Opinion: Cable service

I like good television reception, fast internet speeds for my computer, and voice over internet protocol for cheaper telephone service. The choices available for these...

Opinion: Signs of the future for recreation

During this past weekend, you may have noticed three graphically attractive vans moving throughout Idyllwild. Riverside County’s Economic Development Agency’s MARS Program (Mobile Activities...

Opinion: Freedom of South California?

I can sense the frustration in conservative Supervisor Jeff Stone’s idea outlining conservative SoCal counties forming their own state of South California. You got...

Opinion: More taxes, fewer services

Try the same services for the same fees. What a concept. We must say no to the perpetual devaluation of our dollar. Every time...

Creature Corner: July 21, 2011

Oh, sweet Bobby McGee, if only you could tell us your story. Were you born with the physical challenges that you bear with such grace and good humor? Did someone literally kick you out into the streets because they couldn’t understand you — or didn’t have the small measure of patience it takes to love you?

Past Tense: July 21, 2011

60 years ago - 1951 The Chamber of Commerce, working on a community recreation program, was raffling off a brand new Chevrolet to raise money...

Opinion: Freedom of expression

Don Dietz’ letter to the editor in last week’s paper really struck home about all the wonderful people that live in the Idyllwild area:...

Opinion: Freedom to rescue

On Thursday, July 7, at l0 a.m., I was driving down the San Jacinto Mountains from the small village town of Idyllwild. It was...

Off the Main Roads: Carumba Trail — safe and beautiful

One of the best ways to enjoy our mountain this time of year is a summer camping trip. I would encourage everyone to dust off those old packs and head out to experience our mountain habitat in its full glory.

Opinion: Freedom to remember a park

To try for the big picture, I’ll jump around. The park was called Eleanor Park, in memory of Eleanor Johnson. The park had lilac...
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