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EL CENTRO - A light pole was damaged and at least four people, including two minors, were injured in a three-vehicle collision at the corner of Adams Avenue and 12th Street on Tuesday. The injured were transported to El Centro Regional Medical Center...
Special to this newspaperMany people in the Imperial Valley have become accustomed to the presence of the British military units that rotate through for their desert training operations. School children have had a chance to meet the tall Brits with strange accents who arrive in...
Tags: Military Aircraft, U.S. Army, NATO, Germany, United Kingdom
>> 30 Years Ago — Outstanding students have been chosen at Central Union High School by teachers at the end of the six-weeks grading period. Senior Bud Robb is an all-round outstanding student. He does extra assignments for classes, excels in...
American consumers have the luxury of buying with a degree of confidence that they are getting what they pay for and business owners assume they are competing on a level playing field, all due to the diligence of state and local weights and measures...
Experienced mobile heavy equipment Service Truck Technician for construction company Service and fuel heavy machinery, change tires, complete reports and keep track of inventory, manage preventative maintenance program. Class B license with hazmat and...
>> 50 Years Ago — The man who started his career as bus boy in a Vienna restaurant to become owner of some of El Centro’s largest and finest hotels is dead. He is John Brunner owner of the now-burned historic Barbara Worth Hotel in El Centro,...
EL CENTRO: Police seek help in catching burglary suspect Police are calling for the public’s help to identify a burglar who was caught on video stealing a cash register at a business near the 1100 block of S. McCullom Street last month. The...
Staff WriterFor Don Quixote, windmills were monstrous giants, some with arms nearly two leagues long. But for El Centro resident Efren Ramos, windmills such as the 112 being built west of here, are the source of income that pay for his daughter’s wedding....
Tags: Energy, Trials, Solar Energy, Heavy Engineering, Technology
Special to this NewspaperFor decades, Imperial Valley soccer players wanting to compete in the prestigious Presidio League in San Diego was a dream only lived by a few young men who played under the mantra of the Dynamo El Centro Soccer Club. It was the dream of a native of...
Tags: Sports, Soccer, Automotive Equipment
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — The sky above downtown Brawley was filled with smoke and debris yet again as firefighters throughout the Imperial Valley found themselves battling flames from a structure fire near Main Street here Thursday night. The initial reports of...
Tags: Fires, Heavy Engineering, American Red Cross
My wife and I just purchased a new Toyota Prius. What a great car! It has nice features, tons of room for a small car, and will get more than 50 miles to the gallon. We got all this for less than $30,000. It’s a vehicle built to last and priced to...
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