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BAJA CALIFORNIA BROADENS BINATIONAL COLLABORATION WITH UTAH ORGANIZATIONS AND AUTHORITIES IN THE UNITED STATES

Important to keep energy supply systems viable, financially and sustainably at a binational level UTAH, UNITED STATES.– With the purpose of establishing a long-term cooperation and coordination relationship for the advancement of infrastructure, technology and trade opportunities for the promotion of exports of natural gas to markets globally, the Secretary …

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City of Yuma Primary Election results

-Results are preliminary and unofficial Yuma, Ariz. – The City of Yuma held its primary election Tuesday, Aug. 27, where voters had their first opportunity of this cycle to elect candidates for three at-large seats on the City Council and one judge on the Municipal Court. Polls closed at 7 p.m. The …

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County Board Holds Public Budget Workshop

By: Mario Conde The Imperial County Board of Supervisors held two weeks of budget workshops to open a dialog with county staff and the community on how to improve its financial situation. The board held a budget workshop at their regular meeting held Aug. 20 and Aug. 27 where various …

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Former IID Director Ordered to Return Electronic Equipment

-Editorial A county superior court referee ruled in favor of the Imperial Irrigation District regarding the return of equipment used by a former board member. On August 22nd, IID presented its case before Judge Michael Domenzain who ruled in the district’s favor in a small claims lawsuit filed against former …

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Santo Tomas Vendors Find a New Home

By: Mario Conde They say it’s darkest before dawn and that it might be an example for many Santo Tomas merchants who found a new place to sell and start all over again. It’s been a difficult eight months for many of Santo Tomas merchants who lost everything in December …

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