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Baseball sign-ups extended until April 25

Town Hall coed youth baseball sign-ups have been extended through April 25, according to Bill Brown, Riverside County’s County Service Area administrator. The Town Hall advertisement in the April 10 issue of the Town Crier read, “Unfortunately, this season has been canceled due to lack of enough players …“ That decision has been reversed and […]

News of Record: April 17, 2014

Fire log The Idyllwild Fire Station responded to the following calls, Tuesday, April 8, to Monday, April 14.   Idyllwild: • April 9 — False alarm. • April 10 —  Three medical aids. • April 11 — Medical aid. • April 12 — Two medical aids. • April 13 — Three medical aids.   Sheriff’s […]

Creature Corner: April 17, 2014

Creature Corner: April 17, 2014

Hey … it’s Ethel with a big smile. But where’s Fred? Oh, Fred was adopted? Yea and high five to you, Fred, for being on your best behavior. He is now in the best forever and ever home. Ethel was absolutely fine with it all, even though she didn’t get to go, too. Ethel is […]

Past Tense: April 17, 2014

Past Tense: April 17, 2014

65 years ago – 1949 The new school building, housing second- through seventh-grades, was being readied for an open house.   60 years ago – 1954 Parents and PTA members voted to recommend that seventh-grade students be sent to Hemet Junior High School the next year on a one-year trial basis.   55 years ago […]

County fire doubles crews at Pine Cove

County fire doubles crews at Pine Cove

Another fire engine and crew has been added to the Riverside County Fire Station 23 in Pine Cove. Also, an engine and crews are supplementing the Station 53 (Garner Valley) staff, Cal Fire Mountain Battalion Chief Sean Dakin said at last week’s County Service Area 38 meeting. “There will be six people at the station […]

RMRU has two rescues this week

The Riverside Mountain Rescue Unit was involved in two successful rescue efforts this weekend, both of which exemplified the problems hikers can encounter when they go off on trek without being fully prepared. The first started about 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12, after the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway received a call from three lost hikers. […]

At the Idyllwild Library this week: April 17, 2014

This is National Library Week. Visit our library and see what new features it has to offer. From 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, Maria Reyes will offer her weekly Spanish language class for homeschoolers, a program designed for children but to which the whole community is welcome. From 1 to 2 p.m. […]

Edison planned outages continue

Another power outage affecting the town business area and many residential neighborhoods is planned between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 16. Several smaller and limited outages have also occurred since the April outage, which affected much of the local area, including Pine Cove. One outage affected about 15 customers on Marion View Drive […]

Matter of fact

In last week’s issue on page 3, the Town Crier incorrectly reported that an Adventure Pass is not needed on the San Bernardino, Cleveland, Los Padres and Angeles national forests over Easter weekend. An Adventure Pass is needed within those  national forests this weekend. Only the National Park Service is offering free entry to its […]

IFPD accepts 2012-13 audit; dismisses auditor

The Idyllwild Fire Protection District Commission accepted its 2012-13 audit and decided to seek a new auditing firm at the board’s April 8 meeting. Before discussing the district’s financial condition, which continues to deteriorate, Fire Chief Patrick Reitz said, “I want to publicly admonish RAMS [Rogers, Anderson, Malody and Scott, LLP, the district’s auditors since […]

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