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Marshall Smith has been writing for the Town Crier since 2005. His favorite quote is: '"Some men see things as they are, and ask why. I dream of things that never were, and ask why not." Robert Kennedy quoting George Bernard Shaw

Idyllwild Historic Preservation District board announces Mills Act town hall

The Idyllwild Historic Preservation District Review Board announced a community meeting to acquaint property owners, especially those within the district, with what has been...

ER reservations: Valuable service or an oxymoron?

Physicians for Healthy Hospitals, which operates both Hemet Valley and Menifee Valley medical centers, announced they would follow a national trend and begin allowing...

Town Baker perfects the arts of oven and diplomacy

Paul Amick and Ken Urias, the couple who have made the Town Baker a local sensation, practice artistry — both in the kitchen and...

Jessie Ornelas-Mares is new counselor at Idyllwild School

Jessie Ornelas-Mares splits her time as school counselor between two of the most highly regarded schools in the Hemet Unified School District, Idyllwild School...

Film, TV composer Peter Davison finds the perfect studio – Idyllwild

Award-winning film and television composer and orchestrator Peter Davison built a major career in Los Angeles until he found the perfect studio in which...

Idyllwild Haunted Ghost Town moves to Town Hall

With details still to be resolved, it appears Kathy Sacher Wilson’s popular Idyllwild Haunted Ghost Town will move to Town Hall for its 12th...

22nd Jazz in the Pines continues string of successes

Memories — fond, good, great and loving — are all that remain of the 22nd-annual Jazz in the Pines. Once again, the Hill has...

Bonfire near Idyllwild Arts fuels fire threats

Chief Patrick Reitz, Idyllwild Fire Protection District, confirmed his department responded to reports of a bonfire in Alvin Meadows in back of the Idyllwild...

Tri-county high school students learn Red Cross skills

Eighty high school students from Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange counties attended Red Cross training at Idyllwild Pines Camp this past week. Their primary...

September grant cycle may mean money for Safety Corridor

September may free up grant money to help fund a proposed Safety Corridor on highways 74 and 243, according to California Highway Patrol Public...
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