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

Idyllwild firefighters agree to 7-percent salary cut

Idyllwild firefighters agree to 7-percent salary cut

Following a closed session, the Idyllwild Fire Commission announced that the career firefighters have accepted a seven-percent pay reduction. The cutback is effective immediately and will first be seen in the March payroll covering the whole month of February. Commission Vice President Dr. Charles “Chip” Schelly thanked the firefighters for helping the district and residents. […]

Application for recycled water plant nearly ready

The Idyllwild Water District Board of Directors approved the next step in their quest for a water recycling facility. The Title 22 Engineering Report has been submitted to the California Department of Public Health and the draft Facility Planning report for the State Water Resources Control Board will be completed this week, according to Anders […]

Bulldogs best Tigers, on to finals

Bulldogs best Tigers, on to finals

The Hemet High School girls varsity soccer team beat South Pasadena today 2-1 in their semifinal game for the 2012 California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section. The championship game will be 5 p.m., Friday, March 2 at the Mission Viejo High School, in Mission Viejo. The Bulldogs’ opponent is St. Margaret’s Episcopal School from San Juan […]

Snow came, Pinyon roads icy

Snow came, Pinyon roads icy

More than a foot of snow fell on Idyllwild and throughout the Hill yesterday and last night. Cal Trans and the county have plowed and cleared most of the roads. A photo of N. Circle looking at the Fort is below. Neither Cal Trans nor CHP are reporting any road closures this morning. Although Idyllwild […]

Hwy. 243 upbound — towards Idyllwild is closed

About 7 p.m., California Highway Patrol reported the closure of Hwy 243 southbound to Idyllwild will be closed indefinitely until the road can be cleared. At about 5:15, CHP reported a hit and run accident, with no injuries. This has resulted in a massive traffic jam on Hwy 243 north to Banning. It is located […]

Spirit Mountain movie canceled

From Esther Kennedy about tonight’s Spirit Mountain Retreat movie: Hello, With the forecast for 100% snow this afternoon and tonight, I am cancelling the movie at Spirit Mountain Retreat for tonight! Our next movie night will be March 26…”The King of Masks!” esther

Winter storm here

Winter storm here

Update 2 p.m., Monday afternoon, Feb. 27 No accumulation yet, snow falling but not sticking. Here’s the Cal Trans update on chains St Route 243 R1 CHAINS OR SNOW TIRES ARE REQUIRED FROM THE Junction of St Rte 74 in MOUNTAIN CENTER TO LAKE FULMOR Winter Storm Warning Winter Storm Warning Urgent – winter weather […]

Forest Service reduces forest restrictions

With recent winter weather across the southland, forest officials on the San Bernardino National Forest reduced fire restrictions Wednesday, Feb. 22 and will resume winter burning projects. “We will continue to monitor the weather and fuel conditions across the landscape and change restriction levels as conditions warrant,” said Fire Prevention Officer Randy Unkovich. Under the […]

Hemet Girls Soccer in semi-finals

Hemet Girls Soccer in semi-finals

Hemet High School’s Varsity Girls’ soccer team defeated la Canada 4-0 Friday and advanced to the semi-finals …

Hemet Girls Soccer in Quarter Finals

Hemet Girls Soccer in Quarter Finals

The Bulldogs triumph advances them to the quarter finals against La Canada, 3 p..m., Friday, Feb. 24 at Hemet Stadium.

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