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El Centro (Imperial, California)

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  • Girls' basketball: Friday scores

     
    ACADEMY LEAGUE Brethren Christian 40, Oxford Academy 15 Sage Hill 41, Crean Lutheran 29 Whitney 65, St. Margaret's 29 AGAPE LEAGUE Excelsior 53, Apple Valley Christian 44 Hesperia Christian 51, Academy for Academic Excellence 29 ALPHA LEAGUE Campbell Hall...
  • 3.6 earthquake rattles Baja California

     
    A small earthquake struck Baja California on Saturday afternoon, but there were no reports of damage or injuries, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The magnitude 3.6 tremor occurred around noon, with its epicenter about 32 miles south-southeast...
  • Baseball: Wednesday's scores

     
    BASELINE LEAGUE Los Osos 10, Rancho Cucamonga 1 Upland 11, Etiwanda 3 CENTURY LEAGUE El Dorado 6, Foothill 4 CROSSTOWN LEAGUE Port of Los Angeles 12, Central City Value 0 DEL RIO LEAGUE Whittier 6, California 2 DESERT SKY LEAGUE......
  • Predator Drones To Patrol US Mexico Border

    Predator Drones To Patrol US Mexico Border
    CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection will begin flying Predator B drone surveillance aircraft across the entire length of the 2,000 mile U.S. Mexico border starting Wednesday. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said "With...
  • Illegal Immigrants Posing as US Marines Arrested at Border

    Illegal Immigrants Posing as US Marines Arrested at Border
    SAN DIEGO (KTLA) -- Border Patrol agents have arrested 13 illegal immigrants dressed in U.S. Marine uniforms. The men were arrested at the Campo Border Patrol Westbound I-8 checkpoint on March 14th. According to California's El Centro Border...
  • Phyllis Mae Lammers

      Phyllis Mae Lammers passed away peacefully May 19. She was born in Long Beach, CA on Aug. 31, 1914, the only child of Hazel and Clark Booher.   She attended schools in Los Angeles and El Centro.  She graduated from UCLA in 1934 with a degree in...
  • Sunrise Powerlink to bring wind energy to San Diego

    Sunrise Powerlink to bring wind energy to San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Gas & Electric  has signed 20-year agreement that will result in one-quarter of its renewable energy coming from windmills in Imperial County. Enough juice from the Ocotillo Wind Energy Facility will be delivered over the Sunrise...
  • Betty Jeanne Crawford Pinney

    Betty Jeanne Crawford Pinney was born on September 8, 1920, in Los Angeles, California, to parents Pitzer Miller Crawford and Anna Johnson Crawford.  She died on February 13 in Glendale after spending an enjoyable visit with her family.  Betty graduated...
  • Caltrans worker killed on I-15

    Caltrans worker killed on I-15
    SAN DIEGO -- The freeway transition ramp where a Caltrans worker was hit and killed by a car was reopened Monday after being closed for more than six hours. Richard Gonzalez, 52, was hit by a white sedan just east of downtown San Diego on the...
  • Study: Salton Sea area ripe for megaquake

    Study: Salton Sea area ripe for megaquake
    SAN DIEGO -- Man's interference with Colorado River floods that used to regularly flow to the Salton Sea may have "stopped the clock'' on a regular series of big earthquakes, setting the stage for a megaquake that could wreck Southern California,...
  • Imperial Valley Press

    Imperial Valley Press
    205 N. 8th Street El Centro, CA 92243 Phone 760-337-3456 Fax 760-353-3003 http://www.ivpressonline.com The Paper Founded: The first issue of the Imperial Valley Press, titled only Imperial Press, was printed on April 20, 1901 as a weekly local...
  • 'Conscientious Projector: Photographs by Maria Teresa Fernandez'

    'Conscientious Projector: Photographs by Maria Teresa Fernandez'
    In an upstairs hallway at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, a small show of photographs by Maria Teresa Fernandez focuses on the fence along the U.S.-Mexico border that begins a couple of hundred feet out in the Pacific and ends about 60 miles...