PHOTO: Clark accepts award

Town Crier Publisher-Editor Becky Clark speaks to the California Press Foundation audience Friday night at the Marines’ Memorial Club in San Francisco after receiving the Justus F. Craemer Newspaper Executive of the Year award. Clark’s grandson, Carter Johnson, 8, holds the award presented by Hal Fuson. Clark also was elected chair of the foundation earlier in the day.

Radio Club expected to approve WNKI agreement

The Mile High Radio Club must now approve the same agreement for operation of local emergency radio station WNKI (1610 AM) that the Idyllwild...

Fire chief lifts ban on open burning

Following recent rains, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Chief John R. Hawkins lifted the suspension of open burning effective 8 a.m. Monday, Dec. 8, for...

Web page to help commuters

Commuters and other drivers who need to know which Riverside County roads are closed because of recent storms can go to the Transportation Department...

News of Record: December 11, 2014

    Fire log The Idyllwild Fire Station responded to the following calls, Tuesday to Monday, Dec. 2 to Dec. 8.   Idyllwild • Dec. 2 — Chimney or flue...

Flu season may be bad, CDC warns

This winter’s flu season may be worse than anticipated, said officials of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week, and the...

Lost hikers found and rescued Friday night

On Friday evening, Dec. 5, deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Cabazon Station responded to the top of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway...

Forest Service starts winter prescribed burn program

With the arrival of favorable weather conditions, the U.S. Forest Service has begun its winter prescribed burn program throughout the San Bernardino National Forest....

Rain came, more coming: Drought still present

It was a good rain last week. Nearly 2.25 inches of precipitation were recorded at the U.S. Forest Service Keenwild Ranger Station. Since the...

Volunteers needed for bald eagle count: Begins Saturday, Dec. 13

The U.S. Forest Service needs help counting bald eagles in the San Bernardino National Forest. For the 36th season, the annual winter bald eagle...
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