Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - The National Park Service and the Lincoln Birthday National Commemorative Committee will observe the 206th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln during a ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial on Thursday, February 12 at 12 p.m.
Washington, DC - The United States reiterates its support for peaceful, free, transparent, and credible electoral processes in Nigeria and renews its calls on all candidates, their supporters, and Nigerian citizens to reject election-related violence. As the Secretary said when he met with the leading candidates in Lagos on January 25, it is imperative that all Nigerians not only reject violence, but also promote peace.
Statement on Libya by the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States
Washington, DC - The governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States strongly condemn all acts of violence within Libya, including the February 3 attack carried out by forces operating under the Alshuruq Operation in the Oil Crescent area. These attacks undermine the efforts of Libyans who are working to bring peace and stability to the country through the UN-led negotiations. We share the UN’s assessment that these attacks constituted a major break in the public pledges made by the main commanders to refrain from actions that could harm the political process. There can be no military solution to Libya’s problems.
Seeley, California - Imperial County Sheriff’s Investigators conducted a Probation and Parole compliance check in the township of Seeley CA with the assistance of the Imperial County Probation Department and the United States Border Patrol. As a result five Seeley residents were arrested for various violations as follows:
Los Angeles, California - Immunology and Microbiology conferences cover a wide range of aspects within this field including, microorganisms, human defense mechanisms that deal with research on Vaccines and Vaccination, Infectious diseases, Parasitology, Retroviruses, HIV/AIDS, and Influenza.
Washington, DC - Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López today released the spending plan for $96.9 million provided to Reclamation in the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2015. The funds will go toward Western drought response and rural water projects, among other important activities.