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The Holtville High School Green and Gold Hall of Fame Committee came up with the names of worthy inductees to be honored at the annual banquet. The event will be held Saturday at the Barbara Worth Country Club and Golf Resort. Inductees include Arleta...
Time Warner Cable is seeing growth in its broadband Internet business but steady losses in TV viewers. So how is the company responding? With a hefty new fee for Internet cable modems, of course. The dominant cable provider in Southern California is...
WASHINGTON -- "Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not." That was Barack Obama in 2008. And he was right. Reagan was an ideological inflection point, ending a 50-year...
The U.S. Justice Department's civil fraud division is investigating claims that CVS Caremark wrongly refilled prescriptions and billed insurers without the knowledge or the approval of its customers. The probe will focus primarily on allegations of...
Medicare is investigating reports that CVS Caremark Corp., the country's second-largest drugstore chain, has refilled prescriptions and submitted insurance claims without patients' approval, according to an official with knowledge of the matter. The...
An Indianapolis woman will spend more than six years in prison for defrauding Indiana's Medicaid program of nearly $9 million. Carol Woodard, 45, was sentenced to six years and eight months Friday after pleading guilty to health care fraud. Woodard...
Tags: Government Health Care, Health Insurance, Prisons, Medicaid, FBI
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has proposed opening military TRICARE networks of civilian health care providers to veterans who can't get timely mental health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs. TRICARE networks currently exist...
The old line is that there's a simple way to know a politician is lying: His lips are moving. Odds are good that any lurid charge leveled against a candidate is largely fraudulent. So it was no surprise that when Mitt Romney accused Barack Obama of...
Someone recently shared some very old postcards with photos of events in Imperial Valley, also three Imperial Press newspapers from 1901, and “The Searchlight,” a publication from Holtville Union High School dated Nov. 28, 1921. One of the...
Tags: Schools, High School Sports, High Schools
The Indiana Minority Health Coalition and Purdue University are teaming up for a new initiative called Heart Health Indiana. The goal is to educate African Americans and other minorities about some of the increased heart risks they face. The message...
The Holtville High School Class of 1952 will have its 60th reunion Saturday, Feb. 11, during Carrot Festival. It is the same day as the parade. We are hoping former graduates will get to town in plenty of time to view the parade, and hang out around the...
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