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Staff WriterCALEXICO — Christmas music oddly played amid piles of charred Christmas decorations Friday morning as investigations of Thursday’s raging warehouse fire continued. Firefighters from all over the Valley as well as from Yuma and Mexicali...
Tags: Religious Festivals, Arson, Holidays
Staff WriterEllie Friesenegger, a Yuma resident, briefly experienced the toil and labor that go into irrigation and farming Friday when she tried to irrigate a small patch of soil the old-fashioned way. “No,” she said, laughing, when asked if it was...
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Staff WriterA Marine out of Yuma was reported missing Friday afternoon after not reporting to duty, according to Imperial County Sheriff’s Office logs. The Sheriff’s Office was called in about 4 p.m. to help search the area around Senators Wash near...
CALEXICO-The border fence was no obstacle for firefighters here who supplied water to Mexican firefighters with a hose that ran from Calexico to a Mexicali house fire today. The incident happened around 8 a.m. on the Mexican side of the 900 block of...
Thumbs up: To the 550 students at Southwest High School who took part in Wednesday’s Alzheimer’s Action Day event at the school. The students combined to spell the word “walk” on the football field. As part of Alzheimer’s...
Staff WriterKimberly and Frankie Valencia’s interest was sparked by the high power fire hose set up at Bucklin Park on Saturday. To get to spray the water, the two had to fight a fake fire: dragging a hose, carrying a ladder and pretending to cut through the...
email@example.comA 71-year-old Hagerstown woman suffered an amputation of her left hand Thursday afternoon when the 2002 Toyota she was driving struck a curb and a tree and flipped on its top in the Valley Mall parking lot, according to a Washington County Sheriff’s...
The Washington County Board of Commissioners has unanimously accepted a $500,000 federal COPS Hiring Program grant to hire four additional deputies for the county sheriff’s office. The U.S. Department of Justice grant will cover 75 percent, or...
The youth ministry at St. John’s UCC will host a spaghetti dinner Friday, May 31, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the church’s social hall. The menu includes spaghetti with meat sauce, (meatless will also be available), applesauce, dessert and drink. ...
Fifth marking period Distinguished honor roll Grade six — Monica Becker, Peyton Blood, Kira Brown, Caitlin Butler, Jordan Cross, Emily Curry, Skylar Detrick, Tessa Douglass, Mackenzie Dudley, Gerald Duke, Wesley Duke, Alexander Gwizdala, Erin...
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013 PREP BASEBALL BRUNSWICK, Md. — After losing two games to Brunswick during the regular season by healthy scores, Boonsboro turned the tables on the Railroaders in the postseason. After 12-2 and 10-1 losses during the regular...
reporterJean Minter loves the cold weather, but she's ready for spring. "I'm anxious to get out and plant. I love the cold weather, but now that spring is here I'm ready for my flowers," says Minter. A lot of people are like Minter and ready for the pop of...
Tags: Mother's Day, Weather Reports, Plant Openings, Weather
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