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Archive for March 18th, 2010

Holtville Opens Walnut Street

Holtville Opens Walnut Street

HOLTVILLE, CA, MARCH 18, 2010: The City of Holtville will complete our first Federal Stimulus project this Thursday, March 18, 2010 and will open Walnut Avenue between Main and Fourth Streets for traffic and access to the parking area. The City’s project is one of the first ARRA funded projects to be completed in this region and will be recognized during a brief ribbon cutting ceremony that took place at 3pm on Thursday, March 18th. City Council members where  on hand to welcome [...]

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Stop Smuggling Attempt along the Colorado River

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Stop Smuggling Attempt along the Colorado River

Yuma, Ariz. – U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Yuma Sector stopped a smuggling attempt along the Colorado River early Wednesday morning and seized three bundles of marijuana. Border Patrol agents from the Yuma Station detected the illegal entry of two individuals in the area of County 9th Street and the Colorado River at about 3 a.m. As agents responded, the two individuals dropped three large backpacks and returned to Mexico to avoid arrest. Agents seized the abandoned [...]

Police Briefs

Police Briefs

City of Holtville Monday, March 15 GROUNDED FOR LIFE: It was reported that the caller's 16 year old daughter never came home from her friends house last night. After making a few phone calls she was finally found at another friends house, the teenager was counseled for her actions, the parents were advised on how to handle the situation. BANGING: It was reported that the caller's neighbor is working on something in his backyard. The caller stated that the noise of hammers and rotary saws [...]

New Calexico Port of Entry Will Make Big Improvements

By Mario Conde Calexico will suffer a big transformation when the new port of entry opens in 2013 and its preparing itself to make big improvements on Cesar Chavez Blvd. The new Calexico Port of Entry is expected to being construction in 2011 after the environmental study is finished and approved the federal government. The new port of entry will be for vehicles only and intends to ease the heavy traffic congestion. The first face of the new port of entry projects to have 10 to 12 stations to [...]



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