The annual Town Hall Health Fair will once again offer free flu shots to Hill residents, said Dr. Dick Goldberg. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, approximately 110 to 150 shots will be available. Each year, residents line up early to receive the free shots, and given the limited number available, those […]
Category: Idyllwild News
The Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) is leading a multi-jurisdictional investigation of credit card fraud that ensnared over 20 Idyllwild residents from October through December 2010. The lead investigator, who requested his name not be published, cited cyber hacking of merchant process servers, rather than a locally placed skimmer, as the likely cause. The investigation, […]
Dr. Frank Vernon, research geophysicist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego (UCSD), will head a team and project that will install seismic monitoring stations at a number of locations on the Hill to measure San Jacinto Fault activity. Two of the stations will be in Idyllwild. The others will be […]
Every year, the Idyllwild Rotary Club gives dictionaries to third-graders at Idyllwild, Hamilton and Cottonwood schools. Rotarians Scott Fisher, left, and Charlie Wix, right, hand out dictionaries to the students. Third grade teacher Sally Salter observes from the background.
A variety of activities are in the offing that affect the Idyllwild Community Center (ICC) property. In discussing the ICC site, confusion sometimes comes up about what is an Idyllwild Community Recreation Council (ICRC) function and what involves fundraising to build the planned community center, a project currently managed by a separate committee now headed […]
A four-man Riverside Mountain Rescue Unit (RMRU) team headed by locals Lee Arnson and Chad Marler fought their way down steep terrain and rugged brush to rescue a first-time deer hunter who had become stranded in the Rouse Ridge area near Anza on Saturday, Oct. 1. “We got the call out around 9 p.m.,” said […]
Prompted by hate crime attacks in 2010, a series of community dialogue meetings began to consider if and how to respond to these incidents. So far, two groups have emerged from these meetings to address the underlying issues — one, for family mentoring, will teach participants the skills to assist at-risk families using a format […]