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- Calexico dumps Jackets in IVL Track Opener
published on Fri, 18 Mar 2016 12:00:00 GMT
Randy Peterson The Palo Verde High School Yellow Jacket boys' and girls' track teams opened their Imperial Valley League season last week at Scott Stadium when they hosted the Calexico Bulldogs. Calexico, the largest of the IVL schools, had no trouble fielding enough participants to fill each of the events and that proved to be enough to beat the Jacket boys 85-61 despite the Jacket boys winning half of the 14 contested events....
- Alliance Healthcare Foundation Announces 19 Recipients of 2016 Mission Support Grant Program
published on Mon, 07 Mar 2016 10:00:00 GMT
Planned Parenthood, Voices for Children, and Court Appointed Special Advocates are among the 19 recipients from San Diego and Imperial County selected for AHF's 2016 Mission Support Grant program. "Our Mission Support Grant program benefits nonprofits in the San Diego and Imperial Counties that serve the underserved-the poor, working poor, homeless, and children and focus on health and wellness," Nancy Sasaki said....
- Internal Affairs: Chris Stampolis' girlfriend's place of residence raises questions
published on Sun, 06 Mar 2016 02:45:25 GMT
Santa Clara schools trustee Chris Stampolis' girlfriend, a Southern California schools trustee, is under suspicion of living in Silicon Valley -- rather than in the county that elected her. Assistant Imperial County District Attorney Deborah Owen told IA her investigators are looking into whether Annette Gonzalez-Buttner lives in a Santa Clara apartment with her three children instead of where she's registered to vote in Calexico....
- Internal Affairs:
published on Sun, 06 Mar 2016 01:13:19 GMT
After a tumultuous year that included hosting a Super Bowl and then losing a mayor mid-term, Santa Clara City Manager Julio Fuentes has decided to quit. His last day is May 31. Fuentes' sudden resignation comes after the city launched an outside investigation into claims that he was being discriminated against because he's Hispanic....
- Bonita boys basketball hoping to win first CIF championship since 1951
published on Fri, 04 Mar 2016 18:23:17 GMT
Way back in 1951 the average price to buy a house was 19,000, you can buy gas for 19 cents, and Elvis Presley was just a 16-year-old teenager who hadn't recorded his first album. It was also the last time Bonita High School won a CIF-Southern Section boys basketball title, beating Calexico, 55-53, in double overtime....
- www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2016/mar/02/prep-athletes-of-the-week/ -story-block
published on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 18:08:34 GMT
The junior scored a pair of goals and contributed five steals to lead the Lancers past Serra 7-6 to capture the San Diego Section Division III title. It's the first section girls water polo championship in the school's history....