New Pine Cove ambulance On Wednesday morning, July 1, American Medical Response had crews ready to provide ambulance service to Pine cove residents. The AMR officials and crews are (from left) Mack Blanton, medic; Kim Brown, emergency medical technician; Jim Plamer, operations supervisor and medic; Karl Schmidt, medic; and Douglas Keys, AMR general manager for Riverside County. Photo by Jerry Holldber
New Pine Cove ambulance
On Wednesday morning, July 1, American Medical Response had crews ready to provide ambulance service to Pine cove residents. The AMR officials and crews are (from left) Mack Blanton, medic; Kim Brown, emergency medical technician; Jim Plamer, operations supervisor and medic; Karl Schmidt, medic; and Douglas Keys, AMR general manager for Riverside County.
Photo by Jerry Holldber
Chef Freddie Bitsoie, from the Navajo tribe, starts plating his entree as time runs out during the Native American Chef Competition Friday night at Idyllwild Arts. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Chef Freddie Bitsoie, from the Navajo tribe, starts plating his entree as time runs out during the Native American Chef Competition Friday night at Idyllwild Arts.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Pipes in the Pines Bagpipers from the University of California, Riverside, perform their annual Pipes in the Pines concert at Alpenglow Garden Friday evening. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Pipes in the Pines
Bagpipers from the University of California, Riverside, perform their annual Pipes in the Pines concert at Alpenglow Garden Friday evening.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Members of the Idyllwild Association of Realtors conducted a town cleanup in the morning of Tuesday, July 7, following the busy holiday weekend. Volunteers shown here are (from left, front holding sign) Griffin Kretsinger, Hunter Stewart, Zane Booth, Christina Stewart and Dillon Stewart; (from left, second row) Johnny Wilson, Amber Booth, Marge Muir, Trischa Clark and Jackie Kretsinger; (from left, third row) Jim Billman, Jim Palmer, Dora Dillman, Shelly McKay, Barbara Hunt and Joe McNabb; and (from left, top) Wayne Johnston and Chris Davis. The cleanup netted some 15 bags of trash. Photo by Halie Wilson
Members of the Idyllwild Association of Realtors conducted a town cleanup in the morning of Tuesday, July 7, following the busy holiday weekend. Volunteers shown here are (from left, front holding sign) Griffin Kretsinger, Hunter Stewart, Zane Booth, Christina Stewart and Dillon Stewart; (from left, second row) Johnny
Wilson, Amber Booth, Marge Muir, Trischa Clark and Jackie Kretsinger; (from left, third row) Jim Billman, Jim Palmer, Dora Dillman, Shelly McKay, Barbara Hunt and Joe McNabb; and (from left, top) Wayne Johnston and Chris Davis. The cleanup netted some 15 bags of trash.
Photo by Halie Wilson
Dancing was the theme at this week’s reading time at the Idyllwild Library Monday morning. Special guest Tony White demonstrates spinning ribbons, which was a hit with the kids and the parents. Afterward, the kids got to make their own spinning ribbon.Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Dancing was the theme at this week’s reading time at the Idyllwild Library Monday morning. Special guest Tony White demonstrates spinning ribbons, which was a hit with the kids and the parents. Afterward, the kids got to make their own spinning ribbon. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
The American Legion Post 800 held its traditional Fourth of July barbecue. Photo by Cheryl Bayse
The American Legion Post 800 held its traditional Fourth of July barbecue.
Photo by Cheryl Bayse
Lisa Haley plays her famous blue fiddle Thursday during the first concert of the annual Idyllwild Summer Concert Series. The concerts are at the Idyllwild Community Park.                                                      Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Lisa Haley plays her famous blue fiddle Thursday during the first concert of the annual Idyllwild Summer Concert Series. The concerts are at the Idyllwild Community Park. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
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The Idyllwild Community Fund’s Wine in the Pines event at the Rainbow Inn Friday turned out a good crowd and raised a lot of money for the local philanthropy. Wine, beer, appetizers, music and auction items kept the customers happy. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Robert Carcano (left) teaches Briar Scott, 8, about the upright bass during the “Instrument Petting Zoo” event at the Idyllwild Library Tuesday afternoon, June 30. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Robert Carcano (left) teaches Briar Scott, 8, about the upright bass during the “Instrument Petting Zoo” event at the Idyllwild Library Tuesday afternoon, June 30.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Tommy’s Kitchen had a tasty Fourth of July barbecue. Photo by Cheryl Bayse
Tommy’s Kitchen had a tasty Fourth of July barbecue.
Photo by Cheryl Bayse

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