60 years ago – 1952
The Kretsingers wrote from Nebraska, that they are very homesick for Idyllwild.
60 years ago – 1952
After spending several days lost and out in the cold, Nala, the pittie puppy, has been reunited with his very worried owners. Cinnamon, the chocolate Lab-mix, went for an overnight adventure as well, and now is safely home with her pack. And Hairy, the terrier had spring fever, frolicking in the streets without a care. Paws up to you all for being reunited …
Another March miracle? No, just a normal winter occurrence. Something us Hill folk deal with every year. One day it’s 70 degrees. Two days later we have a high of 30 degrees and a couple of days of daytime temperatures below freezing. For once, Miss Wyoming gets to tell me about walking around in shirt […]
What an amazing privilege it is to live in Idyllwild. Not only are we cradled in the heart of nature and its magnificent beauty, we live in a community of caring, talented and truly interesting people. In addition to these attributes, we are able to enjoy outstanding art and music from our own world-class artists […]
Some 2,000 years ago, the apostle Paul wrote down these words for the church in Corinth: “I may be able to speak the languages of human beings and even of angels, but if I have no love, my speech is no more than a noisy gong or a clanging bell. “I may have the gift […]
Capital gains are attracting renewed attention from the IRS for tax year 2011. The introduction of Form 8949 is where individual transactions are reported, along with detailed information on how cost basis was determined. Capital gains and losses is an area that offers great tax planning opportunities since in many situations you control when the […]
“Going green” — it’s a fairly large statement and even larger commitment to make. For a school to go green, it involves a lot of thinking, planning, encouraging, perseverance, dedication, and curiosity. Idyllwild Arts Academy is moving toward becoming a greener school and joining the green schools’ movement that has caught fire throughout the United States.
Last year, a man walked into a Long Island pharmacy and murdered four people for 11,000 hydrocodone pills – an opioid used to manufacture powerful painkillers such as Vicodin. It was June, and 17-year-old pharmaceutical clerk Jennifer Mejia was set to graduate high school in a few days. Instead, she was buried in her prom […]
What a busy week for goodbyes at the ARF house. Feather, our terrier mix, has found love with her new pack. The last two “Girl Scout” kitties, Fire and Spit are snuggled in their new cattery with their forever human. And Reily, our German shepherd mix, wagged and talked her way right into her new […]