Lithium company makes contribution to CASA
EL CENTRO, Calif. (KYMA, KECY) - Lithium companies continue to invest in the Imperial Valley. On Wednesday, Berkshire-Hathaway Renewables donated $25,000 to CASA of Imperial County. This donation will help with the purchase of more vehicles to aid the non-profit organization in assisting more children in need. The ceremony took place at CASA's headquarters in El Centro with many The post Lithium company makes contribution to CASA appeared first on KYMA.
A very bright future still lies ahead as Imperial’s improbable 2023 comes to a close
IMPERIAL, Calif., (KYMA, KECY) - Imperial softball changed hands at the top for the start of the 2022 season - and for head coach Ashley Caro and the Lady Tigers, they may have not imagined how quickly the transformation to championship form would be. A transformation that culminated in the...
Holtville’s magical run meets its final chapter in Saturday’s title game
HOLTVILLE, Calif., (KYMA, KECY) - The next chapter of an incredible run takes center stage on Saturday for the Holtville Lady Vikings softball program who has reached unimaginable heights. It all began back in 2020 when a young group of stars were bound to set a new bar under head...
High-speed pursuit ended by electric pole
CALEXICO – On May 28th, 2023, the Calexico Police Department was involved in a high- speed vehicle pursuit throughout the city. The chase ended at the corner of 2nd Street and Heber Avenue after the vehicle crashed into an electrical pole. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. Two suspects were taken back to the station for investigation.
New middle school comes to Brawley
The Brawley Elementary School District announced the name of the new middle school in Brawley. The post New middle school comes to Brawley appeared first on KYMA.
Imperial County announces new lithium training program
The Lithium Industry Force Training (LIFT) program is aimed to equip the local workforce with the essential skills and knowledge required to excel in the geothermal energy and mineral extraction industries. The post Imperial County announces new lithium training program appeared first on KYMA.
Calipatria graduates receive diplomas under the stars
CALIPATRIA – Ninety-four graduating seniors crossed Calipatria High School's football field Thursday, June 1, to receive their diplomas. The graduation procession was filled with colorful sashes, money leis, and beautifully decorated caps. Hundreds of friends and family members filled the stands in support of the graduates. Those not present...
Strahm’s one-hit shutout sends the Lady Vikings to the state final
HOLTVILLE, Calif., (KYMA, KECY) - The Holtville Lady Vikings softball team set out two goals at the beginning of the 2023 season: to win an Imperial Valley League title and a CIF title. After checking off both of those boxes, they now have their sights on a clean sweep for...
Imperial County prepares for upcoming rising temperatures
The Imperial County Public Health Department (ICPHD) has officially released the list of cooling centers and hydration stations throughout the county. The post Imperial County prepares for upcoming rising temperatures appeared first on KYMA.
IV Food Bank launches monthly food distribution in Palo Verde
PALO VERDE – The Imperial Valley Food Bank announced in a recent press release it is assisting all areas of the Imperial County now with the launch of a new monthly supplemental food distribution program for the community of Palo Verde who experience food insecurity. "We understand that many...
Warming temperatures for the first weekend of June
YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - Taking a look back at our high temperatures for the month of May, we experienced more days below normal than we did above our seasonal average. For the first couple of days of June, temperatures continue to trend cooler than our seasonal average of 100-degrees before warmer days kick back in.
Tanner Carranza follows his bloodline and becomes next in line to play at the Division I level
BRAWLEY, Calif., (KYMA, KECY) - A familiar name spread throughout the Brawley community over the last several years for his excellence on the football and baseball field has been Tanner Carranza. While Carranza may be known as a standout athlete, according to many, he is an even better person and...
Holtville Ice Cream Social
HOLTVILLE – The City of Holtville is hosting an Ice Cream Social fundraiser on Friday, June 9, from 5 PM to 8 PM at Holt Park at 570 Holt Road. The Holtville Fire Department, PK’s Krazy Kravings, and Cricket Wireless will be at the event featuring games and more.
More than 600 hay bales catch on fire
Imperial County Fire Station #2 responded to a hay bale fire on West McCabe Road and Farnsworth Lane at around 4 a.m. The post More than 600 hay bales catch on fire appeared first on KYMA.
A family duo on-and-off the diamond to take their talents to the next level after a championship journey
HOLTVILLE, Calif., (KYMA, KECY) - Family, God and softball - three things that align for Kalli Strahm and Kamryn Walker in a relationship that began before they even took the field together at Holtville High School. It is a relationship that began off the field as cousins and one that...
All Valley Urgent Care Brawley, holds official grand opening
BRAWLEY — A ceremonious red ribbon placed just outside the doors of the All Valley Urgent Care Brawley marked the long-awaited celebration of their official grand opening Wednesday, May 31. A staff member shared that their Brawley office has been open for the last couple of years, but that...
News 11 Weather: A cool start to June
YUMA, Ariz. ( KYMA, KECY-TV ) - A weather disturbance moving across the region will bring gusty. winds to the area through this evening. Most areas will see some gusts of 20 to 30 mph. Localized stronger winds will occur into southeast California, specifically western Imperial County, where. some gusts...
Arizona and California release their weekly COVID updates
Almost weeks since the World Health Organization (WHO) downgraded the COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona and California continue to release their weekly COVID updates. The post Arizona and California release their weekly COVID updates appeared first on KYMA.
BHE Renewables donates $25,000 to CASA
EL CENTRO — BHE Renewables donated $25,000 to Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Wednesday, May 31, to support the purchase of a vehicle for transporting foster care children to activities in Imperial County. The donation was presented in celebration of May as National Foster Care Month. This year, the...
Double up on Pride in Calexico
CALEXICO – The Calexico Recreation Department (CRD) is inviting everyone to participate in two Pride events as part of their efforts to highlight Pride Month. According to a CRD May 26 news release, both events have been designed to promote inclusivity, foster creativity, and showcase the talents and diversity of the community.
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