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HOLTVILLE — Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Carrot Festival and it’s many community happenings, the Holtville Chamber of Commerce has adopted the theme, “Carrot Diamond Jubilee,” with a near complete return to a pre-pandemic slate of events. “The Carrot Festival will go on, just like we have on... Read More
HOLTVILLE — A 29-year-old Holtville woman who was reported missing in October was reportedly located in Santa Barbara on Thursday, Jan. 13. Kebrina Lynn Alvarez was located by the Santa Barbara Police Department and subsequently released, county Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Murad Masad stated in an email on Friday morning, Jan. 14. No further details were provided to local authorities from the Santa Barbara Police Department, Masad said.  “We did locate Ms. Alvarez in the city of Santa Barbara yesterday (Jan. […]... Read More
BRAWLEY — Brawley City Council member Ramon Castro has announced his candidacy for the Division 3 seat of the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors. Castro is running for James Hanks’ seat, whose term expires in December 2022. “IID is the organization that can affect the lives out here... Read More
HEBER — A brush fire that started just before midnight on Sunday, Jan. 23, was still burning well into the next day, as the slow-moving fire traveled south along the New River west of Heber, having consumed about 30 acres along the river bottom. No structures were threatened, and no people were harmed, although firefighters were keeping a close watch on the livestock kept at Phillips Cattle. Co.’s yard, which right off the northeastern banks of the New River just […]... Read More
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Women’s 10,000 Club has announced it has donated the remainder of the club’s profits, $205,200, to the Imperial Valley College Foundation, and the proceeds are to be used for scholarships for IVC’s nursing program.   “This is the first time that the club has donated to the IVC Foundation,” stated Dorothy Keating, last president for... Read More

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