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Mountain Folk: Gray wins Bee, Schelly ups certification

Third-place finisher for Hemet Unified School District’s 37th-annual Spelling Bee is Joshua Gray, a seventh grader at Idyllwild School … The National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners has certified Dr. Charles “Chip” A. Schelly, an Idyllwild chiropractor, as a medical examiner. He is authorized to provide medical examinations to commercial motor vehicle drivers in accordance […]

Mountain Folk – January 23, 2014

Karina Li, the daughter of Anna-Karin Li of Idyllwild, has been named to the Dean’s List of Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., for academic achievement during the fall semester of the 2013-14 school year. A graduate of Idyllwild Arts Academy, Li is a senior at Macalester last fall. To be eligible for the Dean’s […]

Mountain folk - December 5, 2013

Mountain folk – December 5, 2013

Janice Herdey (shown here in a 2009 file photo), 20-year Pine Cove resident, packed up and moved to Green Valley, Ariz., this past month. Janice is known for her volunteer work with Idyllwild’s Mountain Community Patrol from its beginning and as president for three terms. Janice also was a tireless volunteer for Animal Rescue Friends […]

Mountain Folk: Hannelore “Anne” Clemens

Mountain Folk: Hannelore “Anne” Clemens

  By Kelliey Matthews Office Manager and Executive Board Secretary High Valleys Water District   The High Valleys Water District celebrated the ending of an era Thursday, Nov. 22. Long-time director and former Vice President Hannelore “Anne” Clemens (right), who began her service to the community in December 1993, retired her position. Clemens is a […]

Bobcats and Sharks

Bobcats and Sharks

The Bobcats take control of the ball and head down the field against the Blue Sharks. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Mountain Folk: September 26, 2013

Mountain Folk: September 26, 2013

Savannah and Herb Jeffries, the Buckaroo Cowboy of old-time movies and crooner of  “Flamingo” with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, arrived in Idyllwild Monday night to celebrate Herb’s 100th birthday on Tuesday. The Jeffries are former residents who now live in the Midwest … A former Idyllwild Arts Academy bassoonist was featured in the Sept. 15 […]

Mountain Folk: Free subscription winner

Nautilus Entertainment Design Inc. of San Diego is the August winner of a free, one-year subscription to the Town Crier. The company’s business card was picked from the fish bowl at the Town Crier office. To enter the monthly drawing, just stop by and drop a business card into the bowl … Photographer Gina Genis […]

Mountain folk: August 29, 2013

Mountain folk: August 29, 2013

“The Kind of Girl” is the winner of the seventh-annual Rose Metal Press Short Short Chapbook Contest. The author is Idyllwild Arts Academy teacher Kim Henderson, right, who originally is from New Mexico and is a graduate of the University of Montana’s master of fine arts program. Henderson’s work has appeared in Tin House, Cutbank, […]

Mountain Folk: American Legion members help family

Fred Mullholland of Idyllwild and three other unidentified American Legionnaires, along with Danny and Terry Richardson, were angels this week for a family who lost their home in the Mountain Fire. After Terry’s aunt in Orange County passed away recently, the family had extra furniture from her house and chose to donate it to Marty […]

Mountain Folk: Friends of Library bid farewell to Doshier

The Idyllwild Library is hosting an open house farewell to Bonnie Doshier, a long-time member of Friends of the Idyllwild Library. The free event is from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, at the library … Attorney Susan Nash of Idyllwild is July’s winner of a free Town Crier annual subscription. Nash’s business card […]

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