Cautious Hope After Obama’s Immigration Reform Speech

      By BRENDA RINCON/Coachella Unincorporated   COACHELLA, Calif. – The immigration issue is not about numbers for Esperanza

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Red Cross Closes Thermal Emergency Shelter; Residents Petition for Answers

    By Brenda R. Rincon, Coachella Unincorporated THERMAL, Calif. — On September 19, the American Red Cross closed its

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Committee Planning First Día de los Muertos at Coachella Cemetery

  By Brenda Rincon, Coachella Unincorporated COACHELLA, Calif. – On a 110-degree afternoon, it is hard to think about November

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EPA Visit a Good Start, but Not Enough for Mecca

By Johnny Flores, Jr., and Brenda R. Rincón Coachella Unincorporated   MECCA, Calif. — Two dump sites. One with forty-foot

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Student Reaches for Dreams with Deferred Action

  By Brenda Rincón, Coachella Unincorporated   COACHELLA, Calif. –  Cris* was only 12 years old when she left Atlixco,

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Assemblymember Pérez Inspires Young Reporters to Push Envelope

  By Brenda R. Rincón, Coachella Unincorporated   INDIO, Calif. –  A large poster hangs above Victor Manuel Pérez’s desk

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