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HELP Center Health Fair a success

HELP Center Health Fair a success

The Idyllwild Health Fair held Saturday at the Fern Creek Medical Center presented by the Idyllwild HELP Center and Dr. Ken Browning was a success, according to Dr. Richard Goldberg who has been involved with the Health Fair since its inception in 2009. “We gave 108 flu vaccinations of the 150 provided by the county,” […]

Holiday Closings – Veteran’s Day

Hill businesses and institutions that will be closed Monday, Nov. 11, to observe Veterans Day: • Area post offices • BBVA Compass Bank • Hemet Unified School District • Idyllwild Library • Idyllwild Water District • Pine Cove Water District • Riverside County offices • U.S. Forest Service   These will be open: • Fern […]

Idyllwild Water dredging Foster Lake

With its largest storage facility, Foster Lake, nearly empty because of the lack of rain over the past two years, Idyllwild Water District has decided to conduct some maintenance of the lake. In a special Oct. 29 morning meeting, the board unanimously approved General Manager’s Terry Lyons’ recommendation to use Idyllwild Backhoe from among five […]

Readers write: Teen center needs youth activities

Editor’s note: As part of the Common Core standards being taught at Idyllwild School, teacher George Companiott had his eighth-grade students write letters to the editor. Over the next few weeks, Town Crier will print a few of these. Editor: Idyllwild lacks recreational activities for youth to participate in. I think that 13- to 17-year-olds […]

News of Record: November 7, 2013

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Tuesday, Oct. 29, to Monday, Nov. 4:   Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Oct. 29 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Oct. 30 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Oct. 31 — Medical aids, Idyllwild. Nov. 1 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Nov. 2 — Medical aid, Idyllwild. Nov. 2 […]

Out loud: Public corruption …

Amongst the Halloween photos, columns and big news stories in this issue is a small article you may have missed and I don’t want you to. Read the little page 5 story J.P. Crumrine wrote and this is why it’s significant. Right now, as I write this column, the Inland Regional Joint Corruption Task Force […]

Supes may extend time to keep emails

In times when many feel that government is becoming darker and less transparent, the Riverside County supervisors plan to take a step in the openness direction. The county’s policy on electronic media (A-50) requires that all emails — either sent or received — shall be deleted after 45 days. There is no exception. However, at […]

Only in Idyllwild – November 7, 2013

Lasca Terhorst (who is a beautiful 93) and I went to lunch last Wednesday at the Gastrognome. We had a lovely lunch by the fire. When we were finished, our waitress asked, “Did you see those two Marines sitting in the back?” I looked but they had already gone. She then said, “They picked up […]

Readers write: Events needed for local youth

Editor’s note: As part of the Common Core standards being taught at Idyllwild School, teacher George Companiott had his eighth-grade students write letters to the editor. Over the next few weeks, Town Crier will print a few of these.   Editor: As an Idyllwild juvenile, I’ve noticed a lack of youth programs in the community. […]

Kilingaman the collegiate

Kilingaman the collegiate

Idyllwild’s Emma Klingaman finished eighth in the Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals cross-country meet

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