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Dry winter still likely

Last Wednesday about 1.3 inches of rain were recorded at the Keenwild Ranger Station. This brought the total rainfall at Keenwild, since July 1, to 4.87 inches. This is nearly 1.4 inches or 40 percent greater than the long-term average for rainfall through October. Further north, at the Vista Grande Fire Station, about 2 inches […]

Jazz fest 2014 going forward

Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines will be returning, said Anne Erikson, president of the Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation, who produce the event. The 20th Jazz in the Pines was another success, and Erikson is very positive about the upcoming 21st festival. The dates will be Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16 and 17, and the […]

Medical news: Commonly used medications can impair memory

As we age our bodies go through many “normal” changes such as skin becoming less elastic, hair beginning to thin, hearing and vision acuity decreasing, sleep patterns changing, bone density diminishing, and metabolism slowing. Perhaps the most frustrating of all are changes to our memory — our ability to recall recent memories, names and details […]

Past tense: 10.10.2013

Past tense: 10.10.2013

Stefi Chase, an Idyllwild poet and artist in the 1960’s File Photo 65 years ago – 1948 In a playoff in Palms Springs, Butler’s Nutcrackers defeated the Register Ragdolls to become Women’s Bowling League champs. 60 years ago – 1953 The first light snow of the season hit the mountain area. 55 years ago – […]

New frogs establishing new homes

The young adult Mountain Yellow-legged frogs released in Indian Creek on the James San Jacinto Mountains Reserve in June “appear to be doing great,” said Adam R. Backlin, ecologist at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Western Ecological Research Center. In September, another 200 subadult MYL frogs were released in Fuller Mill Creek, according to Backlin. “The […]

HUSD to explain Common Core standards

The Common Core standards will be the subject of a forum on Nov. 4. Hemet Unified School District began implementing the Common Core State Standards this year and will discuss and explain them to parents and the community next month. Since 2010, 45 states have adopted the same standards for English and math. These standards […]

Creature corner By Mimi and Hootch: Oct. 10, 2013

Creature corner By Mimi and Hootch: Oct. 10, 2013

Reunited this week and home safe are Coronado, Riley, Kylie, Lily and the rascal gang of related dogs lost in Pine Cove. Affectionately known as “the girls,” Bella and Sophia have been together since birth. shepherd/Aussie-mix sisters, they doted, and gained strength and happiness from each other. We are so happy to announce that they […]

Water Storage

Water Storage

Pine Cove Water District has been extending its pipeline distribution system north on along Highway 243. The work will be completed this week. Photo courtesy of Jerry Holldber

Wooley's was Living Free

Wooley’s was Living Free

Wooley’s had a table set up Saturday at Living Free. Many visitors tried on hats of all kinds. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Green board members

Green board members

The Idyllwild Garden Club’s new board is introduced during its general meeting Tuesday afternoon , Oct. 1, at the Idyllwild Community Church. From left, Chic Fojtik, publicity, Wendy Read, junior garden, Edith Brix, membership, Patti Morgan, hospitality, Joy Allgeier, Dianne Johnson, secretary, Kenilee Lanfried, 2nd vice president, Stephanie Meadows, 1st vice president, Jaye Leatherman, co-president, […]

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