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Hill's aging population grows with entire U.S.

Hill’s aging population grows with entire U.S.

Idyllwild is growing and aging …

How Idyllwild Community Recreation Council, Idyllwild Community Center converge, diverge

After a well-attended and successful Virtual Tour of the proposed Idyllwild Community Center (ICC) on Sunday, Nov. 13, the newly formed 11-member ICC Committee has much to celebrate. The tour served to answer questions about the physical makeup and location on the site of the proposed center. However, it also raised questions about the present […]

Changes and honors for Idyllwild Soroptimist Club

Changes and honors for Idyllwild Soroptimist Club

Three new members join Soroptimist International of Idyllwild, club hosts holiday party and a member is honored …

Two new Idyllwild businesses arrive in time for holiday season

Two new Idyllwild businesses arrive in time for holiday season

Like arriving Christmas presents, two new retail businesses, each with a distinctive niche, opened recently.

Stigall returns to IFPD Presidency

Stigall returns to IFPD Presidency

Commissioner Paul Riggi conducted a brief and efficient meeting in his final role as Idyllwild Fire Protection District vice president. Overseeing a special meeting, the commission elected officers, at least, until the new full commission meets on Dec. 13 and approved a resolution for a fire equipment grant. Commissioner Jeannine Charles-Stigall was chosen president, Dr. […]

Injured hiker air lifted from Falls Trail

An injured hiker was hoisted by a CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire rescue copter from Falls Trail, in a remote area of the San Bernardino Wilderness on Mt. San Jacinto. The hiker had sustained minor to moderate injuries. The incident was reported at 3:43 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29 and the rescue was effected thereafter. CAL […]

IFPD new commissioners take oath of office

IFPD new commissioners take oath of office

Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone, 3rd District, (left) administers the oath of office to incoming Idyllwild Fire Protection District Commissioners Jerry Buchanan (center) and Larry Donahoo (right). Their term begins noon, Friday, Dec. 2. Stone was in idyllwild for his monthly conversation with local citizens. Appointments can be made by calling Rose Esparza at (951) […]

Teen boy shot in Garner Valley hunting accident

At 2:40 p.m. Friday, Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving, deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station (RCSD) responded to a report of an accidental shooting on Little Thomas Mountain Road near Garner Valley. A 14-year-old boy, identified as Isreal Delatorre, resident of Coachella, was accidentally shot while hunting with family members. The […]

Lake Hemet Water District hears from campground contractor

Lake Hemet Water District hears from campground contractor

The Lake Hemet Municipal Water District (LHMWD) board of Directors heard from the contractor for the district’s Lake Hemet facility and enacted two resolutions at its latest meeting.

Toys needed for Christmas

Join the Firefighters of Riverside County in spreading holiday cheer in the hearts of underprivileged children through the Spark of Love Toy Drive. For almost 20 years, CAL FIRE and the Riverside County Fire Department, in conjunction with ABC-7, and other local sponsors have collected and distributed toys with a common goal to ensure that […]

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