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Another point of view: We are not being represented

Editor: There are many reasons we all choose to live in Idyllwild. Perhaps the best reason of all is the sense of community and family...

‘Transparency’ can be foggy

  The purpose of the Ralph M. Brown Act, which is California Government Code sections 54950 through 54963, is to mandate transparency in local government....

Another Point of View: In response to Jeff Smith’s Dec. 21...

Editor: First, I appreciate the Idyllwild Town Crier for publishing this article under its frequent, yet underutilized, “Another Point of View” banner. This is my...

Another Point of View: By State Sen. Jeff Stone

SB 30 – Putting Politics Ahead of Jobs The Truth about Senate Bill 30 Here we go again… California Senate Democrats are once again attempting to circumvent...

Another Point of View: It’s time to be counted 

Editor: Three events in my life caused me to beam with pride to be a citizen of this country. The first occurred when the U.S....

Another Point of View: Idyllwild’s substandard residential hydrant system

Editor: It’s time to put hard facts to the misguided principles of Idyllwild Water and Fire Protection districts’ hydrant system. Two required hydrant-flow surveys were conducted...

Another Point of View: Conflicts abound within Idyllwild Fire Department

Three people came forward to speak at the Idyllwild Fire Protection District meeting on Aug. 12.  All three had testified before the recent grand...

Another Point of View: Sixteen years ago, our world changed forever

To visit the site of the 9/11 attacks today, the National September 11 Memorial Plaza at the World Trade Center, is to see a...

Another point of view: Jewel box or black hole?

Editor: Idyllwild is an exquisite jewel box, beautiful in itself but also filled with priceless jewels: Idyllwild Arts, Art Alliance, and a multitude of other...

Another Point of View: Fire safety statement

Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department/County Office of Emergency Services is committed to providing the best public protection possible and to always work to improve community life and property safety. We will analyze what is best to reduce risks for a community, report what is best, and work hard to implement what is best for life and property risk reduction. This is just what we have always done and will continue to do for the San Jacinto/Santa Rosa mountains area.

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