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Staff WriterCALEXICO — The city’s water treatment plant repairs remain unfinished nearly three years after the 2010 Easter Sunday earthquake that damaged them, but hope is on the horizon as City Council approved awarding a bid proposal for the repairs...
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Staff WriterPolicies inducing geothermal energy development are being asked for by the Imperial County Board of Supervisors, as the county approved a resolution recognizing the importance of geothermal energy Tuesday. Over the last five years the county has seen...
>> 20 Years Ago — Owners of the former Shippers Ice Plant building in Brawley say an uncertain future awaits the historic building that was charred in a fire earlier this year. Built in stages before its completion in the mid-1920s, the cavernous,...
In “The Graduate,” the renowned movie from the 1960s, young graduate Benjamin Braddock is told one word by a businessman in the know about what line of business Benjamin should pursue: “Plastics.” If Benjamin were in the...
It seems almost counterintuitive that it is a good idea to pull up thriving green plants in an area as barren as the Imperial Valley. But that’s exactly what adults and children were doing Saturday in the Alamo River Wetland east of Brawley, and...
Aug. 15: Well, is the water safe to drink? Mr. Munoz needs to address this issue. The water has been smelly and hotter but is it drinkable? Even though there are many people who purchase bottled water I am certain there are others who cannot afford it. Is...
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District had a false start in moving forward getting renewable energy by the end of 2010, according to a new report from a group of scientists. However, since then it has geared up to meet the new high standards being placed on...
Staff WriterHeber’s geothermal plant is expected to get four more wells as the Imperial County Planning Commission approved amending the plant’s permit Wednesday. The plant, owned by Ormat, was built in the 1980s and currently has its wells inside the...
Staff WriterWhen Ed McGrew is asked about agriculture in the Valley, he’s quick to say the overall agricultural economy here is “the best it’s been crop by crop by crop.” But the same can’t be said about the local dairy industry or...
Staff WriterCALIPATRIA — With the background of beige pipes and white steam, local and state leaders praised the start of a new green power plant that will produce enough energy for 50,000 homes. There was a feeling of joy in the area as hundreds of people...
Staff WriterThough geothermal development faces particular permitting and transmission challenges in the Imperial Valley, a new report shows it’s still steadily growing. The geothermal industry has continued to advance, rebuilding from the lack of...
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