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Town Crier new weather station

The National Weather Service officials met with Town Crier owner and co-publisher Jack Clark (left) about establishing a NWS weather recording station in Idyllwild at the paper Tuesday morning. Noel Isla (center), observing program leader, discussed the requirements and equipment and was accompanied by Brett Albright (right).

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.

Another Point of View: Public records and you

The annual nationwide Sunshine Week is celebrated this year from March 15 to 21. USA newspapers publish stories about public records and the difficulty in obtaining some of them. “Public records” are generally defined as records regardless of their physical form (so email would be included), made or received in connection with the transaction of official business by any government agency.

Creature Corner: March 19, 2015

Several paws up to our polydactyl kitten brothers who found the most loving home together. Furball Bill is a 3-year-old male with gorgeous champagne color....

Past Tense: March 19, 2015

65 years ago - 1950 Ex-president Herbert Hoover was invited to attend the dedication of the Lou Henry Hoover Memorial Forest at Azalea Trails Girl...

News of Record: March 19, 2015

Fire log The Idyllwild Fire Station responded to the following calls, Wednesday to Sunday, March 11 to 15. Idyllwild • March 11 — Medical aid, Deer Foot...

Idyllwild Arts dance recital

Juan Posada plays “Escamillo” in Carmen, the final performance of the Idyllwild Arts Academy Spring Dance Concert over the weekend.

FERRO coming soon

Coming soon to Idyllwild will be the new restaurant FERRO, on Cedar Street. The new sign was recently installed.

Youth Grantmakers support local nonprofits

Idyllwild Youth Grantmakers awarded $3,500 last week to four local nonprofits. Above right, the 2015 Youth Grantmaker award recipients are Michelle Johnson, for the Idyllwild School Booster Club, Sandy Wampler, for the Friends of San Jacinto Mountain County Parks, Antje Banks, for the Idyllwild Garden Club, and Rachel Teeguarden, for the San Jacinto Mountain Community Center.