The Imperial County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to set aside $500,000 for a second loan program Tuesday, August 4, to aid local for-profit and non-profit businesses struggling becau… Read more
EL CENTRO — Isabel Andrade, Catholic Charities community services program supervisor for Imperial County, gave a presentation on Listos California during the El Centro City Council meeting Tue… Read more
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JACUMBA — US Border Patrol agents from the El Centro Sector aided a man abandoned in the mountains and in distress Thursday, August 6, accordi… Read more
BRAWLEY — Steve Reeves Ranches, a farm almost 15 miles northeast of Brawley, was quiet Saturday morning.
With agricultural recognized as an essential service, the Imperial County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office has taken the lead in distributing more than 566,000 face masks to all sectors of t…
SACRAMENTO – Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to California businesses and residents affected by the Niland Fire announced Ad… Read more
SACRAMENTO – Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West today reminded small… Read more
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EL CENTRO — First person rollercoaster views, music videos, extreme animals, and crawling dad/man-bears marked the first day of Calvary Chapel Church’s Vacation Bible School.
EL CENTRO — Local Christian author, Assistant Pastor Sean Arviso of Calvary Chapel in El Centro, has published his second book in his Bible series on Amazon.
- Local doctor pushing proven treatment of COVID into national debate
- Federal and State recreational areas and activities under question
- Munday explains downward rates of COVID in Imperial county
- BESD prepares public for first day of school
- Valley doctors pen letter on HCQ success to state health department
- Steve Reeves Ranches — Innovations in agriculture
- Yuma Sector arrests man with drugs, cash, and firearm
- Smaller private and public schools to vie for on-campus learning once waivers finalized
- Court of Appeals denies petition for rehearing from Michael Abatti
- State announces issues with disease surveillance dashboard
Imperial researchers need volunteers age 50 and older to join new ‘web study’ Read more
Due to recent power outages caused by metallic balloons made of Mylar, Imperial Irrigation District wishes to remind customers to not release these balloons in the outdoors. Read more
EL CENTRO — Third grade teacher from the El Centro Elementary School District, Norma Villicaña, has been selected as the Imperial County Teacher of the Year for the coming school year, accordi…
BRAWLEY — Students going back to school is still being hammered out by state and county officials as local schools and parents in the Imperial Valley prepare for more than one scenario to open…
IMPERIAL VALLEY — "Mom? I don't want to forget you. I promise, I'm never going to forget you!" Read more
EL CENTRO — A small blonde art student gently pushed her paint brush across a blank, white section of her sheet of paper bringing a light blue sky into existence with small, pointed strokes. Read more