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    Tuesday, July 07, 2020
    EL CENTRO — The El Centro Elementary School District is in the process of finalizing its plans to reopen its schools on Aug. 24 for the coming school year. As part of that process, the district has created a number of subcommittees that have been tasked with identifying and recommending best practices for a wide range of campus operations.
    Categories: General News Article, Education
    Friday, July 03, 2020
    EL CENTRO — Tests of mosquito pools in the county have yielded two more that scored positive for Saint Louis Encephalitis and a third that came back positive for both SLE and West Nile Virus, the Imperial County Public Health Department announced Friday. The three pool samples were collected between June 26 and 27. One was collected in Imperial near La Paz Road and another near West Main Street ...read more
    Categories: Education, General News Article
    Thursday, July 02, 2020
    EL CENTRO — The 13-point plan Imperial County presented to the California governor was approved Wednesday, which prevented the county from going back to the very beginning of Stage 1 in an effort to decrease the number of COVID-19 positive cases. But it came close. Under the new county order outlined by County Health Officer Steve Munday at a Wednesday press conference, indoor church services ...read more
    Categories: City of El Centro / City Council, Education, General News Article
    Friday, June 26, 2020
    EL CENTRO — With an already impressive number of accomplishments to her name, 65-year-old El Centro resident Estella Olivares recently added a diploma from Imperial Pathways Charter School to that list. The diploma will complement the associate degree and certificate in alcohol and drug studies she obtained from Imperial Valley College in 2017, and will further help her job prospects, she said
    Categories: General News Article, Education, IVC / SDSU-IV
    Thursday, June 25, 2020
    HEBER — After 50 years of beef production locally, it’s no surprise El Toro Land and Cattle would produce Bulls, Steers and Calves, except in this case, the terms refer to scholarships. The feedlot, located on East Fawcett Road, recently announced the winners of its inaugural Heber Community Student Scholarships.
    Categories: Education, General News Article
    Thursday, June 11, 2020
    EL CENTRO — Even as most California hospitals have avoided an incapacitating surge in coronavirus patients, some facilities near the Mexican border have been overwhelmed. They include El Centro Regional Medical Center here and Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista in San Diego County, which link the spike in COVID-19 patients to their communities’ cross-border lifestyle. Some U.S. citizens and ...read more
    Categories: Community, Education, General News Article