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California lists Mountain Yellow-legged Frog as endangered

California lists Mountain Yellow-legged Frog as endangered

The state’s Fish and Game Commission made the unanimous decision Friday …

Shooting homicide in Anza

On Feb. 7, at about 9:30 a.m., deputies from the Hemet Station of Riverside County Sheriff’s Department responded to a report of an assault with a deadly weapon. The incident occurred near the intersection of Gassner Road and Roger Lane, in Anza not far from the Anza RV Resort. When deputies and California Highway Patrol […]

Zoey Onyx Patlan — Idyllwild’s first 2012 baby

Zoey Onyx Patlan — Idyllwild’s first 2012 baby

First Idyllwild baby of 2012 entered the world Friday, Feb. 3 …

County offers amnesty to unlicensed canines

County offers amnesty to unlicensed canines

Riverside County’s Animal Services Department has lifted penalties for currently unlicensed dogs …

HUSD sets 2012-13 school calendar

The Hemet Unified School District approved a school calendar and Monday, Aug. 20 will be the first day of next school year. At its last meeting, the board asked for new calendar options from staff. Last night, the board chose the Aug. 20 start date, but there was considerable discussion and some support for the […]

Auf Wiedersehen, Lowmans

Auf Wiedersehen, Lowmans

Bill and Carolyn to leave for Salzburg posting … Former Idyllwild Arts CEO and headmaster Bill Lowman is the new director of the University of Redlands (Redlands), Salzburg (Austria) Program. Lowman and his wife Carolyn leave in May for a month in Berlin for intensive German study at the Goethe Institute, and for a 2-year […]

Todd cites personal, family reasons for leaving Chamber presidency

Nick Todd, Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce president since October 2010, submitted his resignation both as president and director to the board. His resignation was effective Feb. 1. Todd cited personal and family reasons, but noted he would remain involved in an advisory capacity. Under Todd’s presidency, and under previous President Mimi Lamp, the Chamber executed […]

Congressional candidates chase contributions

The 2012 race for the 36th Congressional District is heating up. At least, the candidates — Rep. Mary Bono Mack and her Democratic challenger, Dr. Raul Ruiz — were beneficial recipients of donors’ largesse during the fourth quarter of 2011. Ruiz raised $100,000 in individual contributions during the latest reporting period. From July 1 through […]

Nick Todd resigns as Chamber president

On February 1, Nick Todd, president of the Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce, sent the Crier and his board of directors his resignation letter, citing personal and family reasons. He has appointed Vice President Richmond Blake interim president until a new election can be held. Todd took over from previous president Mimi Lamp. Todd’s letter below: […]

News of Record: Feb. 2, 2012

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Sunday, Jan. 23 to Jan. 29, 2012: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Jan. 22 — False alarm, Ridgeview Drive and Park Lane, Idyllwild. Jan. 23 — Walk-in medical aid. Jan. 24 — Medical aid, highways 243 and 74, Mountain Center. Jan. 25 — […]

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