Last week turned out to be another one of those weird, and yet normal for the Hill, weather weeks that we seem to get every spring.
“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” “What is hateful to thee, do not that unto your neighbor.” This is the Golden Rule. No matter how you word it, the rule is essentially the same. Treat others the way you would want to be treated yourself.
When I was a teenager growing up in Philadelphia, my family used to vacation at the Jersey shore. (Easterners will note the deliberate use of “shore,” not “beach.”) Ever the good church lady, my mom would pack up her four kids and take us to the Ocean City Tabernacle on Sunday evening to hear one of the famous preachers that filled the pulpit each week.
In last week’s Readers write, a Pine Cove resident addressed what she considered fabrications regarding IFPD’s provision of ambulance service to Pine Cove. The author of last week’s letter should take her own advice to ensure that her comments are supported by fact.
My neighbor in Pine Cove is battling a terminal illness. [Idyllwild Interim Fire Chief] Sherman’s statements to terminate the ambulance service contract with the people of Pine Cove only add to her uncertainty and suffering. A safe community on the Hill is a united community. Together in awareness, together in networking, together in action. For […]
I try to refrain from speaking out on national political issues. I generate enough controversy when I address local subjects.
I want to run and play and run and play, any day, all the time. Missy, our one-year-old Aussie mix and Reily, our 3-year-old female shepherd mix can be found with their toy in mouth and energy to spare to do just that. But what if our four-legged best fur friends decide to escape their […]