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Imperial bests Central, Holtville HOLTVILLE — The Central Union, Holtville and Imperial high boys’ golf teams met in a nonleague, 18-hole match at the Barbara Worth Country Club here Tuesday. As a team, the Tigers won the day, scoring 529...
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The Holtville High School Green and Gold Hall of Fame Committee came up with the names of worthy inductees to be honored at the annual banquet. The event will be held Saturday at the Barbara Worth Country Club and Golf Resort. Inductees include Arleta...
Staff WriterEl Centro nurse practitioner Arlyn Duval could not be with her grandson Monday to celebrate his fifth birthday. She is in New York, assisting with relief efforts after Tropical Storm Sandy slammed into the East Coast a little more than a week ago....
El CentroIn a recent article a writer gave as his view that “the contraceptives covered by the (Health and Human Services) mandate are designed to prevent pregnancies, not terminate them. But abortion will be continually linked to this issue because it...
Someone recently shared some very old postcards with photos of events in Imperial Valley, also three Imperial Press newspapers from 1901, and “The Searchlight,” a publication from Holtville Union High School dated Nov. 28, 1921. One of the...
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Staff WriterThe Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program will receive grants totaling $4.8 million over the next three years for projects promoting responsible fathers and healthy families, IVROP Superintendent Mary Camacho said Tuesday. IVROP will receive...
Staff WriterCALEXICO – Imperial Valley health care professionals learned about treatment and prevention of the hepatitis C virus, the most common bloodborne infection in the country, at a half-day program hosted at the Imperial Valley Medical Clinic on...
The Holtville High School Class of 1952 will have its 60th reunion Saturday, Feb. 11, during Carrot Festival. It is the same day as the parade. We are hoping former graduates will get to town in plenty of time to view the parade, and hang out around the...
Staff WriterAn agreement rectifying the cross-border long-haul trucking dispute between the United States and Mexico was signed Wednesday and may give Imperial Valley a slight economic boost. The agreement, signed by U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and...
A recent controversy over wording in a bill has shed light on a glaring deficiency in how different types of rape are classified. U.S. Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., introduced the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act two weeks ago. The bill seeks to apply...
ReutersLONDON (Reuters) - The U.S. government has signed an antibiotics development deal worth up to $200 million with GlaxoSmithKline to tackle the dual threats of drug resistance and bioterrorism. The collaboration, the first of its kind between Washington...
An Oak Park doctor has started accepting donations of breast milk, largely for use by intensive care units in hospitals that treat premature babies whose mothers can't provide the milk on their own. Milk is donated by mothers who pass a screening that...
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