IN THE SPOTLIGHT
On Oct. 25, Blythe residents from the western section of town mobilized to revamp and upgrade the neighborhood park as part of a grassroots “Clean-Up & Gathering” call to action.
On Oct. 20, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) reverted Riverside County from the red tier (“substantial”) back to the most restrictive (purple, “widespread”) tier in accordance with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” COVID-19 risk level guidelines.
On Sept. 8, Blythe Little League (BLL) President Troy Love reported some updates on the youth organization’s status to officials – one point of which underlined the ongoing impact of the homeless populace on public ballpark property.
As the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt across the community, the Palo Verde College (PVC) Pirates basketball program is currently mapping out what hopes to be an upcoming sophomore season since having returned to the floor after a four-decade absence in 2019.
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…