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Category: Idyllwild News

Daughter needs service dog

Melissa Wilson, a teacher at Idyllwild Arts Academy for the past 12 years, has a daughter, Amara, 14, with Type 1 diabetes. Amara has had the disease since age 2-1/2. Mother and daughter, who live on campus, are raising funds to for a diabetes alert service dog to help keep Amara safe and healthier overall. […]

Auxiliary postpones meetings

In response to a request from Idyllwild Fire Chief Patrick Reitz, the Idyllwild Fire Protection District Auxiliary will temporarily suspend regular meetings until further notice. The Auxiliary is applying for nonprofit status with state and federal agencies involved and will revisit an Auxiliary meeting schedule when these issues are complete, according to Auxiliary member Nancy […]

Salvation Army help Wednesday

The Salvation Army is returning to the Idyllwild HELP Center from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Aug 21. The Salvation Army brings food for families. “It’s enough food for a household for one week, whether it’s one person or three or six,” Colleen Meyer, HELP Center client services administrator said in July. Recipients must meet […]

Free career workshop at library

A free workshop, Career Vision, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, in the Idyllwild Library community room, offers out-of-the-box, innovative and imaginative ideas to turn the job search process from reactive to proactive. The event is open to everyone. Bring a sack lunch.

News of Record: August 22, 2013

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday, Aug. 12, to Monday, Aug. 19: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Aug. 13 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Aug. 14 — Three medical aids, Idyllwild. Aug. 15 — Two medical aids, Idyllwild. Aug. 15 — Rescue, Idyllwild. Aug. 15 — Cover assignment, Mountain Center Aug. […]

Lemon Lily chairperson sought

The Lemon Lily Festival planning committee members are looking for a new committee chairperson and are hopeful someone will be stepping into that position soon. Bryan Tallent stepped down from the position after this year’s festival. An organizational and planning meeting soon has not been set but is expected to occur soon. For more information, […]

Assemblyman to hold meeting

Assemblyman Brian Nestande is holding a town hall meeting to discuss current legislation and issues of concern to local communites. The meeting is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, at the San Jacinto Community Center, 625 South Pico Ave., San Jacinto. For more information, call Nestande’s office at 951-925-8306 or email

PC water use declines in July

Total 2013 water production for the Pine Cove Water District is 2.7 percent more than the comparable seven-month 2012 period. “Production for July was 3.5 million gallons, a little bit less than the past two years,” General Manager Jerry Holldber told the board. “In the past, you could always count on 4.5 to 5 million […]

Matter of fact

In last week’s Town Crier on page 14, the spiritual workout was incorrectly attributed. Steven Morrison hosts the event, not Rick Barker. Town Crier regrets the error.

Cedar shake replacement project

The Mountain Communities Fire Safe Council has received Federal Emergency Management Agency authority to begin its cedar shake shingle roof replacement project, according to Executive Director Edwina Scott. Work will begin over the next few weeks and homeowners may receive 75 percent of the replacement cost. Scott can be reached at 951-659-6208.

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