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Dear Native American Heritage Commission and Gov. Brown: As a Native American in Southern California, and the former historic preservation officer for the Quechan Indian Tribe, I would like to thank the Native American Heritage Commission for reaching an...
Tags: Executive Branch, Culture, Politics, Energy Saving, Government
Staff WriterOCOTILLO — The project area where the controversial 112 wind turbine project is located was recently deemed a “sacred site” by the Native American Heritage Commission, a ruling seen as symbolic victory by some opposing the project. The...
It’s fitting that the Imperial Valley chapter of the NAACP would announce its reformation and introduce its new officers during Black History Month, as the group sets a new course in making its own local black history. Imperial County’s NAACP...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — A well-known advocate of the arts will be honored tonight as the Calexico Cultural Arts Center is renamed in honor of former City Councilwoman Carmen Durazo. Durazo was instrumental in opening the city’s cultural arts center in...
Tags: Arts, Culture, Arts and Culture, Ceremonies, Human Interest
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Children excitedly giggled and cheered on other graduates receiving their diplomas as parents proudly took photos during a summer program graduation ceremony Thursday at the Calexico Cultural Arts Center. Sixty area children between...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture
Staff WriterA 112-wind-turbine project set to be built east of Ocotillo received approval from the Department of Interior on Friday, the Bureau of Land Management announced. The announcement comes about two weeks after the Board of Supervisors approved the project...
Tags: Wind Power, Culture, Politics, Energy, Interior Policy
Staff WriterArea children can win prizes, hone art skills and have a chance for their art to be displayed through participation in the 16th annual “This is my Mexico” worldwide contest. The competition is available to children between 7 and 11 years...
Tags: Culture, Mexico, Arts and Culture, Mexico City
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterWhen a melding of minds meets monthly a reoccurring question can frequently be heard. “Anything else for the good of the cause,” Sue Hess, vice chairwoman of the Imperial County P-16 Council, asked those gathered at a meeting Tuesday in El...
Staff WriterAn increasingly invaluable opportunity to experience Chinese culture arrives tonight in the form of the San Diego State University-Imperial Valley campus scholarship gala. The Journey to China themed gala gives attendees exposure to Chinese culture,...
Tags: Confucianism, Culture, Education, Music Theater, Theater
The St. Francis Upward Bound Program is accepting applications form college-bound eighth-, ninth- and 10th-grade public school students in Cambria County. The program is designed to help students prepare for and pursue a college degree following high...
By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail In 1949, Anna Brugh Singer traveled to Hagerstown to dedicate the addition of two wings to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, including the Singer Memorial Gallery. She and her husband, William,...
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