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Category: Idyllwild News

Baby calf 1, Coyotes 0

Baby calf 1, Coyotes 0

Rudolph Nunez, senior groundskeeper at Living Free Animal Sanctuary, holds the calf he rescued on Nov. 6 at the sanctuary. Photo courtesy of Clay Helgren Wednesday, Nov. 6, was like any other day at work for Rudolph Nunez, the senior groundskeeper at Living Free Animal Sanctuary for the past seven years. Nunez oversees the approximately […]

Winning Lions

Winning Lions

The Idyllwild School boys cross-country varsity team took first place in the middle-school competition last week at Dartmouth Middle School.

Folding the Flag

Folding the Flag

American Legion Post 800 Honor Guard in Idyllwild honors veterans last Monday with a symbolic folding of the flag.

Medaled

Medaled

Last weekend, four Idyllwild School students participated in the National Football League’s “Pass, Punt and Kick” contest.

Just for kicks

Just for kicks

The Red Hawks and Black Lightning were in the playoff games Friday afternoon, flying through the sky as they competed at Idyllwild School.

Suicide following CHP stop

A California Highway Patrol officer attempted a traffic-related enforcement stop on the afternoon of Sunday, Nov. 3, in the unincorporated community of Anza. The driver, described as a 43-year-old Caucasian male, fled to a residence on Red Shank Road. At 4:17 p.m. Riverside County Sheriff’s Department received a call from the CHP requesting assistance at […]

Salter misses national but sets sights on Olympics

Idyllwlld’s Lauren Salter didn’t earn a spot on the 2013-14 National Women’s Skeleton team, but she has only been a skeleton racer for three seasons and still has her sights on the 2018 Olympics to be held in Korea. “We just concluded our team selections, so it was an extremely busy couple of weeks,” Salter […]

Angel Christmas Trees at BBVA and Idyllwild Library

Angel Christmas Trees at BBVA and Idyllwild Library

HELP Center Health Fair a success

HELP Center Health Fair a success

The Idyllwild Health Fair held Saturday at the Fern Creek Medical Center presented by the Idyllwild HELP Center and Dr. Ken Browning was a success, according to Dr. Richard Goldberg who has been involved with the Health Fair since its inception in 2009. “We gave 108 flu vaccinations of the 150 provided by the county,” […]

Holiday Closings – Veteran’s Day

Hill businesses and institutions that will be closed Monday, Nov. 11, to observe Veterans Day: • Area post offices • BBVA Compass Bank • Hemet Unified School District • Idyllwild Library • Idyllwild Water District • Pine Cove Water District • Riverside County offices • U.S. Forest Service   These will be open: • Fern […]

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