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>> 50 Years Ago — EL CENTRO — Imperial County Board of Supervisors this morning authorized Dave Pierson, director of Public Works, to make repairs to jetties, channel and boat heads at Red Hill Marina on the Salton Sea. The supervisors...
Staff WriterJews, Christians and Muslims throughout Imperial Valley came together in song and prayer Thursday for the National Day of Prayer. “Today is about a sense of unity and peace,” said Ahmad Darbeh, imam with the Islamic Center in El Centro,...
Tags: Judaism, Christianity, U.S. Navy, Islam, Belief and Faith
Staff WriterRoughly a hundred people bowed their heads to pray together early Thursday as part of a National Day of Pray celebration hosted by the Salvation Army at Desert Trails RV Park. The Christian non-profit has been hosting the local celebration for more than...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorHOLTVILLE – Blamed for everything from high rates of unemployment to crime, illegal immigration has increasingly been a concern for the public as well as public officials. Yet it isn’t exclusively an American or Mexican problem. “To...
Special to this NewspaperI’m not a big fan of labels. I have a ’68 VW Beetle. Does that make me a “VW Man”? I have a 2008 Ford Edge. Does that make me a “Ford Man”? I have been married to the same beautiful woman for more than 30 years....
Staff Writer, Copy EditorMEXICALI – The stream of Central American immigrants that treks through Mexico on the way to the United States are the face of a “humanitarian disaster” that hardly anyone seems to notice, said Father Alejandro Solalinde. Years of...
Tags: Mexico, Francis I, Government, Civil Rights, National Government
The death of Margaret Thatcher this past week marks the end of an era. It heralds the beginning of another. The Iron Lady may be no more but the core convictions for which she was most known must be brought to life again in Britain and across the world,...
>> 50 Years Ago — EL CENTRO — Members of the El Centro Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors today called on the city council to spend city tax money on the city of El Centro. Specifically, the chamber directors asked the council to cease...
Sports EditorCALEXICO — Vincent Memorial Catholic High will host the inaugural Imperial Valley Football Skills Clinic on Saturday, set to provide a level of high skills training and information on the recruiting process. Joshua Rivera, offensive coordinator and...
Charity and kindness know no faith. These acts often come from the secular and the nonsecular world in equal abundance. But it is a fact that for decades, Imperial County has been a corridor through which Christian missionaries do charitable works for...
Tags: Social Issues, Belief and Faith
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO - Students from Riverside experienced a culture shock when they came to Calexico last Wednesday, but many said they loved it. Students said they loved the culture of Calexico. The food, Spanish language and the people were amazing, according...
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