EL CENTRO – Earlier this month, Soroptimist International (SI) of El Centro held its annual installation of club officers at the home of incoming President Kathy Ball. Attendees arrived early to “Shop & Swap” at a fundraiser boutique before enjoying dinner and drinks. In addition to installing the 2015-16 officers, three new members were inducted into the club.Read More
The human hand is an anatomical marvel; nothing remotely comparable exists among the primates or any other animals. It is a marvel of design. But surely the “hand of God”—of which man’s hand is only a very dim shadow—is infinitely more powerful and skillful.
BRAWLEY – The Brawley Junior League All-Stars were riding high after a four-run second inning, but then the game sloped downhill as errors downed the mood and the Wildcats here Thursday night.
Jonathan Dale will soon leave his small town life for Masters Seminary just north of Los Angeles in Sun Valley and Santa Clarita.
The Salton Sea has been a topic that has generated much conversation over many years in regard to its current state and the implications of the dying sea.
Visitation for Leticia will be Saturday, August 1 at Frye Chapel and Mortuary between 3 and 6:00 p.m.
A jury convicted Francisco Javier Solorio of first degree murder on July 29, for the killing of Brawley resident Albert Ramos and charged he used a firearm to commit the crime. Solorio faces a sentence of 50 years to life in prison.
CALEXICO – Imagine walking into a regular visit to the doctor’s office and walking out as a cancer patient. Whether you are an adult or child, the thought is simply terrifying, and the costs associated with treating the illness only make it worst.
A federal judge Wednesday rebuked the Obama administration’s IRS for refusing to divulge documents, including Lois G. Lerner’s emails, and warned that he would hold in contempt those who break his orders.
“And this is the record, that God hath given to us eternal life, and this life is in his Son.” (1 John 5:11) by Dr….
There will be a chance of thunderstorms every day through early next week, with the potential for heavy precipitation in some places.
On July 29, at 2:45 a.m., El Centro officers investigated a domestic dispute in the 1700 block of Euclid Avenue after the communications center received several 9‐1‐1 calls.