Kay Wanner discusses estate planning at speaker series

Kay Wanner had worked as a legal secretary for lawyers for many years. “I was 21 and worked for a probate attorney in Simi...

Verizon mobile app screens IA ‘Arts Academy’: A year in the life of 15...

“Arts Academy,” a 10-episode television season follows 15 Idyllwild Arts Academy seniors in the year leading up to their 2015 graduation. You get to...

Get ready for Native Arts Week at Idyllwild Arts

A highlight of the summer is the annual Native American Arts Festival ...

Juniors with highest GPAs participate in commencement

According to Hemet High School’s (HHS) website, HHS was originally founded in 1894, and has been at its current location since 1972....

A Miss America story

Jo-Carroll Dennison, 96, poses with her favorite photo, in a time she was the happiest as a production assistant.  Photo...

James Reserve director next ICRC speaker

Jennifer Gee, director of the University of California’s James San Jacinto Mountains Reserve, has been a birder since the age of 9. So it...

AAI seeks new president and talks upcoming events

Donna ElliotContributed The Art Alliance of Idyllwild (AAI) held its annual member meeting and mingle Wednesday, June 30. AAI...

Spotlight: Doug Austin

Doug Austin is a presence in the community that everyone knows. Austin, a gentleman, is master of ceremonies at the Idyllwild Summer...

Amy Finley shares delectable stories

Amy Finley, joining the Idyllwild Author Series, entertained her audience Sunday afternoon with stories of Parisian and French cooking. Her 2011 book, “How to Eat a Small Country: A Family’s Pursuit of Happiness One Meal at a Time,” was the topic of her visit to INK.

SmARTS wins national award

On Monday, the Idyllwild School PTA smARTS Project received the 2017 Community Partnership Award from the Arts Schools Network, the nation’s largest professional...
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