U.S. Border Patrol Agents Seize Marijuana

U.S. Border Patrol agents from Yuma Sector seized over 1,100 pounds of marijuana early Monday morning.

Agents assigned to Yuma Station were conducting line-watch patrol duties when they noticed a vehicle driving northbound away from the international boundary line. As the agents began to follow the vehicle, a burgundy 1999 Dodge Durango, the truck changed directions and drove southeast towards Mexico. Agents located the vehicle and, upon securing it, discovered 48 bundles of marijuana located inside. Both suspects returned to Mexico and evaded apprehension.

IMPERIAL VALLEY COLLEGE ANNUAL HALL OF FAME DINNER CELEBRATION

EVENT:    IMPERIAL VALLEY COLLEGE ANNUAL HALL OF FAME DINNER CELEBRATION

DATE/TIME:    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2011, 6:30PM

LOCATION:  OLD EUCALYPTUS SCHOOL HOUSE, (796 W. EVAN HEWES HWY, EL CENTRO)

COST:    $50 PER TICKET (INCLUDES $20 CHARITABLE DONATION TOWARDS IVC SCHOLARSHIP FUND)

$500 FOR RESERVED/SPONSORED TABLE

CONTACT:  MONICA ROGERS, 760-355-6113, mailto:halloffame@imperial.edu, http://www.imperial.edu/halloffame

The 2011 Sore Throat Survey by Chloraseptic® of Prestige Brands

The makers of Chloraseptic® sore throat relief products, in conjunction with TABS Group, an independent consumer analytics company, today announced the findings of the 2011 Survey on Sore Throats. The study of nearly 1,000 people was commissioned to explore today’s wide-ranging causes of sore throat pain and the remedies people use to treat them. The study findings come at a critical time of year when people are at the highest risk for the flu and colds, which are known to often be accompanied by sore throats.

Assemblyman Manuel Perez Supports RDA and Enterprise zones

By Mario Conde

As Redevelopment agencies and Enterprise Zones future is in question, State lawmakers could reform the entities and not eliminate them.