Holtville, CA


Final Election Results Reveal Few Changed Outcomes

IMPERIAL COUNTY – The final outcomes of the Nov. 8 election largely mirrored early Election Day results, with only three local races seeing a change in winning candidates. One of those changed results included the Holtville City Council election, where four candidates squared off for two open seats. In...
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Mostly cloudy and slightly warmer for the weekend

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - An active weather system is sweeping through our region so it's bringing the Desert Southwest mostly cloudy skies with some lingering precipitation. Rain chances are looking very light for our Friday, but could experience a light sprinkle. Looking ahead to our weekend we will have...

Deputy Facing Four Felony Charges Related to Alleged Defrauding

EL CENTRO – An Imperial County Sheriff’s Office deputy is facing four felony charges that allege he defrauded a fallen officer’s fund and lied to an employee appeals board. William Ayala, 34, was arrested by local Sheriff’s Office personnel at the agency’s administrative building in connection to...

Sun Community branch celebrates anniversary

HOLTVILLE — It’s been a year already since Sun Community Federal Credit Union opened a branch in Holtville, and Tuesday the credit union wanted to throw a party to celebrate. Due to prior COVID-19 restrictions, Sun Community Federal Credit Union’s Holtville branch was unable to have a grand...

Hanks Bids Farewell After 16 Years on IID Board

EL CENTRO – More than 16 years ago, Jim Hanks arrived to serve on the Imperial Irrigation District board as a newcomer to public office, as well as to water and energy policy. Yet he left as an “honorary superhero” in the eyes of the district staff who were...

IID passes commitment to take $250 M from Feds for Salton Sea

IMPERIAL COUNTY — The Imperial Irrigation District, during a special meeting Tuesday, November 29, voted 3-2 to pass a multi-agency commitment to support Salton Sea Management related to water conservation in the Lower Colorado River Basin. The meeting in the executive room in the IID Round Building was packed with County officials, environmental organizations, farmers, and city officials mainly opposed to the passage.

Suspects in torture case return to court

EL CENTRO — Jose Alejandro Bissell and George Quintero, two alleged suspects in connection to a reported torture incident in May of 2021, were present for a scheduled Pre-Trial Conference at the Imperial County Superior Courthouse in El Centro Wednesday, November 2. Both defendants were present in court and...

Historic investment for the Salton Sea

The Department of the Interior announced that $250M is being invested in the Salton Sea Management Program. The post Historic investment for the Salton Sea appeared first on KYMA.

GREEN & GOLD: First Vikings’ Coach Inducted to Hall of Fame

HOLTVILLE – Louann Morgan-Gigante, the first coach for girls sports at Holtville High School, was inducted into the school’s Green and Gold Hall of Fame on Saturday, Nov. 19, during a ceremony at the Pioneers Museum. A New Mexico native, Gigante started teaching in Holtville at age 22,...

Imperial, December 04 High School ⚽ Game Notice

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Holtville Council OKs High School Mural Project

HOLTVILLE — High school students here asked for – and received – the Holtville City Council’s support for a public mural project that features a design that they created as part of their graphic design class. Yasmin Carrillo, a Holtville High School student and president of...

Brawley shooting suspect requests Marsden Hearing

IMPERIAL COUNTY — Steven Ambriz, the alleged suspect reportedly in connection to a Brawley homicide, was present in court for a preliminary examination Monday, November 21 at the Imperial County Superior Court House in Brawley. Ambriz is being charged with violating penal code 187(a) - Murder, 245(a) - Assault...

LGBT Resource Center Hosts World AIDS Day Walk

EL CENTRO – The Imperial Valley LGBT Resource Center held its first annual World AIDS Day event at its El Centro offices on Thursday, Dec. 1. The purpose of the event, which is recognized yearly throughout the world on Dec. 1, was to commemorate those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses and to show support for people living with HIV.

Pups and painting help IVC students destress during finals week

IMPERIAL — Students enjoyed a friendly and welcoming environment at Imperial Valley College’s new cafeteria for the “Stress Free Finals Week” event Wednesday, November 30. Three booths providing free mental health services to students occupied the northside of the main eating hall. Each booth consisted of...