Jeff Peterson’s guitar concert at idyllwild Arts scheduled for Monday, Jan. 23 is in jeopardy, according to Darren Schilling, Director of Marketing for the school. Peterson has recently injured his back and may not be able to travel from Hawaii to Southern California. To be sure about the concert’s status, Schilling suggested people call the […]
Crews are gutting the inside of the Cornet Building, adjacent to Fairway Market, this week to make way for a remodel of the building, which will house the new Idyllwild library. Friends of the Idyllwild Library and residents expect the new library to be open this coming summer.
After his recent visit, my wife and I invited our 30-year-old son to move to Idyllwild. He loves fishing, hiking, and the outdoors, all which provide him a much-needed respite from the pressure of his days in the Marine Corps. When I saw a T-shirt hanging in the Idyllwild Gift Shop the other day, I […]
Idyllwild Fire Protection Department crews responded to a structure fire Thursday around 12:30 p.m. in the 5400 block of North Circle Drive. The house belongs to Lloyd Wood, former Idyllwild Postmaster. His daughter, Linda Richardson, started a fire in the wood burning stove to “take the chill off the house.” The Woods were not home […]
Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Sunday, Jan. 9 to Jan. 15, 2012: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Jan. 9 — Medical aid, Idyllmont Drive, Idyllwild. Jan. 11 — Flammable gas or liquid, Cedar Drive, Idyllwild. Jan. 12 — Smoke or odor removal, Pine Crest Avenue, Idyllwild. Jan. 12 […]
In a strategic plan dated Oct. 2011, Reba Coulter, Doris Telles, and Sandra Wilkes, spokespersons for the nascent senior group Forest Folk, debuted a five-year plan that seeks to serve Idyllwild’s older population. The annotated plan examines the changing population demographic not only in Idyllwild, but in the U.S., with an expanded aging population living […]
Recently, during a Town Hall meeting in New Hampshire, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney fielded a question from a young man in the crowd, asking the candidate if he thought that corporations were people. The question was in reference to the Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission decision handed down by the Supreme Court on […]
The Hemet Unified School District (HUSD) Board of Trustees sent back for administrative consideration a proposal to revise the 2012-2013 school calendar to include a three-week winter break. The motion to revise the school calendar from the existing two-week winter break failed for lack of a motion to approve. Prior to the board’s action, Idyllwild […]