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Category: Idyllwild News

Supes may extend time to keep emails

In times when many feel that government is becoming darker and less transparent, the Riverside County supervisors plan to take a step in the openness direction. The county’s policy on electronic media (A-50) requires that all emails — either sent or received — shall be deleted after 45 days. There is no exception. However, at […]

Kilingaman the collegiate

Kilingaman the collegiate

Idyllwild’s Emma Klingaman finished eighth in the Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals cross-country meet

Business owners cautioned on phony fire inspectors

Riverside County Fire Department cautions business owners to be mindful of phony fire inspectors who have targeted businesses within the county. According to Riverside County Fire Marshall James Frater, his office is aware of about five instances of this occurring. During these challenging economic times, predators posing as “fire inspectors” take advantage and prey upon […]

Veterans Day at Post 800

As is the tradition since World War I in 1918, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year, veterans and observers across the U.S. will celebrate Veterans Day. At 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11, Idyllwild’s American Legion Post 800 observes the event with speaker Rob Almanza followed by a […]

Local fire expert teaches Vanuatu islanders

Local fire expert teaches Vanuatu islanders

The Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region team that provided Incident Command System training to officials of Vanuatu

Extraction wells being abandoned

The two soil vapor extraction wells located on the Village Food and Fuel site (Shell station) have been decommissioned and abandoned. On Oct. 10, Robert Manning, president of R.M. Environmental Inc. of Calimesa, wrote the Riverside County Department of Environmental Health confirming the action. The wells were filled with hydrated bentonite chips and then covered […]

Halloween on the hill

Halloween on the hill

Local target of Medicare scam

Long-time resident and local businesswoman Marge Muir received a call last Wednesday morning informing her that in accordance with the Affordable Care Act she would be receiving a new Medicare card. The caller wanted to confirm some information first. “He asked to confirm my address; the one he recited was not correct. Next he asked […]

Idyllwild’s nature girl Shelley Kibby retiring

Shelley Kibby will retire from the Idyllwild Nature Center this Thursday after 13 years as its interpreter. Kibby came to the Nature Center in 2000 after working for a historic park in Banning, the Gilman Ranch. When the interpreter position became available at the Nature Center, Peggy Parker, an Idyllwild resident (and a big supporter […]

Gilman Springs Road under repair

  Gilman Springs Road in San Jacinto is closed to through traffic between Highway 60 to Bridge Street, and Alessandro Boulevard will be closed to through traffic between Theodore Street to Gilman Springs Road until Wednesday, Dec. 4. Riverside County Transportation Department will be reconstructing the roads. The detour northbound is Highway 79 to Highway […]

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