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Staff WriterA number of items that may have far-reaching implications are on the agenda at today’s Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors meeting. The board will consider renewing General Manager Kevin Kelley’s contract in closed session. His...
SACRAMENTO — The California Assembly Budget Sub-Committee 3 on Resources and Transportation has supported Assemblyman V. Manuel Pérez’s request for two budget items that will advance Salton Sea restoration efforts. Salton Sea Funding...
Two bills by Assemblyman V. Manuel Pérez passed their first policy hurdles with unanimous support in Assembly policy committees earlier this week. Both bills now move to the Assembly Appropriations Committee, according to a press release from Pérez&...
Staff WriterSalton Sea-related bills were discussed by the Imperial County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, with the board commenting on a bill that would enhance the role of the Salton Sea Authority, as well as others that call for a plan to address air pollution...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorSun Valley Research Center in Imperial will take part in a global clinical trial to test the efficacy of a drug that aims to improve the social and communication skills of autistic children. The research center is in the process of recruiting children...
COACHELLA — Reacting quickly to Assemblyman V. Manuel Pérez’s, D-Coachella, slate of Salton Sea restoration bills announced Wednesday, the Salton Sea Authority will vote on a recommendation to support Assembly Bill 71 and consider support of...
Staff WriterThe push to put basic infrastructure in the Keystone Planning Area continues as the Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved Tuesday a feasibility study to examine whether this potential zone for industrial development can be financed through an...
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That three of the Imperial Valley’s most popular locally-owned restaurants are joining the fight against childhood obesity is not only innovative, it’s entirely essential. For two months starting in February, a special children’s menu...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorA pilot project that aims to add healthier food options to children’s menus is expected to debut at three popular Valley eateries sometime in February. The project, which is part of the Our Choice program, will take place at Hacienda Market and...
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District’s Board of Directors will vote today on action items related to the sale of a portion of the Western Farms lands, a Local Entity program, and hear an update about emails stolen from a director’s computer....
Tags: Farms, Theft, Water Supply
It took big dreams and back-breaking efforts to turn the desert of southeastern California from a seeming wasteland populated by few people and sparse vegetation into a region that would help feed and clothe a nation — many nations, in fact. More...
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