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Staff WriterSaige Mayfield, 11, from Imperial, said she loves the environment and felt the best way to learn more about preserving our environment was by attending Earth Day at Bucklin Park. On Saturday hundreds of families and children learned green conservation...
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Staff WriterA new year begins today and with it a new set of laws goes into effect. With more than 800 laws signed into legislation by Gov. Jerry Brown, this list is far from complete. California’s new traffic laws reflect the rapid changes brought about by...
Staff WriterThe agricultural and academic communities came together Thursday to celebrate 100 years of agricultural research and experimentation — and feeding the world — at the University of California Desert Research and Extension Center’s...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — It’s been a public health issue for half a century. It’s been thought to have caused cancer. It’s been known as the most polluted river in the nation. The murky green water that runs through the border and into the...
Three bills authored by state Assemblyman V. Manuel Pérez, D-Coachella, were approved by the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Friday and now advance to the Assembly floor. The bills include Assembly bills 1544, 1545 and 1830, according to a press...
Staff WriterThe county’s agricultural crop and livestock report shows the highest gross production value “we’ve ever had,” a county official said. This report, which summarizes the estimated acreage, yield and gross value of the county’...
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EASTERN SAN DIEGO COUNTY (AP) — Imperial County’s fire departments by Monday evening had not received requests to send help for the wildfire in eastern San Diego County, but the situation could change, local officials said. All roads and...
Staff WriterCALIPATRIA — Girl Scouts learned healthy habits as well as how to improve the health of the earth during a new Girl Scout Community Outreach Camp called Camp Grow Healthy. Girls excitedly picked out worms from a compost pile, made plant pots out...
Multimedia ProducerThe United States Department of Agriculture and the Agricultural Research Service of the University of Wisconsin had a carrot test trial Tuesday at the University of California Desert Research & Extension Center near Holtville. The event was open to...
Staff WriterImperial County’s case against the federal government over transferring water to the coast won’t be heard in the United States District Court. A federal court judge ruled late last week that the county and its Air Pollution Control District...
Staff WriterBecause of a risk for the return of West Nile Virus, the state’s veterinarian is urging owners to vaccinate their horses. The California Department of Food and Agriculture has asked that horse owners make sure their animals are vaccinated to keep...
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