Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by State Department
Washington, DC - The United States welcomes the February 9 parliamentary confirmation of Somalia’s Council of Ministers. As the new Council of Ministers assumes office, we urge the Federal Government of Somalia to make swift progress in the important work that remains to realize its Vision 2016, including a constitutional referendum and national elections.
- Written by Dottie DeHart
Santa Barbara, California - Competing with other women is out. Connecting with other women to share ideas, work together on projects, and offer support is in. The changes brought about by the global economy have made collaboration and innovation "must-have" skills, and the great news is that women tend to be naturals at them. And that, says clinical psychologist Dr. Nancy D. O'Reilly, is why the women-helping-women movement is really picking up steam.
- Written by Imperial Valley News
Imperial, California - The State Water Resources Control Board gave notice on its website Friday of a public workshop to be held Wednesday, March 18, 2015, in response to the Imperial Irrigation District's petition regarding the state's unmet restoration obligation at the Salton Sea.
- Written by Natalie van Hoose
West Lafayette, Indiana - Purdue University research shows that standard cleaning procedures in retail delis may not eradicate Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, which can cause a potentially fatal disease in people with vulnerable immune systems.
- Written by Emil Venere
West Lafayette, Indiana - A new, relatively simple process makes it possible to create biocompatible particles called shape-controllable microgels that could be custom-designed for specific roles such as drug delivery vehicles, tissue engineering building blocks and biomedical research.
- Written by Carol Kando-Pineda
Washington, DC - As the saying goes, two heads are better than one. That’s so true when it comes to the thorny issues surrounding debt collection practices. Unlawful debt collection practices are a long-standing source of consumer complaints. So, it only makes sense to have two cops on the beat; the FTC and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau work together to enforce the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and keep debt collection practices lawful.
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