Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Monday, Jan. 14 to 21, 2013: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Jan. 17 — Walk-in medical aid. Jan. 17 — Medical aid, Marian View Drive, Idyllwild. Jan. 17 — Hazardous condition, Cedar Street, Idyllwild. Jan. 18 — Medical aid, Country Club Drive, Idyllwild. […]
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Gary Fox of Cathedral City was with his Rottweiler and neighbor for an afternoon of fishing at Lake Fulmor Friday. Fox was walking down an icy path with his dog and slipped, suffering a laceration and a possible broken femur. Idyllwild Fire was summoned to transport him to Desert Regional Medical Center.
Court records recently confirm sentencing details for Alfredo Tartaglia, 26, of Idyllwild. According to the record of proceedings held on Thursday, Jan. 10, Tartaglia withdrew his not guilty plea for assault of a person by force and entered a plea of guilty to a violent felony. The court denied probation and imposed a medium sentence […]
We’re getting a community center,” replied Chris Trout, when asked what do you want the community to know …
Students pitted their skills against each other in friendly competition at the Idyllwild School Spelling Bee on Thursday …
The underground storage tank cleanup site at the Pine Cove Market was to have been closed by now. In late October, the county Department of Environmental Health was to issue a notice requesting comments on its plan to close the case. Unfortunately, the announcement was never posted properly and the process had to be restarted. […]
The lawsuit filed ostensibly by David Roy against the Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce, as directors and as individuals, has been costly to date, for the defendants in court fees and now, for Roy, in penalties.
There was an audible gasp when Mountain Battalion Chief Gregg Bratcher announced to a packed Town Hall meeting that there are two more confirmed Goldspotted oak borer infected trees in Idyllwild …
Pine Cove Water District General Manager Jerry Holldber reported to his board that the district is in solid financial shape, with $265,000 in liquid reserves as of Dec. 31, with 57 percent of projected fiscal 2012/2013 revenues yet to be received.
After five months of the fiscal year, Idyllwild Fire Department has spent about 47 percent of its projected budget. Total expenditures through November were about $800,000, of which nearly 70 percent ($563,000) was for salaries and benefits.