Creature Corner: November 23, 2017

Last week in “Days of Our Nine Lives,” ARF cats and dogs were listening to their caretakers make plans for the weekend. Little Girl: Thanksgiving...

Today’s Health Issues: What the Affordable Care Act means for seniors...

Editor’s note: Beginning this week, we will have a monthly health and healthcare column. Dr. Alberto Manetta is Professor Emeritus at the University of...

Past Tense: April 14, 2016

65 years ago - 1951 The Department of Fish and Game released a flock of 28 Mexican Bronze wild turkeys. The intent was to establish...

Readers Write: Subscription cost too high

Editor: If I read the tea leaves correctly, $8.60/month is the lowest subscription rate? I guess a dollar a week is cheaper or read it...

Out Loud: IFPD & San Jacinto …

By all indications, I believe that Idyllwild Fire commissioners and the San Jacinto City Council knew about and condoned the Joint Powers Authority to...

Past Tense: December 15, 2016

60 years ago - 1956  Former California Attorney General Robert Kenny was in town paying a visit to his former business associate, Hazel Cress. 55 years...

Bobbie Rants

By Bobbie Glasheen Rummaging in a drawer for stray M&Ms, I come across an envelope, splotched and stained with what I hope is coffee. Aha!...

Fire and Forest: Buy local firewood — keep pests off the...

Around the house we can always find pests that are more of a nuisance in our everyday lives than they are damaging — irritants...

Creature Corner: Oct. 20, 2011

Found: Almost all black male cat near Fireside Inn in Idyllwild. Blue collar. Please call ARF at (951) 659-1122 to identify. Abandoned on the ARF front porch in a cardboard box, alone and afraid, was a beautiful female Maine coon tabby mix we are calling Sweet Pea. A soft mixture of gray, black and white, she will be available soon for adoption. A reminder: It is against the law to abandon your animals. Without a medical record, we have no record of prior vaccinations and rabies shots, which could result in over inoculation.

Out Loud: February 28, 2019

Mountain life was stressful during and after the Cranston Fire. Like the Bee Canyon and Mountain fires, it felt like being on...
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