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Past Tense: Sept 26, 2013

Past Tense: Sept 26, 2013

65 years ago – 1948 “Ma’s New Husband” was chosen as the first play to be produced by the newly organized Mountain Players.   60 years ago – 1953 More than 150 people pledged $10 each for benches  to be placed at the Town Hall campfire area.   55 years ago – 1958 Temperatures dropped […]

Ready, set, prepare Oct. 19

On Sept. 10, Marie Elaine Davis, associate director, Emergency Services for the Red Cross, and Jody Haynes, RN, Disaster Health Services Regional leader, spoke to a group of about 40 concerned Idyllwild residents about “all hazards” preparedness. “From the Red Cross perspective, what we teach communities is to be prepared for any disaster because it […]

OFF THE LEASH: The Candy Cupboard …

When I was a kid we’d hop on a Greyhound bus and take a trip back to my mother’s home town, Winterset, Iowa, and spend the summer. Winterset is a quintessential Iowa farm town that is also home to the famous covered bridges of Madison County. While in Winterset, I’d work the register at my […]

Tree down at Village Hardware

Tree down at Village Hardware

At 7:00 a.m. this morning employees of Village Hardware discovered a downed oak tree on the roof of the store.  The tree knocked power out and by 2:00 p.m., power had not been restored.  Crews are working to remove the tree.  There were no injuries.  The oak tree appeared to come from Village Lane and […]

NEWS OF RECORD: September 19, 2013

NEWS OF RECORD: September 19, 2013

A two-vehicle traffic collision with minor injuries just north of Saunders Meadow Road on Highway 243 created one-lane traffic Monday afternoon. Gabriel Michelle Roberts, 52, of Hemet, was traveling northbound in a Subaru Outback, according to CHP Officer Ron Esparza, when she veered into the southbound lane. Michael Curtis Loften, 18, of Mountain Center, was […]

Capparelli resigns from IFPD

Idyllwild Fire Commissioner Pete Capparelli resigned his position at the conclusion of the Sept. 10 commission meeting. “As of tomorrow [Sept. 11], I tender my resignation to step down from the commission,” he said. Capparelli’s term would have ended the first week of December since he had chosen not to seek re-election. Commissioner Dr. Charles […]

No chunking of Garner Valley roads

Old Morris Ranch and Wagon Wheel roads are the subject of a petition by a group called “Residents, Neighbors and Friends of Garner Valley” that seeks to stop the closure of these back-access roads by the U.S. Forest Service. The Petition has been referred to the office of Congressman Raul Ruiz. Michael Ford of Ruiz’s […]

PAST TENSE: Sept. 19, 2013

PAST TENSE: Sept. 19, 2013

65 years ago – 1948 The dump, the Town Crier learned, was a popular after-dark rendezvous during the summer. Residents were taking guests there to watch the deer feeding. 60 years ago – 1953 A sudden cold snap hit the mountain; the thermometer dropped to 18 degrees at Kenworthy Station in Garner Valley. 55 years […]

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908

Idyllwild School had an API of 908.

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