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News of Record: May 10, 2012

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Sunday, April 30 to May 6, 2012: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance April 30 — Medical aid, Pine Crest Avenue, Idyllwild. April 30 — Medical aid, Deer Springs Trail at Highway 243. April 30 — Medical aid, Highway 371, Anza. May 1 — […]

Yellow-legged frog restoration slows, but positive signs show

Yellow-legged frog restoration slows, but positive signs show

The restoration of the Hill’s mountain yellow-legged frog population is continuing although no new releases of eggs are planned for 2012, according to Adam R. Backlin, ecologist at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Western Ecological Research Center in Irvine. “It looks like our captive breeding program this year did not produce as many new frogs as […]

Idyllwild Water OKs Well 23 repairs

At a special meeting, May 3, the Idyllwild Water District set June 19 for a public hearing to discuss stand-by assessment fees for the water and sewer districts. IWD’s proposed $30 fee per acre for each acre of unimproved land or each unimproved parcel has remained unchanged for more than 20 years. A list of […]

Town Crier receives awards

Town Crier receives awards

The Idyllwild Town Crier has again been recognized as an award-winning newspaper. On Saturday, the California Newspaper Publisher’s Association honored the Town Crier with four awards for the period from Nov. 1, 2010 through Oct. 30, 2011. Two were in the photography categories and the others were in writing and website. Cid Castillo earned a […]

Smart art: Who can ask the value?

Smart art: Who can ask the value?

Idyllwild school benefits from activist artists …

Idyllwild Historic District guidelines available online

Design guidelines for the Idyllwild Historic Preservation District are available online at www.rivcoparks.org/2012/05/01/idyllwild-historic-preservation-district-design-guidelines-drafts. This is the final draft of design guidelines that will govern maintenance, additions and remodels of historic district structures within the Idyllwild North Circle business core that forms the major part of the district. A meeting to present those guidelines and explain […]

Sheriff Sniff visits Idyllwild

Sheriff Sniff visits Idyllwild

In a visit to Idyllwild on Wednesday, May 2, Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff talked about budget constraints and the need to return staffing in Riverside County’s unincorporated areas to a minimum of 1 deputy per 1,000 residents. “The strain marks [of current staffing at .9 deputies per 1,000 residents, on the way to .75] […]

Sheriff's Department arrests Ron Kimmerle - again

Sheriff’s Department arrests Ron Kimmerle – again

Riverside Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station deputies arrested Pine Cove resident Ron Kimmerle, 49, on suspicion of making criminal threats, a felony under California Penal Code 422. Hemet Station Special Investigations Supervisor Sgt. Wallace Clear confirmed the charges for which Kimmerle was arrested. The arrest occurred around noon on Monday, May 7 at Kimmerle’s Pine Cove […]

VIDEO: Solo crash on Hwy. 74 near Cranston Station

VIDEO: Solo crash on Hwy. 74 near Cranston Station

UPDATED Monday, 12 p.m. May 7, 2012. The California Highway Patrol reported a solo non-injury collision of an SUV and a boulder on Highway 74 east of Wilson Way near the U.S. Forest Service’s Cranston Station. CHP Officer Jeffrey Osteen said the incident occurred at 3:50 p.m. on Thursday, May 3. The CHP press release […]

Final community meeting set for Idyllwild historic district

County officials plan to present design guidelines and recruit board members for the Idyllwild Historic Preservation District at an Idyllwild community meeting. County Preservation Officer Keith Herron will lead the meeting planned for 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 16 at the Nature Center on Highway 243. The county board of supervisors authorized the district in July […]

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