BRAWLEY — In 2002, kidnap victim Elizabeth Smart’s name was splashed over newspaper headlines and news channels, when she was notoriously kidnapped from her home in Salt Lake City, Utah.Read More
BRAWLEY — Brawley Girl Scout Troop #7002 gave over 300 pounds of dog and cat food Wednesday, May 20th to the Imperial Valley Humane Society.
CALEXICO – Problems appear deeper for Calexico as California Joint Powers Insurance authority plans to cancel the city’s insurance if they don’t stabilize soon.
EL CENTRO – Imperial County’s unemployment rate went up slightly in April to 21.2 percent. The rate is higher than March’s rate of 19.9 percent. In 2014, April’s unemployment rate came in at 21.6 percent. All of the numbers are not seasonally adjusted.
EL CENTRO — Protesters stand before Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia’s El Centro office to show their disapproval of a new bill quickly gaining momentum in the California assembly.
BRAWLEY – Red, white and blue flags swirled through the crisp morning air Sunday as residents from all over the Imperial Valley donned walking shoes to make an eight-mile march in memory and honor of the military men and woman who served and died for the United States of America.
BRAWLEY — More than 1,152 American flags were placed on grave sites throughout Riverview Cemetery early Saturday morning in remembrance and honor for the veterans that served in the United States Military this Memorial Day weekend.
BRAWLEY – Members from the community came together Sunday evening to celebrate the “grand opening” of the first ever Catholic radio station in the Imperial Valley – St. John Paul II Catholic Radio, KCJP FM 95.7.
BRAWLEY – Emergency Medical Service (EMS) professionals from across the Valley enjoyed a two-man scramble Saturday, May 23, at Del Rio Country Club in Brawley.
EL CENTRO – The Imperial Tigers traveled to El Centro last Tuesday evening to face the Southwest Eagles in their second-to-last game of the regular season. The game went back and forth on hitting and scoring, and in the end the Eagles managed a very close 6-5 victory.
EL CENTRO – It was a struggle from start to finish last Thursday evening on the Central baseball diamond as the Imperial Tigers battled the Spartans and the wind, and in the end it was the Spartans who were able to get the best of both of their adversaries, with a 2-0 victory.
A teenager learns the importance of war veterans in this inspiring story.