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It is that time of the year again, when the extreme summer heat drives most of us indoors — as well as batty. If you happen to be one of those rarified few that are hardly bothered by the heat and actually relish in its presence, then consider...
Tags: Heat Stroke, Physical Conditions, Fatigue, Symptoms
Consumers are advised not to eat Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend of frozen berries sold through Costco stores as they may be linked to a multistate outbreak of hepatitis A infections, the California Department of Public Health said Friday. To...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorMighty Melon, Light-speed Lemon and Tornado Tomato have joined forces with three Valley restaurants to help encourage young children to make healthier food choices. The collaborative effort is part of the Power Up campaign, a program that launched...
IMPERIAL — Hart Insurance Center together with the California Highway Patrol are bringing Time2Drive, a driving safety program sponsored by Allied Insurance, to the Imperial Valley on Saturday. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the...
Staff WritersCALEXICO: Smuggling thwarted Two United States citizens were arrested Thursday evening after Border Patrol agents witnessed a vehicle the pair were traveling in pick up three individuals who were previously seen jumping over the international fence. The...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorThe Our Choice program is in the process of recruiting Valley children ages 2 through 9 to take part in a study that aims to promote a healthier lifestyle and combat obesity. Project organizers are seeking to recruit 1,200 children, as well as their...
I am writing in response to Thursday’s Probe article about the ringworm cases at Southwest High School and the response from the superintendent. My son is a wrestler at Southwest and let me tell you this problem is much more than just ringworm. I am...
Sports WriterTony Ramos is nearing the end of his second season as head coach of the Holtville High boys’ basketball team and unfortunately, the Vikings have struggled this year. One positive aspect of this rebuilding season has been the presence of 18-year-old...
Tags: Special Olympics, Autism
Staff Writer, Copy EditorA pilot project that aims to add healthier food options to children’s menus is expected to debut at three popular Valley eateries sometime in February. The project, which is part of the Our Choice program, will take place at Hacienda Market and...
Staff WriterBrawley resident Luz Eva Hull can’t remember much about the first time she was abused by her former partner, but she remembers well the last time some eight years ago. “We were in a vehicle, driving from Wal-Mart headed towards Brawley,&...
Tags: Biology, Human Interest, Broken Nose, Genetics, Abusive Behavior
Staff WriterThe Pacific Southwest Community Development Corp. has partnered with Chili’s for a fundraiser in an effort to help low-income families in Imperial County. Starting at 11 a.m. today, community members can present a flier or mention the fundraiser...
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