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Staff WriterAfter the loss of thousands of X-rays, El Centro Regional Medical Center is offering free credit monitoring to patients whose records may have been compromised. The incident first surfaced last November, when a company contracted to digitize X-rays in...
>> 50 Years Ago — BRAWLEY — The J.I. Case Co., one of the country’s oldest farm machinery firms, today announced the opening of a Case power and equipment retail store in Brawley. The new retail outlet, of which there are only six in...
Today, with this column, I am finishing as a columnist for the Imperial Valley Press. For some, I am sure it will be a cause for celebration; for others maybe not so. I want to sincerely thank those at the Press for offering me this opportunity for the...
CUSD Program CoordinatorCalipatria Unified School District hosted our 11th annual Family and Children’s Health Fair on March 20. This year we had 48 agencies and over 300 parents and children participated. The event was a huge success and offered a wide array of...
Staff WriterImperial County backs comprehensive immigration reform, the Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday although a resolution of support is pending. A resolution of support of comprehensive immigration reform is expected however, once a bill is available. In...
Last week my 18-year-old stepson was riding his bicycle on the sidewalk as he headed home. He was stopped by an El Centro police officer who went through the routine of running his name for warrants. When his name came back clean the officer proceeded...
America loves “Duck Dynasty.” It hits all the right notes for all the right people. The Robertson family is a merry band of Louisiana wilderness folk with huge beards, hot wives and piles of country cash earned from selling duck calls to duck...
It is no surprise that our country is deeply divided. We are constantly bombarded with political rhetoric from the right, the left, and everywhere in between. It seems the political class can agree on nothing from complex world issues to the simpler...
The idea that Adolf Hitler disarmed his country en route to exterminating 6 million Jews is driving a specific kind of fear. This fear has been promoted in books and articles, letter-writing campaigns and most recently social media and even an ad in...
>> 50 Years Ago — The will dividing the estimated $240,000 estate of the late hotel owner John Brunner has been filed for a Feb. 21 probate hearing. Brunner, who owned the Barbara Worth Hotel and other downtown El Centro properties, died Jan. 15 at...
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...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — The Calexico Chamber of Commerce, Consulate of Mexico in Calexico and law firm Bryan, González Vargas & González Baz provided critical information on Mexican immigration and labor law reform during a seminar Thursday afternoon. “It...
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