Past Tense: September 3, 2015

65 years ago - 1950 Angling in the area had never been so good. More than 9,000 catchable-sized trout had been planted in lakes Hemet...

Students wanted for middle school’s athletic programs

Hemet Unified School District’s middle schools are having their sports tryouts. If your student is interested in joining flag football, girls volleyball, cross country...

Caretaking and caregiving focus of next panel discussion

It is not just the loved ones who need succor but often those tendering care need love, too. No matter how much love and goodwill...

Stratford Players stage ‘The Lion in Winter’: A Plantagenet Christmas of...

All families have their problems and issues. But rarely are they as witty, salacious, gothic and funny as are found in the Stratford Players’...

Art, Farm and Flea market emphasizes country

Mountain Feed and Hay’s Art, Farm and Flea Market in Mountain Center emphasizes locally produced art, crafts and natural products with an emphasis on...

Barbara Rayliss – soul searching artist

Barbara Rayliss, singer, actor and teacher, digs in and finds the soul in everything — the human communion that unites us and the art...

Gail Qi opts for a time out: Leaves Far East Gifts...

“I’ve never stopped working since coming to the U.S. in 1982,” said Gail (Hai Fang) Qi, founder and longtime owner of Far East Gifts....

Dakota Boucher, 13, creates local lending libraries

Dakota Boucher, 13, Idyllwild resident and Girl Scout Cadette, plans to become a doctor — a general practitioner. At this moment in time, the...

Midnight Rumba in Cuba with Eduardo: A literary tour to places...

Cuban émigré and Idyllwild author Eduardo Santiago intimately knows the Havana landmarks in his novel, “Midnight Rumba” (Cuban Heel Press, 2013). And now, because...
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