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National Day of Prayer observances in the Imperial Valley. All are on May 3. Calexico What: Servicio de Oracion en Español Where: Rockwood Plaza, 517 Heber Ave. in Calexico When: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. El Centro What: El Centro Prayer Breakfast...
Staff WriterPeople tend to think bully dog breeds like pit bulls are vicious, but Francisco Soto disagrees. “It’s an awesome breed,” he said. Bully breeds are “loving and loyal,” said Soto, a member of the Shogunz Bully Crew. These dogs...
The local farm bureau is looking to draw in the money next week to help students pursue agriculture-related educations. Since 2001, Imperial County Farm Bureau has distributed more than $75,000 in scholarships to local students through its scholarship...
Tags: Education, Financial Aid, Facebook, Awards and Prizes, Farms
Staff WriterA large turnout was expected Friday for the 59th annual barbecue fundraiser hosted by the Imperial County Farm Bureau. A live blue-grass band accompanied the festivities at Desert Trails RV Park’s Ryerson Hall where patrons came streaming in...
The Locker Room RANSON, W.Va. — The Locker Room, a family owned and operated sporting-goods store, recently moved from 832 E. Washington St. in Charles Town, W.Va., to 809 N. Mildred St., Unit 10, in Ranson. The store sells sporting goods and...
James Roy Fisher Jr., 90, of Hagerstown, passed away Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Born April 9, 1921, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late James Roy Fisher Sr. and Eva Mae (Herbert) Fisher. Mr. Fisher retired...
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Is Kodak’s moment past? The glory days when Eastman Kodak Co. ruled the world of film photography lasted for over a century. Then came a stunning reversal of fortune: cutthroat competition from Japanese firms in the...
Holly Place Melanie Davis, executive director of Holly Place, a Hagerstown organization that provides housing for frail, elderly clients, recently received $485 from Housing Authority of Washington County employees. Every Friday, housing authority...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterOne hundred-sixty hours. That’s how many mandatory community service hours 15-year-old Adriana Contreras was ordered to complete as punishment for her involvement in a school fight. After about a month of near-daily service with the El Centro...
Tags: Karate, Holidays, Religious Festivals
The Hartford CourantMetLife's most recent TV commercial opens with Charlie Brown strolling alongside Lucy, Linus and other Peanuts characters into a sun-soaked grassy field, a slightly hazy, idyllic scene that could pass for financial stability, the afterlife or California....
How'd we learn about this weekend's story about a writhing snake pit transferred to a Lake Forest wine chiller? When you're as interested in all kinds of wildlife as I am -- from critters to plants to fungi -- you occasionally just ask various...
Tags: Grayslake, Science, Facebook, Biology, Lake County (Florida)
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