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Idyllwild man pleads guilty to burglary

In Riverside Superior Court, Matthew James Subish, 38, of Idyllwild pleaded guilty to a felony burglary charge. Prosecutors dismissed the charge of purchase or receiving a stolen vehicle. Subish was arrested on Oct. 11, 2011, after Tracy Philippi stopped the burglary in progress on Scenic Drive in Idyllwild. Deputies came and arrested Subish. After Subish […]

Emergency shelters dominate disaster prep meeting

At the latest Mountain Emergency Services Committee (MEMSCOMM) meeting, coordinator Gina Moran-McGough discussed current availability of Homeland Security grant-funded mobile trailers designed to assist disaster recovery in areas of most critical need. Each trailer has 100 cots, blankets, a generator and other emergency supplies and can be towed to areas where most needed. Moran-McGough said […]

Sheriff to discuss crime in Idyllwild area

The recent escalation in criminal activity in the Idyllwild area, including an armed robbery and a growing number of felony property crimes, has prompted the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to call a community meeting in Idyllwild. Captain Scot Collins, Hemet Station Commander and staff will meet with Hill community members at a town meeting at the Idyllwild School gymnasium at 2 p.m., Saturday, March 24.

Bald eagle a treat for Lake Hemet counters

Bald eagle a treat for Lake Hemet counters

On Saturday, this male bald eagle graced the skies over Lake Hemet while humans counted the eagles for the Forest Service. Photo by Careena Chase

Soroptimist welcomes new member

Soroptimist welcomes new member

Sheriff’s Department to address community on increase in local crime

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station Commander, Captain Scot Collins and staff will meet with Hill community members at a town meeting to discuss the recent escalation in criminal activity in the Idyllwild area, including an armed robbery and a growing number of felony crimes to property.

County jail system gets $100 million grant to ease overcrowding

Riverside County received a $100 million grant to expand its jail system, only one of three California counties to receive the maximum grant from the California Corrections Standards Authority. Twenty counties applied for grants and 11 received them. In rank order based on priority of overcrowding, Los Angeles was first for the maximum grant, Riverside […]

IFPD agenda for Tuesday, March 13

The agenda for Tuesday’s Idyllwild Frie Protection District Commission meeting was received this morning. Several difficult and community wide issues on agenda. Idyllwild Fire Protection District Board of Commissioners Regular Board Meeting with Closed Session AGENDA March 13, 2012 Meeting to be held at the Idyllwild Fire Protection District conference/training room 54160 Maranatha Drive, Idyllwild, […]

CSA 36 meeting, 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 14

Last night’s County Service Area 36 meeting had been canceled and is now rescheduled for 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 14, according to Advisory Commitee Chair Robert Schraff. Items on the agenda include the lease for Town Hall, the county inspection report of Town Hall, potential partnerships and opportunities for community involvement and victory gardens among […]

Rotary Anns thank designer

Rotary Anns thank designer

Vicki Streeter (left), president of the Rotary Anns of Idyllwild, hands Darrell Gillette a Certificate of Appreciation for the design and presentation assistance he provided the group during 2011. The presentation was made during a luncheon meeting at the Creek House Restaurant early in March.

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