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Edison system-wide power outage

9:00 a.m. update: Power appears to be restored for most Hill customers. Members of Anza Electric Cooperative received this message at 8:28 a.m. today: Systemwide...

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Once again, the Town Crier wishes to thank its advertisers for helping save a real newspaper for our community. The Town Crier offers advertising...

Sports Roundup for Feb. 1, 2018: Basketball and Volleyball

Basketball Robert Lewis, Town Hall recreation director, gave this report on Town Hall Youth Basketball. Division 1 (ages 6-9) On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the Cafe Aroma...

From Idyllwild: CJ Dunn

“… I leave this stage tonight even more optimistic about this country than I was when we started… This generation coming up – unselfish,...

The Goat goes big: Local band gets New Year’s surprise

Idyllwild punk rock-metal band Throw The Goat got a big present to kick off 2018. The newly resurrected Combat Records label, which went dark for...

Rollover crash at Keenwild Station

California Highway Patrol and Cal Fire are responding to a single-vehicle rollover crash on Highway 243 at Keenwild Station, which had traffic blocked. The...

Idyllwild monument sign damaged by apparent car collission

The sign in front of the Idyllwild Tree monument was broken and on the ground Wednesday morning. It appears this red Sypder convertible hit the sign and was abandoned in the parking lot behind the monument.

Idyllwild’s ghost town grows into a village

The Idyllwild Haunted Hotel moved to Lake Hemet and has expanded this year to a Haunted Village, complete with the Haunted Hotel, Boneyard Maze,...

Library eclipse viewing party popular

At 9:30 a.m. already about 75 people had gathered at the Idyllwild Library for a solar eclipse viewing party. The library has a telescope...

Recreational target shooting restrictions in effect July 22

Recreational target shooting restriction will go into effect starting Saturday, July 22 throughout the San Bernardino National Forest. Fire managers expressed several reasons...
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