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Traffic accident in Fern Valley

Traffic accident in Fern Valley

According to California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Murawski (center), at least, two occupants were traveling south on Fern Valley Rd. about 10:10 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26 night when the driver appears to have lost control, hitting a tree head on. Idyllwild Volunteer Fire Company Firefighter, Steve Friemoth (left) Murawski and Idyllwild Fire Chief Patrick Reitz […]

Caltrans storm driving tips

The coming rain and snow storms may affect highways on the Hill. Caltrans has specifically identified SR 243 in both the Silver and Mountain fires areas, SR 74 desert area (Mountain Fire), and SR 74 in Falls Fire. Caltrans has completed emergency projects to make repairs on these routes for guardrail, drainage, slopes, and the […]

Flash flood and winter storm watch for Hill

Flash flood and winter storm watch for Hill

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Southern California …

Creature Corner: Feb. 27, 2014

Creature Corner: Feb. 27, 2014

And they call it “Puppy Love.” So Mrs. Beasley, our terrier mix puppy has wiggled her way into a forever home that needed just that…some puppy love. Paws up to you lil one. And huge paws up to Gizmo, our boxer mix who also has found a puppy love home, as he is only a […]

News of Record: Feb. 27, 2013

News of Record: Feb. 27, 2013

CBD files lawsuit to protect frog’s habitat

The Center for Biological Diversity filed a lawsuit against the U.S Department of the Interior Wednesday, Feb. 12, for failing to develop a recovery plan for Southern California’s mountain yellow-legged frogs. Although the frogs have been protected under the Endangered Species Act for more than a decade, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has yet […]

Lola’s Kitchen: An unexpected treat …

About a month ago I received an unexpected email. It was from my stepdaughter, Kathryn Gille. We had lost touch and have since reconnected. It had been about three years since we have seen each other. I thought she may have aged a little but no, she never ages. She is tall and beautiful. When […]

Flu season appears to be abating, although deaths continue

Although deaths in California from influenza virus rose to 278 people under ages 65, other signs indicate that the flu season is beginning to abate. In California, both outpatient visits and hospitalizations have decreased for two consecutive weeks and are within or below levels that would be expected at this point in the flu season. […]

Snakes arrive early at local animal sanctuary

Snakes arrive early at local animal sanctuary

Rudy Nuñez with a gopher snake he caught unseasonably early.

Rain relief may come this week

Rain relief may come this week

Politicians promise money for disaster relief

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