I Pink I Can! 5K run celebrates survivors, honors memory of victims

BRAWLEY — Just more than a year ago Connie Zendejas was first diagnosed with invasive breast cancer and began a long journey to recovery that included chemotherapy and multiple surgeries. On Saturday morning exactly one year after her first chemotherapy session, she along with her family and friends took part in the Valley Women Magazine... Continue Reading →

Teachers and educators encourage voters to say ‘yes’ to Prop 55

EL CENTRO — With the goal to urge voters to support the extension of a tax on the wealthiest residents in California, The California School Employees Association, alongside the California Teachers Association and local educators gathered at Bucklin Park in El Centro to persuade locals to vote in favor of proposition 55. After-school funding suffered... Continue Reading →

Comite launches Air Monitoring Project Website

HEBER — Imperial County residents now have an additional tool that gives them real-time data about the state of the air throughout the Valley that will help them better plan outdoor activities. On Friday morning, Comite Civico del Valle first introduced its new website along with its partner projects at Heber Elementary School, which is... Continue Reading →

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