Mike Freitas submitted this above photo. Liberty and freedom have always been important principals for Idyllwild residents, so I’m sure Paul’s support is broader than the nut gathering population.
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Jeff Peterson’s guitar concert at idyllwild Arts scheduled for Monday, Jan. 23 is in jeopardy, according to Darren Schilling, Director of Marketing for the school. Peterson has recently injured his back and may not be able to travel from Hawaii to Southern California. To be sure about the concert’s status, Schilling suggested people call the […]
The Idyllwild Fire Protection District (IFPD) commission signed a contract with Mike Sherman to be the interim Idyllwild fire chief. Sherman, the former Crest Forest Fire Chief, agreed to the details during the Jan. 10 meeting and signed the 180-day contract before leaving the station that night. Driving to Idyllwild, Sherman planned to say “No” […]
On Monday, I received a question which is below. I responded and asked the writer if she wanted it printed as a letter to the editor. She replied, “Yes, print that as a letter, but only if you give the … reply to the readers that you also gave to me.” So, I’ve printed the […]
Local Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack is planning her re-election strategy. Redistricting resulted in some adjustments to her old 45th District, but the foundation of the desert and Hill communities remained together and unchanged. “I’m really not worried right now,” she said Thursday. Ten months prior to the election, Dr. Raul Ruiz is the announced candidate […]
Public safety and education in jeopardy Gov. Jerry Brown announced his proposed 2012-13 budget last week. The $92.5 billion budget is balanced and could produce a $1.1 million surplus for future reserves. Both the projections and plan are delicately balanced on the assumption that state voters will approve his proposed tax increases on upper-bracket taxpayers […]
Welcome to redistricting, the 2012 version …