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>> 50 Years Ago — EL CENTRO — An 18-year-old Mexicali boy’s life was saved on Easter Sunday by the quick action of his half-brother and two witnesses after his car plunged into the Acacia Canal. The boy, Tomas Gomez Baes, 18, was...
>> 50 Years Ago — EL CENTRO — The Board of Supervisors today leased 17.2 acres of the County Airport property for development of a million-dollar motel facility which will include a convention center. The proposed motel, to be called the...
>> 30 Years Ago — Charles W. Fox, an El Centro attorney who was recently sworn in as president of the County Bar Association, was electrocuted Sunday afternoon in a freak boating accident in San Felipe. The body of the victim, who was the son of...
Staff WriterResponders strengthen hazmat training By CHELCEY ADAMI, Staff Writer HEBER — At any given time, an earthquake could cause chemical containers to overturn, a freight truck or rail car could wreck, or a water treatment plant chemical container to...
Staff WriterMEXICALI — Hundreds of migrants are deported into Mexicali every week, and Hotel Migrante has assisted more than 90,000 of them over the past three years since renovating an abandoned hotel just a few blocks from the Calexico downtown Port of Entry....
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>> 50 Years Ago — The Calexico City Council, acting on a report presented by Fire Chief Albert Brooks, this week moved to deny a motel owner a business license until an overcrowded parking situation on the owner’s property is alleviated....
Staff Writer, Copy EditorBRAWLEY — It’s been more than five months since Laurie Garcia has been able to sleep at home. She and her family were displaced from their mobile home here after a series of earthquakes Aug. 26 deemed their home of nearly 30 years...
>> 20 Years Ago — The Airporter Inn at the Imperial County Airport in Imperial closed today, a victim of what the company president called tough times in the hotel industry and potential foreclosure proceedings against the lessee. Airporter Inn...
CALEXICO - Calexico Unified School District board member Ruth Duarte will not be attending tonight's Calexico Unified School meeting via teleconference from Washington, D.C. in order not to violate the Brown Act, according to the school board president....
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>> 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,...
Fraternal organizations have their own unique internal laws and customs and don’t need outsiders telling them what to do or how to do it. Yet it’s arguable that the Calexico Elks Lodge could have used some outside assistance to avoid its...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — The oldest Elks lodge in the district, Calexico Elks Lodge No. 1382, has been suspended for at least the next five years due to multiple violations within the fraternal organization, according to an Elks executive order. Officially...
Tags: Financial Planning
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