Daily Archives: October 19, 2010

Agents Disrupt Various Maritime Smuggling Attempts Throughout Weekend

$300,000 Sailboat, Jet Skis, and Panga Used by Smuggler

San Diego, Calif. – U.S. Border Patrol agents stopped three maritime smuggling attempts over the weekend in San Diego County. Agents arrested 26 illegal aliens, seized a panga, a 40-foot sailboat, and more than $63,000 in smuggling proceeds.

A panga style boat used by two smugglers in illegally transporting 11 Mexican nationals.
A panga style boat used by two smugglers in illegally transporting 11 Mexican nationals
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American Red Cross and American Heart Association Jointly Announce Revised First Aid Guidelines

The American Red Cross and American Heart Association today announced changes to guidelines for administering first aid. Among the revisions are updated recommendations for the treatment of snake bites, anaphylaxis (shock), jellyfish stings and severe bleeding. The First Aid Guidelines are being published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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Brawley Dominates Imperial In IVL Opener, 28-12

By Chris Furguson

The game between the  Brawley Wildcats and the Imperial Tigers looked, on the surface, to be a close match up.

Both teams came into the game at the top of the preseason standings and both carried winning streaks with strong preseason performances.

Still, there are factors that lie below the surface.  Some of those factors led the Wildcats to a 28-12 victory over the Tigers at Shinosuke-Sampson Stadium last Friday.

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Six Candidates Running for Calexico School Board

There are six candidates running for Calexico School Board and the only incumbent running for his fourth term in office is Board President Salvador Pacheco.

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