Esther Kennedy welcomes people to Spirit Mountain Retreat where a dogwood tree was planted Sunday, April 21. “This gathering of friends is paying tribute to the life of Viv Larson, a woman of many talents who touched many of lives.
Category: Idyllwild News
Share/Bookmark The Community Foundation serving the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino is currently accepting proposals for grants from the Idyllwild Youth Grantmakers Fund through April 30. The Idyllwild Youth Grantmakers Fund provides grants to nonprofits in the Idyllwild community for projects, programs or activities that address issues facing youth such as alcohol and drug […]
Share/BookmarkDavid Jerome, Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce secretary, is preparing for what could be the first meeting of a new Chamber board or the last meeting of the existing Chamber. Jerome is the only director not to have announced his resignation. Because the board cannot function with only one director, Jerome has called a meeting of […]
Share/BookmarkOn Sunday, April 21, Riverside Mountain Rescue Unit members participated in the rescue of dehydrated hiker on the Skyline Trail. The lone hiker, identified as John Cardenas of Indio, used his cell phone to call the Sheriff’s department and request assistance because he was out of water, dehydrated and cramping. California State Park rangers were […]
Share/BookmarkBill Sanborn, Hemet Unified School District trustee since 1991, is resigning from the board effective July 1. Sanborn and his wife, Andrea, have their home on the market and plan to return to Minnesota. Alex, their youngest son, will graduate from Hemet High School this year and matriculate to Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minn., […]
Share/BookmarkIdyllwild Water District will hold a public hearing May 22 on whether to increase water rates 6 percent, 12 percent or not at all. If the district decides on the larger rate increase, some of the additional monies will be used for construction of a long-discussed recycled water facility. In June 2010, the district approved […]
Share/BookmarkThe Hill’s homegrown mountain bike race, the Idyllwild Spring Challenge, is gearing up for its ninth year. The Idyllwild Cycling event is held each year in May on the May Valley trail system from the race’s starting point in the Hurkey Creek campground. The 2013 competition kicks off at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 4, with […]
Gerry High paints a nature scene on the floor inside the Idyllwild Nature Center where he is in the beginning stages of creating an educational exhibit featuring photographic depictions of the ecological and social history of our mountains. High hopes to have the exhibit complete by Memorial Day weekend to unveil during the annual Wildflower Festival.
On behalf of the Idyllwild Rotary, Gary Glasheen presents a $5,000 check to Jayne Davis for the Idyllwild Scholarship fund.