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Idyllwild Chamber welcomes new Creek House owners

Idyllwild Chamber welcomes new Creek House owners

The new owners of The Creek House restaurant celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony as they became the newest members of the Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce. Present for the happy occasion, are from left, Chamber of Commerce President Nick Todd, cook Obed Montoya, owners Lorraine and Lanny Hardy, chef Martin Campos, pastry chef Bucky Guillen, bartender Will Jewett and Chamber First Vice President Richmond Blake.

Idyllwild: Business two-step

Coming and goings characterize the cyclical dance that changes Idyllwild’s business face. With the advent of fall, those leaving at least one aspect of the business scene are Emily, Mike and Martha Pearson who retired as co-owners of the Red Kettle as of Oct. 2. Ashley Stewart, wife of owner Shane Stewart, will manage the […]

Idyllwild School principal promotes creativity

Idyllwild School principal promotes creativity

Idyllwild School Principal Matt Kraemer devised a literal “outside the box” solution to a problem posed by a number of his middle school teachers attending a workshop.



urgent – winter weather message National Weather Service San Diego ca 1:10 pm pdt Wed Oct 5 2011 … Winter weather advisory in effect from 5 pm this afternoon to 5 am pdt Thursday above 8,000 feet… Early season winter storm will bring high elevation snow and gusty winds to the San Bernardino and Riverside […]

County authorizes Idyllwild library construction

County authorizes Idyllwild library construction

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors authorized putting the construction of the Idyllwild Library out to bid …

Idyllwild Business Roundtable folds

The Idyllwild Business Roundtable (IBRT), formed in October 2008, is folding but will continue to promote tourism as a committee under the aegis of the Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce. One of IBRT’s most visible achievements, funding two Idyllwild promotional interstate billboards, has also come to an end. IBRT organizers cite a number of reasons including […]

Copper theft causes major power outage to Idyllwild area

Southern California Edison shut down power to nearly 12,000 customers from Hemet to Banning, including all of Idyllwild and Pine Cove, today around 4:30 p.m. Louis Davis, SCE representative, told the Town Crier that the outage was in response to the discovery this afternoon of a major copper wire theft. Davis said the outage is […]

Idyllwild area CHP offers child seat inspections

Motor vehicle crashes are one of the leading killers in California for children ages 14 and under, with unrestrained or improperly restrained children being the number one contributing factor. To help parents know if their child’s safety seat is safe, the local CHP office in Beaumont gives free inspections by appointment. It also gives information […]

MDP offers CERT class

Mountain Disaster Preparedness will offer the CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) 20-hour certification class Oct. 14 to 16 at the Idyllwild Fire Station. The class is free and all are welcome to enroll. See for details.

Idyllwild Soroptimist offers scholarship

Soroptimist International of Idyllwild is once again offering local female students the opportunity to apply for the Women’s Opportunity Award. The $500 award is given to a woman who is enrolled in a vocational skills program or an undergraduate degree program and who is the primary financial support for her family. The goal is to […]

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