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Mt. San Jacinto State Park receives award

Mt. San Jacinto State Park receives award

The Mount San Jacinto State Park received the Sponsor of the Year award from the California Conservation Corps (CCC) during a ceremony held on Jan. 26. Sector Superintendent Garratt Aitchison and District Superintendent Ron Krueper accepted the award on behalf of the park staff. “I was pleased to hear that during the nomination and voting […]

Opinion: Hill MAC history

I was on Hill MAC, for a number of years with meetings every month and the same thing happened every month. Board members would show up and we would be lucky to have one or two people from the public show. Every month, the president would be the one to bring up a subject to […]

Court order stops health care worker strike

On Monday, Jan. 30, a Riverside County Superior Court judge issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) prohibiting 248 nurses and other essential health care workers, members of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 721, from joining a scheduled one-day strike on Tuesday, Jan. 31. A spokesperson at the union office in Riverside said on Monday […]

Fuel plant may be in Hill's future

Fuel plant may be in Hill’s future

On the Mountain Communities Fire Safe Council’s list of 2012 goals and objectives is the construction of a biomass fuel facility …

Riverside County Supervisors want three-person fire crews

Last week, after significant debate, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors narrowly approved a policy of three-person teams, composed of a captain, apparatus engineer and firefighter for all county engine companies. Third District Supervisor Jeff Stone proposed the policy. He strongly defended it, even in anticipation of limited budget resources again next fiscal year. “We’ve […]

Brown budgets fire fee use

Although not $1 of the controversial Fire Prevention fee has been collected, Gov. Jerry Brown has plans for spending $50 million from that fee this fiscal year and $84 million in fiscal 2012-13. This year, $50 million of funds will supplement the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s (CAL FIRE) regular budget. Collections are […]

Friends celebrate Idyllwild library groundbreaking

Friends celebrate Idyllwild library groundbreaking

It was a day that had been long anticipated …

Idyllwild ice rink being dismantled

Idyllwild ice rink being dismantled

ICRC recently announced there would be no Idyllwild ice rink this season …

Five new businesses brighten Idyllwild's winter forecast

Five new businesses brighten Idyllwild’s winter forecast

In what is typically a slow time for Idyllwild merchants, five new businesses are opening their doors in a vote of confidence in the Hill’s economic recovery.

Idyllwild Library ground breaking

Idyllwild Library ground breaking

Third District Supervisor Jeff Stone was in Idylwild Friday for his monthly meetings and used some of the time to official break the ground on the new Idyllwild Library. “This is a very exciting day for me and for you in Idyllwild,” Stone said. Everyone was very pleased with the plans for the new library. […]

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