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JP Crumrine

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

Capt. Purvis talks to community about crime

About 20 people took time from the busy Labor Day weekend to attend a not-widely announced public session with Capt. Leonard Purvis of the...

Supervisors take steps to begin cannabis legalization

At the Aug. 29 board of supervisors meeting, the future regulation of the legal cannabis commerce within Riverside County was begun. However, as Supervisor...

Capturing flying squirrels on camera: Nature Center meeting to discuss details

For local citizen scientists, Saturday, Sept. 9, is an opportunity to participate in regional wildlife study. The San Diego Natural History Museum is asking local...

Pine Cove voters strongly support water district incumbents

Pine Cove voters continue to express their satisfaction with incumbents on the Water District’s board. All three — Board President Robert Hewitt, Lou Padula, and...

Idyllwild Water warns customers about phone scam

Several customers of the Idyllwild Water District have reported deceiving telephone calls allegedly originating from the IWD office. The caller ID is displayed at the...

No change to Sand to Snow Monument

On Wednesday, Aug. 16, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced that he will recommend no changes be made to the Sand to...

August mail-in ballot elections may disappear

Special districts may be moved to statewide elections The last August election for members of the Pine Cove Water District may have occurred this week....

Pinyon homicide defendant seeks trial in juvenile court

Judge grants review At the Aug. 18 hearing, the attorney for Cristin Conrad Smith, one of two defendants in the 2006 triple homicide in Pinyon...

Idyllwild Fire joins fire district association

 County provides property-tax advance With only three commission members present last week, the Idyllwild Fire Protection District Commission reviewed financial data for the first month...

It’s hot! And will be

The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat advisory for the San Jacinto Mountains at least through Saturday night, Sept. 2. However, while winter...
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