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

Washington helps sponsor Jazz in the Pines

At the June 26, Riverside County Board of Supervisors meeting, 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington recommended his colleagues concur with a $2,500 grant to...

Supervisors add money for public safety

They also approve fiscal year 2018-19 budget The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a budget, with amendments, for fiscal year 2018-19, which started this week. The...

Start studying: 12 measures on November ballot

Twelve is how many propositions will be on the November ballot and three other possibilities were withdrawn Thursday. Besides U.S. senator, offices such as...

Legislation replaces three measures on November ballot

The potential number of propositions Californian voters might have had to vote on in November was 15. However, on Thursday, June 28, the sponsors...

Trial date set for Marcus Green

A trial start date in the case against Marcus Green has been set for Aug.17. Green, 53, of Thermal, was the driver of a car...

Les Gin newest Idyllwild Water director

Editor’s note: At its June 20 meeting, the Idyllwild Water District Board of Directors selected Les Gin as the fifth director. He replaces Catherine...

Traffic collision starts holiday

At approximately 5 p.m., Tuesday,July 3, the California Highway Patrol and Idyllwild Fire Department responded to a traffic collision on South Circle Drive and...

Community meeting to discuss homeless, fire risks

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Idyllwild Fire Department, the U.S. Forest Service and the Riverside County Fire Department are holding a community meeting at...

Fireworks illegal on the Hill

“Fireworks are illegal in Riverside County,” stressed County Fire Chief Daniel Talbot at a press conference last week. “Except for certain cities, they are...

After community meeting, county modifies closest ambulance policy

The distance between the Idyllwild Fire Station and the American Medical Response unit near Foster Lake is no longer considered “zero,” with respect to...
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