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Idyllwild library to hold book sale

The Friends of the Idyllwild Library will hold a Labor Day weekend sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, and Sunday, Sept. 4, on the library deck at 54185 Pine Crest Avenue. This will be the last sale of the year. There will be many books available, and very reasonably priced collectible […]

Mountain Folk: McKnight sworn in as Naval Midshipman

Mountain Folk: McKnight sworn in as Naval Midshipman

Idyllwild resident and member of the American Legion Post 800 Honor Guard, Danielle McKnight, at right standing in military formation with her fellow midshipmen, was sworn in as a Naval Midshipman at the Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine, after completing a demanding orientation session at which candidates were judged as suitable officer candidates for […]

Only in Idyllwild: Aug. 25, 2011

My husband and I stopped to see the quilts displayed for sale on Highway 243 (next to the HELP Center). We stopped to look and enjoyed visiting with Joan, who makes the quilts. She and her husband recently bought the property. We weren’t sure the quilt we chose would fit on our bed as it […]

Lola’s Kitchen: My mother’s cooking …

Since I grew up on an apricot ranch that my parents owned in San Jose, Calif., I always had plenty of fresh, homegrown fruits and vegetables available. Our milk came from a neighboring dairy, so everything was fresh. Whenever I think of my mother, I see her in the kitchen. It seemed she was always […]

That Was Yummy! Chiles rellenos from La Casita Mexican Restaurant …

Dear That Was Yummy, Each time I go to La Casita Mexican Restaurant, I must have their chiles rellenos. I have eaten this dish at many restaurants over the years, and their version is by far the best. I asked Robert at La Casita for the recipe, and he was very gracious to share it […]

Idyllwild Fire: Ready for $100 fee

Idyllwild Fire: Ready for $100 fee

Future and past financial issues were the focus of the Idyllwild Fire Protection District’s (IFPD) meeting, Tuesday, Aug. 16. First, the commission agreed that, if Measure G, which authorizes raising the district’s special tax from $65 up to $130 annually, passes, they will set the 2011-12 level at $100. Secondly, the commission heard from Scott […]

Idyllwild School STAR scores stellar

Idyllwild School STAR scores stellar

Idyllwild School (IS) students scored impressively in the annual California Standardized Testing and Reporting Program exams in language arts, mathematics, algebra, science, and history-social science.

Groups forming to promote tolerance

After nearly a year of small group meetings, and several months of Community Dialogue meetings, Idyllwild community members are forming three groups to promote community cohesiveness, community safety, tolerance and better understanding of existing divisions within the greater population. The Community Dialogue meetings came about in response to a number of hate crimes that began […]

Recreation program seeks classes and revenues

In an effort to generate revenue for the County Service Area (CSA) 36 recreation district, the county wants to work with local experts and teachers to find offerings that will reward the instructor and help the local recreation program expand program offerings. The idea is to encourage individuals to offer classes or programs for which […]

Opinion: The village makes the concerts happen

We have completed another year of Idyllwild Summer Concerts and this concludes 12 summers. The generous support of time, talent and money has now made this happen for 12 seasons. Since Idyllwild Summer Concerts moved to our own Community Center, the attendance has grown to record levels. It’s a pleasure to watch everyone enjoying the […]

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