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Money for Silver Fire victims

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a $25,000 agreement to provide assistance to low-income victims of the Silver Fire. The State’s Department of Community Services is providing the Community Action Partnership of Riverside County with $15,000 that can help these people with mortgage, rental, utility or food costs. During the Silver Fire several communities, […]

Student of the Week

Student of the Week

Valana Marcus, an eighth grader at Idyllwild School, was chosen student of the week for always doing her personal best. Photo by Jay Pentrack

Zen Mountain Center reaches out for help

Zen Mountain Center reaches out for help

Driving along Apple Canyon Road on the way to the Yokoji-Zen Center, evidence of the disaster that devastated this once lush and beautiful canyon abounds. The Mountain Fire that began July 15 and burned more than 27,000 acres before it was contained some two weeks later had a devastating effect on the area and the […]

Afterschool program at Rustic

From 3 to 6 p.m. beginning Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Rustic Theatre will open its doors after school for kids who need a safe place to be. Owners Phil and Barbara Calderone and Cheryl Vladika are setting up tables and chairs for games, Xbox and even homework help. For more information, call the Rustic Theatre […]

Idyllwild Community Fund 2013 grantees

Idyllwild Community Fund 2013 grantees

AND THE
WINNERS ARE…

From left to right
Top row:
Isis Theatre Company Board President Suzanne Avalon; Friends of San Jacinto Mountains County Parks representative Jan Jaspers Fayer; Idyllwild School smArts Program representatives Mallory Cremin and Christina Nordella.

Middle row:
Mountain Disaster Preparedness President Mike Feyder; Idyllwild Youth Grantmakers Adrian Hernandez and Chance Vladika; Human Rights Counsel of Greater Hemet Valley, San Jacinto, and Menifee Regions Patty Caratello and Mary Morse.

Bottom row:
Idyllwild Scholarship Fund representative Jayne Davis; Idyllwild Arts Foundation representatie Mallory Cremin; Gary Kuscher, Art Alliance of Idyllwild president.

Photos by Jay Pentrack

Shut Down

Shut Down

The shutdown of the federal government reaches all the way to Idyllwild. The U.S. Forest Service San Jacinto Ranger District office shut down Tuesday afternoon. Fire suppression and law enforcement services are exempt from the federal shutdown. Trails and some campgrounds remain open. Photo by J.P. Crumrine

Classy Awards

Classy Awards

Sixth, seventh and eighth graders in Lenore Sazer’s classes receive awards Friday for their work in math and science.

Tanner Torrez, left, and Jayden Emerson, below, Hemet High School juniors, led the school’s cross-country team to a third-place finish in Saturday’s Hemet Invitational. Twelve schools entered. Tanner finished third and Jayden was fourth in the boys’ junior-senior race. They both ran their fastest times of the season and career. Other Idyllwild runners include junior […]

Community Calendar: 10.03.2013

Wednesday, Oct. 2 • Idyllwild Rotary Club, 7:30-9 a.m. American Legion Post 800, 54360 Marion View Dr. • Town Crier News Meeting, public welcome, 8:30 a.m. Newspaper office, 54425 N. Circle Dr. • Creekside Writers, 9 a.m.-noon. Call 659-2844. • Pain Without Meds Group, 10 a.m. Community Room, Idyllwild Library, 54401 Village Center Dr. • […]

Historic board tours district

  The Local Review Board for the Idyllwild Historic Preservation District toured the District before its September meeting. Guiding the board were Keith Herron, the County’s Historic Preservation Officer, and Casey Tibbet, a consultant with LSA consultants, who conducted the originally historic resource survey of Idyllwild. They felt it was very beneficial, according to Board […]

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