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FVWD comfortable with current water supply

Fern Valley Water District customers will feel no immediate effect from the statewide drought, according to General Manager Steve Erler. “We’re easily meeting our demands now,” Erler told the FVWD Board of Directors last Friday. “If the drought persists, we’ll assess as we move into spring and summer.” FVWD wells showed little change during January. […]

County budget assumes little revenue growth

Riverside County Executive Officer Jay Orr began his mid-year review report to the Board of Supervisors describing the optimism in Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent 2014-15 budget submission, but didn’t portray the same enthusiasm for the county’s next budget. The county’s fiscal situation, while better than the past five years, only improves at a snail’s pace. […]

Winter Storm warning for Hill from Friday evening through Sunday morning

As of Thursday afternoon, Feb. 27, the National Weather Service still has a flash flood watch for Southern California from the Orange County coastal areas east to the Riverside and San Bernardino county mountains. In addition, a winter storm watch has been issued for the same area Friday evening through Saturday night. The winter storm […]

Traffic accident in Fern Valley

Traffic accident in Fern Valley

According to California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Murawski (center), at least, two occupants were traveling south on Fern Valley Rd. about 10:10 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26 night when the driver appears to have lost control, hitting a tree head on. Idyllwild Volunteer Fire Company Firefighter, Steve Friemoth (left) Murawski and Idyllwild Fire Chief Patrick Reitz […]

Flash flood and winter storm watch for Hill

Flash flood and winter storm watch for Hill

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Southern California …

News of Record: Feb. 27, 2013

News of Record: Feb. 27, 2013

CBD files lawsuit to protect frog’s habitat

The Center for Biological Diversity filed a lawsuit against the U.S Department of the Interior Wednesday, Feb. 12, for failing to develop a recovery plan for Southern California’s mountain yellow-legged frogs. Although the frogs have been protected under the Endangered Species Act for more than a decade, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has yet […]

Snakes arrive early at local animal sanctuary

Snakes arrive early at local animal sanctuary

Rudy Nuñez with a gopher snake he caught unseasonably early.

Rain relief may come this week

Rain relief may come this week

Politicians promise money for disaster relief

New fire abatement funds available

Earlier this month, the Natural Resources Conservation Service announced a multi-year partnership with the U.S. Forest Service to improve forest health and reduce fire threats to communities and landowners on and near several national forests. The San Bernardino National Forest is one of two California projects to receive funding. The other is the Middle Klamath […]

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