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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

Lake Hemet Water Park opens

The day could not have been more beautiful. A few clouds danced through an otherwise brilliant sky, a light wind ruffled the lake surface,...

Unsafe speed factors in two crashes on mountain roads

Unsafe speed contributed to two crashes on mountain roads over the weekend, according to Darren Meyer, California Highway Patrol public information officer. Around 9:30 p.m....

Local author writes novel of ancient Rome: Ron Singerton next at...

At its apex, ancient Rome is believed to have had 1,000,000 inhabitants, monumental architecture and advanced infrastructure. It was also, according to Ron Singerton’s...

Grand opening of Lake Hemet Water Park

The California Parks Company, managers of Lake Hemet Campgrounds and Market, formally open their floating water park at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 6. Admission is...

On the 78th floor of the South Tower when the first...

Bert Upson is a lucky man. He recounts how instinct and fortune saved him on multiple occasions on 9/11 in his book “On a...

Kyran Young walks PCT to raise awareness for endangered gorillas

There are many reasons to hike the Pacific Crest Trail. But one young man, Kyran Young, born in Zimbabwe on the African continent, is...

Big changes at Idyllwild Arts

Doug Ashcraft, head of school for Idyllwild Arts Academy, stood in the interior of the new William M. Lowman Concert Hall at Idyllwild Arts....

Toni Ann Johnson coming to Idyllwild Author Series: Established film, stage...

Toni Ann Johnson is an established writer in both television and film. She will be discussing her first novel, “Remedy for a Broken Angel,”...

Relatively quiet on Hill roads over holiday weekend

Even though much of the Memorial Day weekend was cold, foggy and rainy, Hill roads remained free of major traffic incidents. California Highway Patrol...

Finch and friends find hip highs and humorous lows

Barnaby Finch and friends explore the hip highs and humorous lows of jazz and country music in their annual concert to benefit the Associates...
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