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Hemet students attending Idyllwild School

he No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has finally had an effect on Idyllwild School beyond spring’s standardized testing. Eleven students from other Hemet Unified School District schools began attending Idyllwild Monday and three more are expected, according to Idyllwild Principal Matt Kraemer. The NCLB law permits parents of students whose schools have not […]

Sportland opened in 1962

Sportland opened in 1962

Right: Owners Avery and June Fisher inspect the newly remodeled kitchen at the Sportland complex (circa 1962). File photo   Below: The Little Gable Gallery opens in Sportland (circa 1962). A revisit of Idyllwild’s Sportland will appear in next week’s issue. File photo

Francophonie

Francophonie

Celebrating eight years, Francophonie members meet for lunch at Café Aroma last week. (From left) Claudine La Force, Herve Le Mansec, Mara Schoner and Monique Zander. Members not pictured are Hubert Halkin, Jan Ulrich, Francoise Frigola, Michele Marsh and Summer Brown. Photo by Jay Pentrack

Xbox at the Rustic

Xbox at the Rustic

Kids got to hook up an Xbox 360 to the big screen at the Rustic Theatre Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 8, during the first afterschool program. Kids hang out and play video games on the big screen. Board and card games were also available during the afterschool program. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Control over chaos

Control over chaos

At left, Earth Witness Foundation founder Christina Nordella spoke Friday night at St. Hugh’s Episcopal Church. Nordella spoke of her experiences with chaos and all the fundamental tools she’s learned along the way. Sam Crowell was the keynote speaker during the event and musician Darian Martus was the special guest performer. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Quilt Show

Quilt Show

  Above, more than 100 quilts were on display at the Idyllwild Autumn Quilt Show held at the Buckhorn Camp on Saturday and Sunday. Mountain Quilters of Idyllwild held the annual event. Photo by John Pacheco  

Art Walk and wine

Art Walk and wine

Foster Farms tied to salmonella outbreak

On Oct. 10, the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service reviewed the safety plan Foster Farms put forth to avoid closing three of its California plants located in Livingston and Fresno. Foster Farms has implemented several safety controls over the last 60 days and will install added processes during an enhanced inspection period over the […]

Off the leash: Covered Bridge Festival…

I am writing this month’s article from Winterset, Iowa, where my sister and I are attending the annual Covered Bridge Festival. Winterset is my mother’s hometown. Four generations of my family have lived here since the mid-1800s. My mother died 40 years ago. Coming back here for a long, overdue visit has caused me to […]

The Duke

The Duke

Country star and Nashville recording artist Duke Michaels entertains the crowd at Jo’An’s Friday night. Michaels also will perform Saturday, Oct. 19 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on the outside stage. Photo by Jay Pentrack

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