IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Blythe Little League (BLL) leadership invites membership to the organization’s annual meeting and local 2019-2020 officers election, to be held on Oct. 16, beginning at 6 p.m., at the Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency’s (PVVTA) conference room (415 N. Main St.).
On Sept. 10, in accordance with staff recommendation, the Blythe City Council approved the issuance of a commercial cannabis cultivation business permit to Marimba Weed, LLC, to be located in the 300 block of South Solano Avenue.
At the home conference match against Southwest EC Sept. 12, Palo Verde High School's Yellow Jacket junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams fell to the visiting gold and purple Southwest EC Eagles. In back-to-back sets of the match, Southwest EC was able to execute spikes and set up an ef…
Blythe native Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Bryce Callaghan didn’t wait too long before signing on the dotted line for another scrap, with the local 19-year-old agreeing to face San Bernardino, Calif.,-based Ever Hernandez at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, Calif., on Dec. 8.
When Palo Verde High School (PVHS) and the community of Blythe celebrate 2018 Homecoming next week, one long-time resident will be centrally involved – just as she has been for the past 55 years.
At nearly the one-year anniversary of the worst mass shooting in modern United States history, eight employees from Ironwood State Prison (ISP) and Chuckawalla Valley State Prison (CVSP) were awarded the highest honor bestowed by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (C…