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Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — For the second-grade students at Finley and Pine Elementary schools, a short trip to the local high school translated into a fun-filled physics lesson here Tuesday. The elementary students had the opportunity to engage in seven hands-...
American consumers have the luxury of buying with a degree of confidence that they are getting what they pay for and business owners assume they are competing on a level playing field, all due to the diligence of state and local weights and measures...
Staff WriterStudents of the Imperial Valley Home School Academy learned about force and motion at a physics workshop here Monday. The workshop included a marble run, domino derby and a rollercoaster, which was a student favorite. “The roller coaster is fun...
Sports WriterBy his own estimate, 72-year-old Ron Stirtz has been innovating and inventing for the last 60 years. The Nebraska native, who has a home in western Oregon but spends the bulk of the year at the Rio Bend RV Parks on the outskirts of El Centro, has...
Staff WriterThough Amy Leon didn’t compete, she still felt a nervous energy as other groups stood to show off months of after-school education. Amy, a Kennedy Middle School graduate and on the winning team of last year’s competition, helped guide some of...
Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — Explaining physics is a challenging task, even more so if the audience is made up by second-grade students. But Tuesday, Holtville High School seniors managed to use imagination and games to do exactly that as part of their final...
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I just got fuel at the Shell station in Imperial around 10 p.m. Sunday. The sign out front has a posted price of $3.99 per gallon for 87 octane, but after pumping my fuel I noticed the pump billed me $4.099 per gallon. I asked the guy in the store what...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterMechanical arms, fiber optic data and the fascination with being in an operating area amounted to quite an experience for five De Anza Magnet Elementary School students Monday at El Centro Regional Medical Center. The handful of sixth- and seventh-...
Scott Beck By John P. Huston,Tribune reporter Scott Beck's brain isn't the only instrument he uses to help him excel at math and science. Beck, a Highland Park High School senior, turns to the French horn to "kind of keep me balanced and keep me...
The highly respected Nature Scientific Reports journal has just published a map of the world's leading science cities, and it looks pretty bad for emerging countries: It shows the planet's northern hemisphere full of lights, and the south almost solidly...
With its black color and sleek design jutting 10 stories into the Allentown skyline, a proposed new sales headquarters of United Fiber & Data is what you might expect for a company bankrolled by alternative rock band Live. "This is badass," said Bill...
Any attempt to make bicycling in Chicago easier and safer by using the law is welcome. That includes Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposals last week to amend the city's bike ordinance to give cyclists more freedom to maneuver but also increase penalties on...
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