13, which begins on July 1. Unfortunately, the state’s financial conditions have not improved during the past four months. Although Brown stressed that this budget situation is much better than a year ago, he also admitted that the projected […]
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J.P. Crumrine is editor of the Town Crier. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Share/BookmarkOn May 3, the Riverside County district attorney filed a felony charge for unlawful possession of a controlled substance against Idyllwild resident Arthur L. DeRoss. A second charge for misdemeanor being under the influence was also filed. DeRoss pleaded not guilty to both. A felony settlement conference has been scheduled for June 19. Meanwhile DeRoss […]
Share/BookmarkIn a show of unity, 24 Republican women from 17 states in the U.S. House of Representatives today joined together to form the Women’s Policy Committee, a formal Congressional caucus with the goal of raising the profile of GOP women in their roles as lawmakers, highlighting their diverse achievements and providing a unique, unified voice […]
Share/BookmarkOne jury found Chris Duve, 31, not guilty of the 2006 murder of Paul Cline, then 60 and a resident of Old Cary Road in Anza. One day later, a second, separate jury, found Angela Shaver, 46, of Meadowbrook guilty of Cline’s murder in the first degree with enhanced circumstances. Shaver’s formal sentencing, 26 years […]
Share/BookmarkThe board of directors for the Idyllwild Water District is reviewing a draft ordinance for mandatory use of recycled water. Anders Wistrom with Ascend Engineering, the district’s consultant on obtaining state approval for the recycled water facility, prepared the proposal. The district is considering requiring the use of recycled water for agricultural and landscape irrigation, […]
Last week, I took great pleasure sharing with you the number of awards the Town Crier recieved at the recent California Newspaper Publishers Association meeting.
Optimism and good news were prevalent at last week’s Mountain Area Safety Taskforce meeting. Fire officials from forest fire agencies — U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and CAL FIRE — discussed their preparations for the 2012 fire season that has already begun.
Share/BookmarkWhat: A free, two-day event where customers will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with a Bank of America home retention specialists to review their options for home loan modifications or other alternatives to foreclosure. Customers are strongly encouraged to bring a list of documents found at www.bankofamerica.com/homeownerevent. Where: Embassy Suites Palm Desert 700 California […]