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Ron Paul support in Idyllwild

Ron Paul support in Idyllwild

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.

Construction begins on new Idyllwild library

Construction begins on new Idyllwild library

Crews are gutting the inside of the Cornet Building, adjacent to Fairway Market, this week to make way for a remodel of the building, which will house the new Idyllwild library. Friends of the Idyllwild Library and residents expect the new library to be open this coming summer.

New board members for Idyllwild Community Fund

New board members for Idyllwild Community Fund

The Idyllwild Community Fund (ICF) Executive Board began its January 2012 meeting with a new slate of officers.

Hill business habitat grows healthier

Hill business habitat grows healthier

Four Corners is busy with the remodeling of the previous Idyllwild Health Center …

Idyllwild fire extinguishes chimney fire

Idyllwild fire extinguishes chimney fire

Idyllwild Fire Protection Department crews responded to a structure fire Thursday around 12:30 p.m. in the 5400 block of North Circle Drive. The house belongs to Lloyd Wood, former Idyllwild Postmaster. His daughter, Linda Richardson, started a fire in the wood burning stove to “take the chill off the house.” The Woods were not home […]

News of Record: Jan. 19, 2012

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Sunday, Jan. 9 to Jan. 15, 2012: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Jan. 9 — Medical aid, Idyllmont Drive, Idyllwild. Jan. 11 — Flammable gas or liquid, Cedar Drive, Idyllwild. Jan. 12 — Smoke or odor removal, Pine Crest Avenue, Idyllwild. Jan. 12 […]

Forest Folk senior group defines objectives

In a strategic plan dated Oct. 2011, Reba Coulter, Doris Telles, and Sandra Wilkes, spokespersons for the nascent senior group Forest Folk, debuted a five-year plan that seeks to serve Idyllwild’s older population. The annotated plan examines the changing population demographic not only in Idyllwild, but in the U.S., with an expanded aging population living […]

HUSD Board defers decision on three-week winter break

HUSD Board defers decision on three-week winter break

The Hemet Unified School District (HUSD) Board of Trustees sent back for administrative consideration a proposal to revise the 2012-2013 school calendar to include a three-week winter break. The motion to revise the school calendar from the existing two-week winter break failed for lack of a motion to approve. Prior to the board’s action, Idyllwild […]

Idyllwild Fire selects Sherman as interim fire chief

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” […]

Red Cross trailer vandalized then removed

Veronica Alt, president of Mountain Disaster Preparedness, reported that the local Red Cross trailer on the Idyllwild Pines property was vandalized sometime after the first of the year. The trailer is stocked with supplies designed to help the community’s medical and survival needs in times of emergency. Because of the vandalism, Red Cross officials moved […]

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