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Since 2001, Imperial County Farm Bureau has distributed more than $100,000 in scholarships to local students through their scholarship funds. The program has grown over the years, with last year’s scholarships totaling more than $15,000 drawn from...
Today, the Woman’s Club of Holtville is having its annual Flower Show at 1 p.m. It will include a program and tea, and a plant and bake sale. The clubhouse is located at Sixth and Fern. The theme is “Farm to Table” and features...
Staff WriterA motion to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to unwind the Imperial Irrigation District’s purchase of some 45,000 acres of land was granted this week, effectively ending the nearly decade-old Western Farms lawsuit. Imperial County Judge Christopher Plourd...
Tags: Trials, Judges, Litigation, Lawyers, Justice System
Staff Writer, Copy EditorFor those of lesser means, getting ahead in the world presents a unique set of challenges. For immigrants and the children of immigrants, those challenges are often amplified. Yet, here in the Imperial Valley many have used those same obstacles as...
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: Theft, Research, Water Supply
The other day I went to Vons to buy organic produce and a customer told me that I was wasting my money buying organic spinach. She told me for a fact that even though grocery stores claim to sell organic produce, it’s not the case. She said she...
Staff WriterThose hoping to join the Imperial Irrigation District board have shelved out a lot of money within the last six months to try and gain a seat on board that controls water and power in the Valley. The six candidates for the IID Division 2 and 4 seats have...
The local farm bureau is looking to draw in the money next week to help students pursue agriculture-related educations. Since 2001, Imperial County Farm Bureau has distributed more than $75,000 in scholarships to local students through its scholarship...
Staff WriterSolar projects proposed for four land parcels in Calipatria will cause the removal of active farmland causing discontent in the farming community, local farmers say. The issue came forward during an Environmental Evaluation Committee meeting Thursday,...
Imperial Valley Press StaffAlfalfa growers considering an additional tool to help bring in a harvest are concerned about possible export bans from lucrative markets currently buying Imperial County produce. Roundup Ready alfalfa is a crop with genetically modified organisms...
Valley Women Writer“The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present.” — Abraham Lincoln Businesswoman, mother and widow Heidi Kuhn is president of KF Dairy and a partner of Imperial Valley Cheese, the only producer of Swiss and...
Imperial Valley Press StaffOn an almost daily basis, Imperial Valley farmers are seeing a crime spree cutting into their profit margin, say Imperial County Farm Bureau officials. Thieves are stealing anything of perceived value, Farm Bureau spokeswoman Candace Nelson said. Farm...
Tags: Theft, Elections, Crimes, Politics, Agriculture
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