Groups forming to promote tolerance

After nearly a year of small group meetings, and several months of Community Dialogue meetings, Idyllwild community members are forming three groups to promote...

‘Pack it in, pack it out — help us keep the...

Hoping to gain the public’s cooperation, Caltrans hosted a press conference at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 29, at the base of Highway 330 leading...

Friends of Nature Center board seeks to raise dues

The board of the Friends of the San Jacinto Mountain County Parks seeks to raise member dues in order to help finance program expansion...

PCWD manager still concerned about use of recycled water near wells

At the end of the Pine Cove Water District board meeting last week, General Manager Jerry Holldber reported on the status of a possibility...

BREAKING NEWS: Silver Fire 95 percent contained, Twin Pines evacuation lifted

UPDATE 7:15 A.M., Monday, Aug. 12 The Silver Fire news this morning, Aug. 12, is both good and tough. The fire’s size is now estimated...

Forest Service, Cal Fire and environmental groups advocate prescribed burns

Last week, California fire agencies and several private environmental groups announced their intent to cooperate on educating the general public about the value of...

Marijuana dispensaries closed down

Riverside County Code Enforcement and Sheriff’s deputies closed two medical marijuana dispensaries Tuesday afternoon for violations of land-use codes. One is located at the...

Fire Safe Council begins to update Community Wildfire Protection Plan

Executive Director Edwina Scott and President Chris Kramer of the Mountain Communities Fire Safe Council, want to revise and bring the Hill’s last Community...

Varied opinions over medical marijuana dispensaries

Editor’s note: The Town Crier continues to solicit opinions, pro and con, on legalizing medical marijuana dispensaries in Idyllwild. Last week’s article “Marijuana dispensaries closed...

Potential vegetative fire debris hot topic: Abatement and removal of trees...

Local fire officials held their Mountain Area Safety Taskforce meeting last week, about one year after the Mountain Fire. No fires were burning on...
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