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Business comings and goings

The Idyllwild business scene will welcome several new ventures over the coming weeks while some old favorites will be closing prior to or at year-end. Idyllwild Outdoors will be located at 25965 Highway 243, Suites C and D (the spaces formerly occupied by Mountain Do’s and the tanning salon). Larry Donahoo of Village Hardware owns […]

Post office to close at noon Christmas Eve

Post office to close at noon Christmas Eve

Post Offices™ Close Early on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.   Post Offices nationwide will be open on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, Dec. 24, and New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, Dec. 31. Most Post Offices will shorten retail lobby hours and close at noon on these holiday eves. Regular mail delivery for Dec. 24 and 31 […]

Supervisors to consider ambulance — negotiate or compete

The key recommendations The Abaris Group (the contractor evaluating Riverside County’s emergency medical system) will submit in the early spring to the Board of Supervisors, were discussed in public meetings last week. A summary of the 11 recommendations can be found below. “These are our observations and recommendations we’ve made after looking at the [Riverside […]

Snow has arrived in Idyllwild, less than original forecast

Snow has arrived in Idyllwild, less than original forecast

Updated 4 p.m. Despite the National Weather Service’s forecast of less than inch accumulation this afternoon. Here’s the view from N.Circle Drive in front of the Town Crier office. This morning, Thursday, Dec. 19, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Southern California Mountains, including the Hill, from Thursday morning, Dec. […]

Preparedness group sets 2014 agenda

The board of directors of Mountain Disaster Preparedness met Tuesday, Dec. 10 at the Idyllwild Library to discuss plans for 2014, an annual event for the past two years. “We also establish our mission for the coming year,” President Mike Feyder said. “Last year’s mission was community outreach, and we are going to continue that […]

Pamela Jordan next president of Idyllwild Arts

Pamela Jordan next president of Idyllwild Arts

Pamela Jordan, Head of School at the Chicago Academy for the Arts will become the next President of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation. Jordan will begin at Idyllwild Arts in July 2014. “I am thrilled that Pamela has accepted the position of President. IAF is a marvelous institution with a legacy of commitment to creativity and […]

News of Record - December 19, 2013

News of Record – December 19, 2013

Fire log Idyllwild Fire Station responded to the following calls Monday, Dec. 9 to Sunday, Dec. 15:   Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Dec. 9 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Dec. 10 — Three medical aids, Idyllwild. Dec. 10 — Municipal alarm system; malicious false alarm, Idyllwild. Dec. 10 — Traffic collision with no injuries, Idyllwild. […]

Winter Weather Advisory issued for Thursday, Dec. 18

Earlier this afternoon, Wednesday, Dec. 18, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Southern California Mountains, including the Hill, from Thursday morning, Dec. 19, into Thursday night. The NWS forecasts snow to begin falling late Thursday morning and accumulation between 3 and 5 inches by evening. During Thursday night, additional accumulation […]

Bark beetles returning

Warnings were the highlight of the December Mountain Area Safety Taskforce meeting. With help from the diminishing rain in the past several years, bark beetle populations are resurging and beginning to kill more pines on the Hill. As more lumber needs to be ground, the grinding station is seeking a larger and more secure water […]

Local inn experiences theft

Local inn experiences theft

  After a rash of break-in burglaries, 15 reported, over the period Oct. 22 to Nov. 22, no new incidents have been reported through Dec. 8, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department log. No updates or press releases have been forthcoming by the RCSD. While the burglaries appear to have slowed or stopped, an […]

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