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Past tense: April 19, 2012

1 year ago - 2011 Idyllwild local Brendan Steele established himself as a major contender in his rookie season on the PGA Tour by winning his first major tournament, the 2011 Valero Texas Open. Steele earned $1,116,000 with his win.

Creature Corner: April 19, 2012

Paws up to Summer, the shepherd who forgot it was winter and went for walk. She has been reunited, and is safe and at home. As well as to Buffy, the Lab, who just stepped out briefly.

Sports: Town Hall Youth Volleyball

The first ever Town Hall youth co-ed volleyball game was played Friday night, April 13. Playing volleyball, other than for Idyllwild School, is a new opportunity for the kids on the Hill.

Third annual Anza Valley artists gallery show

High Country Communities of talented artists will present their work at the third “Heart of the High Country” gallery show at the Anza Community Hall, 56630 Highway 371, in Anza, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28.

Ruiz and Bono Mack funds grow

The 2012 race for the 36th Congressional District is still more than six months away, but the competition for campaign money and the public’s perception of the candidates— Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack and her Democratic challenger, Dr. Raul Ruiz — is already intense.

Commission intended to terminate contracts

In a special meeting following its April 10 regular monthly meeting, the commission adopted two motions both explicitly stating that it had been directing Interim Fire Chief Michael Sherman to prepare letters to terminate the service outside the District effective June 30.

Opinion: Further thoughts or further fabrications?

In last week’s Readers write, a Pine Cove resident addressed what she considered fabrications regarding IFPD’s provision of ambulance service to Pine Cove. The author of last week’s letter should take her own advice to ensure that her comments are supported by fact.

Opinion: We can rid the crime together

My family has been here since the late 1930s to early 1940s, and I have never seen the Sheriffs log with so many burglaries.

Opinion: Five-minute drive can save a life

My neighbor in Pine Cove is battling a terminal illness. Sherman’s statements to terminate the ambulance service contract with the people of Pine...