Hurkey Creek Bridge project starts April 20

Caltrans District 8 crews begin preparatory work to widen Hurkey Creek Bridge on Highway 74 at 8 a.m. Monday, April 20. Construction will limit...

Edwards pleads guilty to embezzling from quilters

On Thursday, April 2, Lawrence Edwards, formerly of Idyllwild, pleaded guilty to a felony count of embezzlement from the Mountain Quilters. The original complaint was...

County to post speed limit on Double View

The Riverside County Department of Transportation and Land Management has proposed establishing a speed limit on Double View Drive. A 25-mph limit, which could...

Free Hazardous waste collection scheduled April 25

California law currently prohibits residents from disposing of household batteries in trash. The regulations are in place because household batteries contain components that could...

News of Record: April 9, 2015

Fire log The Idyllwild Fire Station did not report responses for last week. Sheriff’s log The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station responded to the following calls,...

Business Changes: Four Seasons Nursery returns

Four Seasons Nursery, on Highway 243 across from the Shell station, reopened for the season on Friday, April 3, according to owner Lisa Shinkle. And,...

Framework for Lowman Concert Hall

Steel framework is in place for the Lowman Concert Hall on the Idyllwild Arts campus. Completion is anticipated for late August or early September 2015.

Dickens essay and poster contest winners

Winners of the 2015 Idyllwild School Charles Dickens Essay and Poster Contest were announced Tuesday morning. The contest, in its eleventh year, is sponsored by Mary Austin Scholarships and Grants. Some $550 in cash prizes were awarded. Pictured here from top row left: Suzy Caparelli, Matt Kraemer, Marina Khella, Matt Hamlet, Doug Austin, Sophia Holanda, George Companiott, Vinny Parillo, Donna Mercer and Sierra Barnett; bottom row from left: Sidney Cruz, Abby See, Parker Strunk, Arriana Felix, Zack Zambranao and Izaiah Carmen.

Career week during spring break

We hope to bring extra fun to each school holiday break. This year we had a “What do you want to be when you grow up?” theme. Monday started off with Todd Hoggan, a wildlife biologist. He brought with him several different animals to share.

Riverside County health department wants to hear from residents

The Mountain Disaster Preparedness group is hosting a special meeting next week with the Riverside County Department of Public Health and the community at...
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