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>> 50 Years Ago — An overwhelming crowd of more than 1,000 persons thronged the official opening of the $1,000,000 Imperial Valley Inn last night. Although the guest list, which included nearly every official in the area, including civic, social,...
City librarian 1977-1999, Casselberry, Fla.It is with great joy that I read of the imminent reopening of the El Centro Public Library in larger, albeit rental, quarters than the Community Center branch location. I was visiting with family and friends in the Imperial Valley during the 2010...
The lament that the political system in our nation has become too polarized has become increasingly common. When that cry comes from one of the most polarizing figures in the history of California politics, however, we should take notice. Gray Davis, the...
Is there something in the water? That question was asked recently in this very paper. We thought the water was fine. I am not so sure now. I fear that our over-lords in Sacramento may be spiking the water with something like Kool-Aid. The silly season...
I am often criticized for being anti-union. That is not exactly true. I grew up in fact in a family where both parents were union members for most of their careers. I have always applauded the ascent of employee rights and the improvement in worker...
I want to correct an editorial that appeared in the Imperial Valley Press on Dec. 30 that veterans should be the merchants’ first choice. I agree with the title but there are incorrect statements such as “veterans job programs are working well...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterAn investigation is already under way to find out how an Arizona Public Service employee at a substation near Yuma could have caused the power outage that darkened a large area of the Southwest. Though many details were not released Thursday, the...
SACRAMENTO — The nation's largest public pension fund could make a small accounting change that would carry a large price tag for taxpayers when board members meet this week. Staff of the California Public Employees' Retirement System have...
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SACRAMENTO -- The pension fund representing California teachers on Wednesday criticized a watchdog panel's proposals to overhaul state employee retirement plans and said the changes would drive costs higher and were legally risky. Even if they withstood...
Valley Women WriterTaught by her father that a person’s word is his bond, El Centro City Councilwoman Sedalia L. Sanders has spent 38 years drawing upon her life’s experiences to serve her fellow man — experiences she’s culled from a continuum of...
I live in the Ironwood homes in Imperial. Several weeks ago, the city installed an electrical device that would allow the city to turn off the water service in case of an emergency. Yesterday (Saturday) while I was showering at approximately 5 p.m., the...
My question is, doesn’t Imperial have a leash law? Does Imperial have a dog catcher? Does Imperial ever sweep its streets? I live in Imperial and take my dog for a walk twice a day on her leash. We have been approached by other dogs not wearing...
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