Our community day of fire awareness, also called the Firefighter’s Muster, held this past Saturday, was gorgeous. Despite the cold rain earlier in the week, the sun was brilliant and warm, the temperature perfect.
Share/Bookmark Editor’s note: The first part of this article appearred in the April 26 issue. By John R. Newman, Idyllwild Arts Academy Dean of Students Completed projects This winter we completed a comprehensive energy audit, sponsored by Southern California Edison, and have retrofitted close to 100 percent of the campus with compact fluorescent light bulbs […]
Share/BookmarkEver want to just get away? Find a quiet corner or nestle under a tree with a cool breeze? ARF offers a room away from it all, with no commitments, no fees. Only requirement is a warm loving heart and touch to the furry felines in the cattery. Come on in and visit our new […]
Share/BookmarkAfter the departure of Miss Wyoming, I have returned to a normal routine. This week, I spent time with my friends Les and Cheri Walker. He enjoys getting out on the dirt roads and exploring in Garner Valley and beyond. This week, Les and I drove up the control road past Halfway Spring and returned […]
We have talked a lot this year at Idyllwild Arts about sustainability, and we have achieved measurable successes. We discovered through this event, and in our work on other projects this year, that sustainability is a rallying cry for community; it is an opportunity for us to come together and celebrate a constant that keeps us connected.
Share/Bookmark45 years ago – 1967 County Supervisors approved a request from the Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce for the relocation of butane space heaters at the Town Hall. 40 years ago – 1972 Mrs. Iva Lee Bowen, of Idyllwild, was killed in a head-on collision with a California Highway Patrol car on Lamb’s Canyon Road between […]