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Staff WriterGrant funding that could double the number of inspections booths at the Calexico West Pedestrian Land Port of Entry as well as other efforts to expedite border commuting were some of the issues presented to the so-called Imperial-Mexicali Valley...
Staff WriterHis supporters call him a visionary. His detractors call him a megalomaniac. All agree that he is determined. And now that he is no longer the minority voice in a 3 to 2 voting bloc on the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors, James Cleo...
Staff WriterA preliminary balanced general fund budget for fiscal year ending in 2014 will go before the El Centro City Council today with discussions likely to note a projected slight increase in sales taxes and challenges brought by projects coming into operation...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — For nearly six years Derrick Sparrow crossed the border using a SENTRI card, and throughout that time border commuting was an easy task. “At worst, using the SENTRI lane I might have come across hour-long lines once in a while, but...
Staff WriterFacing severe state budget cuts and ongoing concerns for safety, Imperial County Superior Courts decided to close three of its seven courts Wednesday. Following a 60-day public comment period, the Calexico and juvenile courts will be moved to El Centro...
Staff WriterAs deliberations on whether closures could affect three local courts continue, the Imperial County Board of Supervisors agreed on Tuesday to submit a letter to the appropriate agencies asking that the board be included in these discussions. As part of...
Staff WriterHumberto Abad Martinez, 53, left his home country of Honduras two months ago to travel to the United States in hopes of finding work. His journey included riding “the Beast,” a freight train that travels across Mexico and is notoriously...
We believe it is the time to ask, has the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors begun to overstep its bounds, micromanaging the functions of the district’s daily operation? Depending on sides chosen and allies decided, whether this is a...
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Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District board finally adopted a budget some three months into the year and after several public hearings on the matter. The IID Board of Directors approved the budget 5-0 at Tuesday’s meeting. How to balance the energy...
Politics is a game, we all know that. But sometimes the game gets worrisomely dirty. The president has been playing politics and he has been playing dirty. And I, for one, am getting worried. In the dirty game people get hurt and in this game it is all of...
This past week the paper had one story and one editorial regarding the future of the Blue Angels. Both were critical about the cuts, but neither mentioned any money amounts. What is the total annual expense (tax dollars) of the team and the cost of just...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorCuts to essential services may be in store locally if congressional legislators fail to keep the sequester from taking effect Friday, local officials say. Special and migrant education, meals for senior citizens and medical health services for low-income...
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