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Staff WriterCALEXICO — Christmas music oddly played amid piles of charred Christmas decorations Friday morning as investigations of Thursday’s raging warehouse fire continued. Firefighters from all over the Valley as well as from Yuma and Mexicali...
It is by no accident that Mickey Mouse remains one of the most recognizable figures in the world. Because of the marketing genius of the Walt Disney Co., that lovable mouse enjoys a reputation quite unlike that of any other corporate figure the world...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorAmid widespread outrage from the Latino community, the Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday withdrew its application to trademark the phrase “Dia de los Muertos.” The entertainment company had filed applications with the U.S. Trademark and Patent...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorAlthough the dunes season is not technically over, preliminary figures show a decrease from last year’s total visitations. With no more holidays remaining in advance of the hotter summer months, the current tally suggests this year’s dunes...
Staff WriterIn addition to chocolate bunnies and colorful eggs, the Easter weekend also brought a partial close to this year’s dunes season. The season generally runs from the first of October through the Easter holiday and the week after when most schools...
Tags: Robert J. Lopez, Easter
Staff WriterValley residents celebrate Easter in a wide variety of ways but for most, it’s a chance to bring family closer. “It’s getting together with family, reminding them that Jesus died for us, and we should be grateful, not just now but...
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — Joyce Estevane said she sees the great needs of her community on a daily basis. “We’re a small depressed town where many of the people are out of work,” Estevane, an Ocotillo resident, said. In an effort to provide...
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As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, El Centro police and Avoid the 8 DUI Task Force urges motorists to plan a safe ride home and never get behind the wheel drunk or drugged. During this holiday, officials countywide will be on high alert, cracking...
Take your corn dogs and funnel cakes and have at it. If that’s what floats your boat about the annual California Mid-Winter Fair & Fiesta, more power to you. You’re not alone. But there are several hundred dedicated youths, parents and...
On a whim my friend Ruth and I visited the Imperial Sand Dunes over Presidents’ weekend. We had tentatively planned to join a group hiking in the west end of Imperial County but didn’t want to get up that early. The five big weekends in the...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff Writer/Copy EditorA Thing Called Cake 217 W. E St., Brawley; 584A W. Main St., El Centro 760-344-3400; 760-336-0207 www.athingcalledcake.com facebook.com/athingcalledcake Tell us how you ended up in this line of work. Since I can remember I have always been an...
Staff WriterEl Centro resident Tanya Lagunes’ eyes shone Monday morning as she watched her daughter excitedly open Christmas presents during the 15th annual U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Christmas giveaway with the Center for Family...
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