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FEATURED: Brawley’s Superintendent Jaime Silva one year later

After a year serving as Brawley Elementary School District superintendent, Jaime Silva said he feels ready to tackle the challenges that await him in the school district.

Lions’ Center pool hosts ‘Dive In’ night at the movies

BRAWLEY - Several hundred Brawley residents came out for a night of cool fun Sunday at the Lion’s Center Pool for the third annual Dive-In Movie Night to kick off the city's Fourth of July celebrations. The event is hosted by the Brawley Parks and Recreation Commission as a town celebration before the Fourth of July holiday. Families were treated to a night of free fun in the pool that included swimming, free hotdogs with chips and drinks, shaved ice, and of course, the movie. Appropriately, “Finding Dory” was the movie of choice this year.

BUHS seniors look back during walk through grade schools

BRAWLEY — With Brawley Union High School’s graduation just a day away, seniors took time from all the bustle of preparations to do a quick walk down memory lane through their old elementary schools Tuesday.

Pinning starts Brawley nursing students on a bright path

BRAWLEY - The 2017 Imperial Valley Regional Occupation Program (IVROP) Certified Nursing Assistant class of Brawley Union High School held a pinning ceremony May 30...

Wildcats reap their rewards at Senior Awards Night

BRAWLEY - Brawley Union High School seniors reaped the rewards of good grades and community service, as well as all the hours spent applying for various scholarships, Tuesday at Palmer Auditorium at the BUHS Senior Awards Night.

Brawley elementary district honors ACSA Teachers of the Year

The Association of California School Administrators of ACSA recently nominated three teachers from Brawley Elementary School District (BESD) for the title of Teacher of the Year: Maria Flores, Adriana Guerrero, and Gail Zeigler.

History comes alive at annual Witter School Wax Museum event

BRAWLEY — With stylish dresses, handsome vests and even a few mustaches added in the mix, the main hallway of Witter Elementary School was decorated with a new set of historical statues Thursday.

Hidalgo School’s Inaugural Father/Daughter Dance is a hit

BRAWLEY — Every day, most little girls are treated like princesses by their fathers, and this was the theme for Miguel Hidalgo Elementary School’s first annual Father/Daughter Dance Friday as daughters wore handmade crowns and glided across the dance floor with their dads.

Pioneers Memorial holds town halls on upcoming services

BRAWLEY- Pioneers Memorial Hospital (PMH) held the first of three town halls at the Brawley City Council Chamber on Thursday to receive community feedback...

Future Chefs crown Joel Lopez winner in Brawley

BRAWLEY — Sodexo food services company crowned Oakley elementary student Joel Lopez the Future Chefs champion of the Brawley Elementary District during the sixth annual Future...

Brawley elementary classified positions may be in jeopardy

CSEA said they were both outraged and appalled at the layoffs, stating it was done without their knowledge.

BESD seeks to redraw school boundary lines

The major concern was if the lines were to be redrawn, the children would be crossing two major obstacles and danger zones in the form of Old Highway 111 and the railroad tracks.

Community honors memory of Frankie Chavez at 23rd annual fundraiser

BRAWLEY — Softball and barbecue were both on the menu Saturday at the 23rd annual Frankie Chavez Scholarship Fundraiser at Brawley’s Hinojosa Park where volunteers worked to...

Phil Swing students are ‘Heart Heroes’ in jump rope fundraiser

BRAWLEY — A skip and a hop multiplied by an entire school full of eager children can make a big difference and send ripples across lives that can affect anyone.

McTeacher’s Nights Program Earns Money for Local Schools

BRAWLEY — Seeing local school teachers behind the counter at McDonald’s restaurant can only mean one thing in Imperial Valley -- the annual February McTeacher's Nights have begun.

Brawley Schools’ Anti-Bullying 5K Run Brings Community Together

BRAWLEY — It was a cold Saturday morning, but that didn’t stop the runners of the fourth Annual Brawley Elementary School District Anti-Bullying 5K Run and Walk at Jeff Thornton Park in Brawley as they promoted an age-old crusade against bullying in schools and the community.

Brawley City Council Honors Retirees and Raises Trash Rates

The Brawley City Council honored retiring Police Officer Arnold Valdez after 30 years of service at their meeting last Tuesday.

Pioneers Donates Pajamas to Children of Boys and Girls Club

BRAWLEY- Children at the Boys and Girls Club of Brawley start their winter break in new, warm pajamas thanks to the generosity of Pioneers...

The Love of God Abounds at Annual Christmas Toy Giveaway

House of Bread Ministries’ eighth annual toy giveaway was a north-end success Saturday morning as they gave out thousands of Christmas presents to the children of the Imperial Valley community.

Ridge Park Renamed After Brawley Hero, Scott P. Pace

BRAWLEY — Ridge Park has been renamed in honor of Captain Scott P. Pace, a real Brawley hero who gave his life to save others in the line of duty during Operation Enduring Freedom.