Idyllwild Fire asks county for $450K advance

The Idyllwild Fire Protection District (IFPD) has asked Riverside County for a $450,000 loan. Technically, it might be considered an advance of $450,000 from...

IFPD adopts balanced 2011-12 budget

The Idyllwild Fire Protection District commission approved its final 2011-12 budget this week. The overall budget balances revenues and expenditures are set at $1,687,400...

ICRC regroups with new events: Expands board eligibility

The Idyllwild Community Recreation Council (ICRC) directors previewed new and familiar recreational offerings that promise some fall and winter excitement for Hill residents. They...

PCWD brings water donation to Idyllwild organizations

Last Friday, Jerry Holldber, Pine Cove Water District general manager, and Jerry Johnson, field foreman, delivered and unloaded several cases of Arrowhead bottled water for Idyllwild School. Holldber contacted Arrowhead and received nearly 430 cases of water. Holldber distributed them to Hill organizations such as the Idyllwild and Fern Valley water districts, Idyllwild Fire Department, MDP, RMRU and the Fire Safe Council. Helping Holldber and Johnson, but not shown, was Jeremy Potter.

IFPD Commissioner Ben Killingsworth resigns

(STORY UPDATED Sept. 27, 2011) Idyllwild Fire Protection District (IFPD) Commissioner Ben Killingswoth has resigned. In a terse note to his commission colleagues and the...

Pine Cove water use declining

Pine Cove Water District (PCWD) produced 3.5 million gallons of water during August, which was nearly 1.1 million gallons or 23 percent less than...

Idyllwild Fire’s cash less than $2 6 0,000.

Updated 7 a.m. Sept. 21 IFPD's bank balance is now $20,000, according to Commissioner Ben Killingsworth. At last night's (Sept 20) special meeting, the Commission...

Smart Meter monitoring software now online

Opposition to Smart Meter installation grows

Soroptimist members hear presentation from Exceed

At its Sept. 15 meeting, the Soroptimist International of Idyllwild heard a presentation on Exceed, a division of Valley Resource Center, from speaker Mary Morse.

Mountain Disaster Preparedness members evaluate “Shake-Up”

Following MDP’s Shake-Up 2, which took place Sept. 10, the group held an evaluation meeting Monday evening, Sept. 19.

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