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J.P. Crumrine is editor of the Town Crier. He can be reached at jp@towncrier.com.

County Corner: Nov. 22, 2012

The Riverside County Assessor’s office has announced that many fees for county services will increase effective Dec. 7. For example, the fee for a marriage license will be $90. Its current cost is $68, a 32 percent increase. A confidential marriage license will go from $76 to $100. If the county performs the ceremony during […]

Idyllwild Water moving to Stage 1

Idyllwild Water moving to Stage 1

Voluntary reductions urged …

Hemet girls go to state volleyball tourney for 3rd consecutive year

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball team is returning to the CIF tournament for the third consecutive year. This time they will face Cathedral Catholic High School from San Diego in a Division III first round match at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Cathedral Catholic. ON Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs defeated Saddleback Valley Christian […]

Free diabetes screening Thursday at Idyllwild Pharmacy

Free diabetes screening Thursday at Idyllwild Pharmacy

After months of preparation, Idyllwild Pharmacy’s owner Barry Shapiro is offering free screenings for diabetes. He has been working with business partners and local health officials to provide this service to the community. November is American Diabetes Month and on Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., free screenings will be available at the Pharmacy. […]

Hemet Girls Volleyball returns to championship

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball team is returning to the CIF SS finals for the third consecutive year. This time they will face Saddleback Valley Christian High School from San Juan Capistrano in the Division 4AA championship 5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 17 at Cypress College. Last night, the Lady Bulldogs defeated Anaheim Loara High […]

Running sports roundup

Hemet High Boys cross-country The Hemet High School boy’s cross-county team’s season ended at the CIF — SS preliminary races Saturday, Nov. 10. They finished ninth in its heat, but were about a minute short of qualifying for this coming weekend’s CIF-SS cross-county finals. Idyllwild sophomore Jayden Emerson cointinued his streak of sub-16-minute races, but […]

Latest election totals

Raul Ruiz, Democratic challenger, defeated Representative Mary Bono Mack in Tuesday’s race for the 36th Congressional District. Slowly and steadily Ruiz has built a 7,300 vote lead as of Saturday, Nov. 10. But it was on Friday, after the county registrar reported vote totals giving Ruiz a 7,200 vote advantage that the 14-year congresswoman conceded. […]

Hemet girls volleyball moves to semi-finals

Hemet girls volleyball moves to semi-finals

  The Hemet High School girls’ volleyball team defeated Ontario’s Colony High School 3-1, in a quarterfinals match of the CIF-SS Division 4AA tournament Saturday night.   Hemet lost a tight first game easily, 23-25. After trailing in the second game, the Hemet Bulldogs pulled their act together, as coach Janie Washburn has told them […]

Hemet girls volleyball team beats Twentynine Palms in CIF 2nd round match

Hemet girls volleyball team beats Twentynine Palms in CIF 2nd round match

The Hemet High School girls’ volleyball team defeated Twentynine Palms High school, 3-0, in a second match of the CIF-SS Division 4AA tournament last night. Hemet won the first game easily, 25-15. Then they dominated the second game. Tritan Self opened the game serving and only lost her serve after the score was 14-0. Hemet […]

First snow of 2012-13 season may arrive today

First snow of 2012-13 season may arrive today

The National Weather service is predicting winter weather for the Hill later today, Friday, Nov. 9, tonight and tomorrow. In the past 24 hours about one-third of an inch of rain has been recorded at the Forest Service’s Keenwild Ranger Station, which is about 2.89 inches of rainfall since July 1.

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