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News | February 4, 2005
090 LEGAL ADS SOUTH|   LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Treats Too Hot Dog Treats 1110-1 Rosas Street, Calexico, CA 92231 Ruito, Inc. 961 Lee Avenue, Calexico, CA 92231 This Business is conducted by A Corporation. Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious business name(s) listed herein. I declare that all the information in this statement is true and correct.
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Arturo Emmanuel Navarro Rodríguez | Agencia Reforma | October 20, 2010
MÉXICO, DF — Esta es la receta de las guayabas en miel de piloncillo, que rinde para servir cuatro porciones. El grado de dificultad en la preparación del plato es sencillo. INGREDIENTES -5 tazas de agua -2 rajas de canela medianas -2 piezas de piloncillo -16 guayabas PREPARACIÓN: 40 minutos -Colocar el agua y la canela en una cacerola, dejar hervir y retirar la canela. -A fuego medio agregar el piloncillo hasta que se disuelva.
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Ana Isabel Aguayo/Agencia Reforma | January 19, 2012
MÉXICO, DF.- Blue Ivy Carter no sólo nació en una suite VIP, en el recién remodelado piso del Hospital Lenox Hill que su padre rentó en su totalidad para la ocasión, sino que abandonó el lugar en una camioneta Mercedes Benz acondicionada con baño y regadera y, a escasos 10 días de nacida, ha recibido regalos por 1.5 millones de dólares. Sí, la bebé de Beyoncé y Jay-Z llegó a este mundo a vivir con lujos y excesos, como lo demuestran las cuatro pantallas de televisión con que contaba la suite donde la cantante dio a luz el 7 de enero, la cuna que su padre le mandó construir y que le costó 20 mil dólares, ah, sí, y la bañera y la sillita alta que usará la beba, incrustadas de cristales de Swarovski, cada una de varios miles de dólares.
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By MARIO RENTERÍA | August 4, 2002
Staff Writer It's easy to forget what those who enforce the law risk while providing for the public's safety and protection. Most are proud to serve their communities and consider it their duty to put their lives on the line every day. California Highway Patrol Officer Jose Navarrete is one of those officers who loves his job and helping his community. Born in Mexicali, Navarrete did what many told him he couldn't do. He joined the Highway Patrol and has been a sworn officer for three years.
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By MICHAEL A. SALORIO, Staff Writer | August 21, 2004
"Jesus looked at them and said, ?With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.'" > > Matthew 19:26 (New International Version) Using Matthew 19:26 as its inspiration, Imperial Valley Ministries in El Centro has helped drug addicts overcome their addictions for the past 27 years. I.V. Ministries was founded by Pastor Fernando Rivas Sr. and his wife, Ofelia Rivas, and has grown into a network of 27 United Restoration Churches (each with its own affiliated evangelical outreach center)
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By Brianna Lusk | October 29, 2006
Staff Writer It?s the feeling you get when you walk into a dark room. Something in the corner catches your eye, or a shadow moves behind the drapes unexpectedly. The hairs on the back of your neck instantly stand on end and goose bumps run down your arms. Whether you?ve experienced something like the following stories or you dismiss tales of floating orbs and see-through Caspers as nothing more than figments of one?s imagination, the Imperial Valley has a number of haunting stories passed down through the years.
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By LEO MIRAMON,Staff Writer | August 24, 2005
Traffic accident victim identified as S.D. woman HOLTVILLE ? A 41-year-old San Diego woman who was ejected from a vehicle near here and died last week has been identified. Cheryl A. Walker, 41, of San Diego was the victim in the accident, which occurred on Interstate 8 east of the East Highline Canal. Robert Russell, 31, of San Diego who was driving the vehicle, in which she was a passenger, to drift off the road and into the center median. He overcorrected to the right before losing control of the vehicle.
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By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF | August 21, 2012
Aug. 15: Well, is the water safe to drink? Mr. Munoz needs to address this issue. The water has been smelly and hotter but is it drinkable? Even though there are many people who purchase bottled water I am certain there are others who cannot afford it. Is the water fit for drinking? Please do not avoid the issue by ranting on about something else; this is a very important issue. - Smelling It, El Centro Sunday: Enough already! What is going on with the water in El Centro? It has a musty, dirty taste to it. I have been to several locations around town with the same results.
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By ALEJANDRO DAVILA | Staff Writer | December 12, 2012
It will be a weekend filled with holiday activities in Imperial with lights set to glimmer on the eyes of thousands of people at the Imperial Parade of Lights on Friday and more holiday fun at the Christmas in a Small Town on Saturday. “We are hoping that everyone comes and enjoy this,” said Alexis Brown, Imperial Chamber of Commerce marketing and special events coordinator. “This year we have 87 entrees, far more than we've had in the past,” she said The annual Parade of Lights is a special event in the county because every float or marching band has to have lights on them.
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By MICHAEL A. SALORIO | September 20, 2002
Staff Writer HOLTVILLE ¾ "I feel like I'm paying for all my past sins. My daughter has been raped, and the kid that did it is getting off easy. " Those are the words of a Holtville man whose elementary-school-age daughter was sexually assaulted by a middle-school-age boy. This man is angry at the District Attorney's Office for several reasons: for the perceived lack of communication, for the canceled meeting, for the conflicting court dates, but most of all, for the plea agreement.
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By SILVIO J. PANTA, Staff Writer | May 11, 2010
CALEXICO — Stressing that the killing of her husband was accidental, defendant Kym Cano told the court Monday that her children’s past testimony was mistaken. Cano also told prosecutor Marco Nuñez that her eldest daughter, Ashley Thuener, was wrong about what she saw and overheard regarding alleged threats the defendant made to Francisco Cano. Cano, who has pleaded not guilty to the charge of second-degree murder, was careful to refer to the fatal shooting of Francisco on Dec. 4, 2006, as an accident.
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By ELIZABETH VARIN | Imperial Valley Press Staff Writer | April 2, 2011
Faults lining Imperial County and the surrounding areas make Southern California a hot spot for earthquakes. The Valley has been plagued by quakes and damaged by aftershocks since before reporting earthquakes became possible in 1933 and going back to the 1800s, according to the Southern California Earthquake Data Center’s historic maps. Though thousands of quakes have been felt, some had more of an impact, destroying buildings, causing millions in damage and even causing death. 1852 Volcano Lake earthquake — About noon Nov. 29, 1852, a magnitude-6.5 earthquake hit about 30 miles southwest of Yuma.
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By SILVIO J. PANTA | Staff Writer | June 24, 2011
BRAWLEY — Federal aviation authorities are investigating whether engine failure or human error played a role in Thursday’s crash of a crop duster near Best and Rutherford roads, a fire official said. There were no reports of anyone being seriously hurt during the 7 a.m. incident as the pilot, who was the sole occupant of the aircraft, is believed to have suffered minor injuries, said Imperial County Fire Chief Tony Rouhotas. California Highway Patrol seeking help The California Highway Patrol is asking the public’s help in finding witnesses who saw what occurred June 7 when an errant motorist fatally struck California Department of Transportation employee Jaime Obeso while he was working on Interstate 8. Highway Patrol authorities are requesting that the public help the agency in identifying any potential witnesses to the incident that occurred on Interstate 8 at the Sunbeam Rest Area, according to a news statement.
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By IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS STAFF | July 6, 2012
How can the Betty Jo McNeece Receiving Home be considered safe for the children who are placed there by Child Protective Services when the child care workers working there are being physically assaulted, burned with hot soup on their faces and stoned? - Concerned About the Kids, Calexico When we first heard about this, it seems like it would be a dangerous place for kids to live, especially those who are facing the type of rough situation that would necessitate a stay at the receiving home.
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By JULIO MORALES | Imperial Valley Press Staff Writer/Copy Editor | October 25, 2012
Desert RV 1676 E. Main St., Brawley 760-344-9200 www.desertrvservice.com desertrvservice@yahoo.com   Tell us how you ended up in this line of work. I started working for Whitted RV Outlet, seven years ago in sales and service. I decided to expand my horizon and try this out on my own and I opened up Valley RV. Due to a bad separation, I am no longer affiliated with Valley RV. That said, this business is my passion, so my father and I decided to open a new shop.
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