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Garcia seeks state Senate seat

Garcia seeks state Senate seat

California State Senate District 28 is currently vacant and Idyllwild voters will see five names on the June 3 primary ballot. Democratic candidates are Philip Drucker of La Quinta and Anna Nevenic of Palm Springs. On the other side are three Republicans — Bonnie Garcia of Cathedral City, Glenn Miller of Indio and Jeff Stone […]

Wild cubs killed near sanctuary

Wild cubs killed near sanctuary

A bobcat cub was killed on Highway 74 recently at the entrance to Living Free Animal Sanctuary

Highway 74  temporarily closed Monday

Highway 74 temporarily closed Monday

Highway 74 was temporarily closed in both directions Monday morning, April 7. A landslide was detected in the area where Caltrans has been working for the past several weeks just east of the Cranston Forest Service Station near Valle Vista. As of Monday afternoon, no further closures of the highway were planned, said Chief Terri […]

News of record: April 10, 2014

Fire log The Idyllwild Fire Station responded to the following calls, Tuesday, April 1, to Monday, April 7.   Idyllwild: • April 2 — Two medical aids. • April 7 —  Medical aid.   Pine Cove: • April 2 — Two medical aids. • April 7 — Medical aid.   Sheriff’s log The Riverside County […]

Several earthquakes on and near the HIll

In the past week, several earthquakes occurred on the Hill and in nearby areas. All were less than 3.0 magnitude. On Monday, April 7 about 7 p.m., a 2.6 magnitude tremor occurred about 11 miles south of Aguanga. On Wednesday, April 9, two more quakes shook the Hill softly. About 7:50 a.m., a 2.5 magnitude […]

Baseball sign-ups given reprieve

Baseball sign-ups given reprieve

The Town Hall Coed baseball signups have been extended through April 25, according to Bill Brown, Riverside County’s County Service Area administrator. The Town Hall advertisement in the April 10 issue of the Town Crier indicated that “… the season had been canceled due to lack of enough players …” That decision has been reversed […]

Ghost Town needs townspeople

Ghost Town needs townspeople

After 10 years and lots of scary nights, Idyllwild’s Halloween Ghost Town may truly become a ghost town.

At the Idyllwild Library this week: April 10, 2014

This coming week brings a variety of events to our Idyllwild Library. On Wednesday, April 9, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Maria Reyes will offer her Spanish language class for home-schoolers, a program designed for children, but to which everyone is welcome. From 1 to 3 p.m. that same day, Karen Lampert will walk […]

Past Tense: April 10, 2014

Past Tense: April 10, 2014

65 years ago – 1949 More tracks of the mountain lion previously sighted around Ernie Maxwell’s cabin were spotted. The visitor seemed to be more curious than hungry.   60 years ago – 1954 Oscar Lawler, prominent Los Angeles attorney, donated his 80-acre estate in the Dark Canyon area to the county. The donation was […]

Planned outage hit Friday

Planned outage hit Friday

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