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Before Our Time: Rustic before Silver Pines …

I first got acquainted with the Silver Pines Lodge as an Idyllwild newcomer, when I learned about artifacts unearthed there by two Idyllwild School students, Max Singer, son of the lodge’s owner Chris Singer, and his friend Bobby Righetti. Now, whenever I attend an event there, the meeting room reminds me of its longevity. Extracting […]

Creature Corner: April 5, 2012

Creature Corner: April 5, 2012

Four paws up for Emma, our Aussie mix. Her smile says it all, as she enjoys her forever home and her new pack. Paws up to the human angel too for saving her. Lucky was tied to a post, matted beyond belief, with some kibbles thrown on the ground. He is a young male dachsund, […]

Fire and Forest: A Day of Fire Awareness …

It’s time for a Fireman’s Muster! On April 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., there will be a gathering of all sorts of people connected to fire prevention and suppression, at the Idyllwild Community Center site on Highway 243 and Ridgeview Drive across from the Shell Station. The day is dedicated to providing fire […]

Opinion: CSA 38 board complicit in ambulance service loss

I was sorry to read that because of the complaints from a few people that we are losing our ambulance service to Pine Cove from IFPD [Idyllwild Fire Protection District]. This same group of complainers has complained forever to IFPD about everything, most of it isn’t even their business. Some of these people serve on […]

Opinion: Marrow donors

I recently read about an organization that has a national registry that offers people from 18 to 59 years old the opportunity to donate a bone marrow transfusion to someone with leukemia. A Q-tip swab on the inside of the cheek is all that is needed from the potential donors. Donating marrow has no long-term […]

Opinion: Town Hall play area

Last September the Riverside County closed the play yard set at Town Hall [because they] deemed it unsafe. It was “fenced in” with flimsy orange plastic. To date, nothing has been done, but a lot of buck passing. In my opinion, it needs to be removed at once. As I understand real estate law, anything […]

Past Tense: April 5, 2012

Past Tense: April 5, 2012

55 years ago – 1957 Bee Krone composed the song “Let’s Keep America Beautiful,” and Philippe Buhler composed music for a string quartet which was given a first performance at the University of Redlands. 50 years ago – 1962 The County Board of Supervisors launched a campaign to have the Banning-Idyllwild Highway taken into the […]

Outside Idyllwild: Halfway Spring …

A couple of weeks ago, I was talking to some folks about eagles. One of them, Brian, mentioned there is a golden eagle nest down at Halfway Spring on the control road going toward Hemet. This surprised me. I was not aware there were golden eagles in these parts. However, Brian also mentioned that the […]

past tense

Past tense: March 29, 2012

60 years ago – 1952
The Kretsingers wrote from Nebraska, that they are very homesick for Idyllwild.

Creature corner: March 29, 2012

Creature corner: March 29, 2012

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 …

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