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IAA Ukrainian/Russian students to remain in U.S.

Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation (IAF) President Michael Slocum has shared a message from IAF President Pamela Jordan regarding Idyllwild Arts Academy...

Medi-Cal enrollees may lose coverage

From 2 to 3 million Californians now insured under Medi-Cal extensions the federal government’s American Rescue Plan (ARP) funded may lose their...

Festival film shot in Idyllwild

Filmmaker Jennifer Kramer’s entry in this year’s Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema (IIFC) has a connection to Idyllwild, having been filmed here....

HUSD adopts COVID policy amid ongoing frustrations

As California begins to roll back COVID-related public health measures, school districts across the state, including Hemet Unified School District (HUSD), have...

Idyllwild’s new postmaster has a diverse background

The Crier caught up with Idyllwild’s new postmaster this week. Mark A. Pererra displays a balance of cordiality, humility and military precision....

Local in Ukraine just before war began

Local attorney and physical therapist Bill Whitman had a brush with the dark side of geo-politics this month. He had scheduled a...

Academy senior bassoonist is a rising star

Preston Atkins, 16, a senior bassoonist at Idyllwild Arts Academy (IAA) who hails from Cedar Falls, Iowa, is preparing for a number...

Hiker’s tragedy leads to new, local PCT safety program

Doug Lehar, father of deceased Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) hiker Trevor Laher, has teamed up with two local businesses, a manufacturer of...

What and why are they spraying around telephone poles?

Last week the Crier reported a citizen’s complaint about contractors working for Southern California Edison (SCE) spraying herbicide around power poles both...

Saba writes book on case she tried in L.A.

Part-timer Taraneh Saba went from economics professor to lawyer, serving many years as a deputy district attorney. Leaving that behind, she has...
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