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Fall tips for Idyllwild gardens

Thanksgiving week or a bit afterward is usually the last of the weather that allows for being able to comfortably garden here in Idyllwild or Pine Cove. We have already gone through a good early winter snowstorm, and a wake-up call of frost.

Faces of Idyllwild businesses continue to change

Faces of Idyllwild businesses continue to change

B’s Mountain of Books, Idyllwild’s independent bookstore, has a new owner and name. Julie Johnson, friends with previous owner Lauren Devore, has renamed her store INK and plans to continue Devore’s book trading policy and will honor trading credit built up during Devore’s ownership. She also has added a complete children’s room and plans to […]

Birth announcement: Gaige Schnalzer

Birth announcement: Gaige Schnalzer

Idyllwild residents David Schnalzer and Carli Nicols are proud to announce the birth of their son Gaige Schnalzer. Gaige was born at 7:57 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs. At birth, he weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 19-1/2 inches long. Gaige was warmly welcomed into the […]

Ron Korman retires from Fern Valley Water District

Ron Korman retires from Fern Valley Water District

Ron Korman, president of the Fern Valley Water District (FVWD) Board of Directors, is retiring from the board after 13 years of service. His term ends Dec. 4, but unless a special meeting is called, his last formal duty as president of the water district board will be closing the Nov. 18 meeting. His future […]

Pine Cove to test in-house approach

Pine Cove Water District (PCWD) General Manager Jerry Holldber often compliments his crew on its ability to complete most of the necessary district building and maintenance projects without needing to resort to an outside contractor. Holldber, who was approached by a vendor when inquiring about exterior paint coating prices for several of PCWD’s tanks, asked […]

Lola’s Kitchen: Baking at high altitude …

Baking desserts has been my passion since childhood. I started with cookies then graduated to cakes and other pastries. One of the hardest lessons is learning to bake at a high altitude. I own two high altitude cookbooks, “The New High Altitude Cookbook” by Beverly M. Anderson and Donna M. Hamilton, and “Pie in the […]

Off the Leash: Do we want a “do-nothing” government? …

Like a lot of Americans, I’ve been following the Republican presidential debates the last couple of months. To be honest, I find myself scratching my head and asking myself, “What in the world is going on?” I have never seen such a group of job applicants express such open disdain for the company to which […]

Creature Corner: Nov. 17, 2011

Creature Corner: Nov. 17, 2011

Leonardo is almost 2 years old. Always open to new friendships, Leonardo will bravely welcome any four-legged that walks through the door — be it canine, or feline. He knows no enemies, as he makes sure all the new orphans at ARF are accepted and safe. A sleek short haired grey, Leonardo, along with his siblings, lost his mom shortly after birth. One by one, his brothers were all adopted. He chose to pass it on, as Mr. Mom to Dawn and Dusk, who also lost their mom and were living under a house. Leonard is a one of a kind furry friend who is at his best consoling and loving other cats and dogs.

Another Point of View: Why I occupy

Americans who have not had first-hand contact with the Occupy movement are understandably curious about what it is. Who are these people? Where did they come from, and what do they want?

Long Valley draft management plan available

The California Department of Parks and Recreation has announced the availability of the draft Long Valley management Plan. The public review period began Monday, Nov. 14 and continues through Friday, Dec. 16. Comments or questions should be sent to Luke Serna, Parks and Recreation Specialist, 8885 Rio San Diego Dr., Suite 270, San Diego, CA […]

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