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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterThe state is looking into habitat restoration options for the Salton Sea, and the first draft of an environmental report is ready for public comment. The state released the draft Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat project environmental impact...
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Adelante Valle Staff WriterI’ve been a San Francisco 49er fan since the Joe Montana era. Our team has won several Super Bowl championships and has achieved many other National Football League records. But that was too long ago. In recent years, the soon-to-be Santa Clara...
SAN FRANCISCO -- California's same-sex marriage ban faces its next legal test Tuesday when the state's highest court attempts to shed light on whether the voter-approved measure's backers have legal authority to appeal the federal ruling that overturned...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterSalton Sea wildlife habitat is set to be discussed this week as a state agency holds public meetings in Imperial County. The California Natural Resources Agency is asking for opinions on a draft environmental impact report for the Salton Sea Species...
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Imperial County is blessed to have many people who spend countless hours helping this Valley’s needy and its youths. Among those is Mary Harmon, newly retired from the Imperial County-University of California Cooperative Extension’s 4-H...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- In the ongoing quest to better anticipate future earthquakes, scientists embarked on an ambitious experiment: Identify the likeliest places where magnitude-4.9 quakes or stronger would occur in seismically active California over a...
Little Debbie is rolling over in her grave, blowing cream-filled chunks into her cocoa-dusted bonnet. That some rabble-rousing young Republicans from America’s liberal hotbed have corrupted the treat du jour for their bitter bon mot on affirmative...
Educators and organization leaders explored interactive activities and lessons from the Farm Smart curriculum, sampled Farm Smart recipes and toured the University of California’s Desert Research and Extensions Center on a hayride during an open...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterWith state tax revenues falling short of projections and looming mid-year cuts to education being triggered in 2012, local educators are not predicting the end of the world. At least that’s not the response given by some superintendents and...
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Sports writerIt has been a great run for the Imperial Girls' 10-and-under All-Star softball squad and not just because it won three consecutive tournaments. It also qualified for a state tournament. "It has been an overall team effort from these girls," Imperial...
Tags: Sports, Multi-Sport Events, Softball
SACRAMENTO -- The state auditor is calling for greater transparency in how the University of California spends money and questioning why per-student spending varies so widely among campuses. The state auditor's report released Thursday says UC system...
Tags: Accounting and Auditing
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