CALEXICO — Two no-shows left just three candidate forum participants among a five-person field for the Division 4 seat of the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Trustees on Thursday night, Feb. 15, inside the Woman’s Improvement Club in Calexico. First-term incumbent IID Division 4 Director Javier Gonzalez and two... Read More
CALEXICO — Parents lined the designated areas of Crummett Park with their lawn chairs and umbrellas, ready to watch and cheer their tiny tots on during the annual Tiny Tots Olympics on Saturday morning, Feb. 17. Many of the parents in attendance noted how the physical activities were specially crafted for young children to build their coordination and confidence. Calexico resident Sergio Garcia, father to 3-year-old Kailani, was among them. He found out about the event via the Calexico Recreation […]... Read More
HOLTVILLE — An H-2A agricultural housing facility that could hold some 660 seasonal workers at its peak and is proposed for 625 E. Fifth St., near the downtown area of Holtville, was approved by the Planning Commission on Tuesday, Feb. 20.  The applicants, Peri & Sons Farms of California... Read More
HOLTVILLE — After a period of inaction, within the last two weeks the newest renderings and floor plans of Holtville’s long-awaited new Public Safety Building were delivered to the city from architect Rubin Medina.  The latest details on the facility, which is set for the northeast corner of Pine and Sixth streets and will house the Holtville Fire Department and serve as the emergency services location, were presented to the City Council on Feb. 5 by City Manager Nick Wells […]... Read More
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