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JP Crumrine

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

No role for Review board on renovation of building within Historic...

At last week’s meeting, the Idyllwild Historic Preservation District’s Local Review Board heard from its staff, Keith Herron, resources bureau chief, for the Parks...

Skywarn heads next Mile High Radio meeting

kywarn, an all volunteer organization that supports the National Weather Service Forecast Office in San Diego, will be the topic of next Thursday’s, Oct....

Idyllwild Water approves water tank inspection contract

At a special meeting, Idyllwild Water District directors approved a contact with Aquatic Inspections of Encinitas to inspect and to clean the district’s water...

Two rain storms predicted — only one arrived

Despite numerous forecasts of a strong El Niño arriving this winter, sometimes the actual weather surprises us. For several weeks, the National Weather Service’s...

Idyllwild Water offers water to help town Christmas Tree

Idyllwild Water District has offered to provide the Idyllwild Christmas Tree Lighting Committee with water for the Idyllwild Christmas Tree. During a meeting last week...

County to provide free household hazardous waste collection in Idyllwild

The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources has scheduled a free household hazardous waste collection event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept....

Idyllwild Water creates reserve funds: Announces grant money

Financial matters, including a grant receipt and new financial management policies, dominated the Idyllwild Water District’s Sept.16 board meeting. Following up on recommendations from...

RMRU busy Sunday night

The Riverside Mountain Rescue Unit was summoned to help several lost and injured hikers in the Mt. San Jacinto State Park and State Wilderness...

Art Walk and Wine Tasting two weeks away: Much more art...

A day-long art event, capped with a three-hour wine tasting, will again crowd North Circle Drive with hundreds of pedestrians Saturday, Oct. 10. For...

Wildfires burn up Forest Service budgets, too

Not only has the horrendous fire season burned thousands of acres, destroyed homes and taken lives, but the cost of fighting these disasters is...
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