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JP Crumrine

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JP Crumrine is news editor of the Idyllwild Town Crier newspaper.

Brewpub comes to aid of Idyllwild Water

The evacuation of Idyllwild created an unintended consequence for the Idyllwild Water District. With many fewer people in town, demand on the wastewater treatment plant...

Highway 74 to remain closed for some time

The Cranston Fire burned up to and across both highways 74 and 243. Currently, Highway 74 from Idyllwild to Mountain Center is closed to through...

Hundreds listen to fire team and local leaders

The community meeting about the Cranston Fire drew dozens of local residents. It became standing-room-only when more than 100 chairs were filled, and more...

Medlock hearing for Silver Fire arson moved to June

Stephen Patrick Medlock, 52, a transient, charged with arson for igniting the 2013 Silver Fire, had his July 26 felony settlement conference moved to...

The Cranston Fire from July 25 to July 30

Wednesday, July 25, the third of four consecutive days of heat warning, started with blue skies, hardly any clouds, but hot. No one had any idea how hot the day and days that followed would get.

Suspected arsonist arraigned and in custody

On Friday, Riverside County District Attorney Michael Hestrin announced that Brandon N. McGlover, 32, of Temecula, was charged with 15 felony counts related to...

Cranston Fire: end of day 6

The fire's footprint remains about the same 13,140 acres, but containment continues to improve. At a meeting of community residents, which more than hundred attended,...

Cranston Fire: Highway 74

The Cranston Fire burned up to and across both Highways 74 and 243. Currently Hwy 243 from Idyllwild to Mountain Center is closed to...

Cranston Fire, Monday, July 30

Monday morning, the Incident Management Team reported the size of the Cranston Fire is 13,139 acres. It has grown nine acres over night and...

During the Cranston Fire

The Cranston Fire burned thousand of acres around Idyllwild and caused the town to be evacuated. During the fire, several significant events occurred here...
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