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Staff WriterHEBER — As an avid reader, Yeritza Quezada was drawn to the Children’s Day celebration at the Heber branch of the Imperial County Free Library due to the promise of a free book. “I came because I thought it would be fun,” said...
Tags: Arts and Culture
Staff WriterFor Gerry Maginnity, the chance to tour the Imperial Valley’s libraries was an opportunity to see how much his former home had grown. Once a resident of Holtville for a pair of years, Maginnity is now the acting state librarian and often visits...
Staff WriterCALEXICO - Valley writers and poets are invited to a free writing workshop at the Camarena Memorial Library Wednesday evening. Biligual teacher and writer Olga Garcia Echeverria will conduct the workshop which is offered by the library in partnership...
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Imperial County Free Library will host a free four-part reading, viewing and discussion series for adults called “Pushing the Limits: Unleash Your Mind, Get Involved, Explore.” The library is one of 20 public libraries nationwide receiving...
Every year the AARP Tax Aid program has volunteers to help do our taxes. They usually set up at the El Centro Library or at the Community Center and usually start advertising with Time Warner on the public announcement channel but nothing has shown up...
Early Care and Education Programs, Imperial County Office of EducationOn behalf of the Family Wellness Expo Committee of the Early Care and Education Planning Council, I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank: The Imperial Valley College Board of Trustees, President Victor Jaime, Ed.D., Efrain Silva, dean...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Local children dressed up in their best nighttime pajamas to attend the annual Pajama Party held at the Enrique Camarena Memorial Library here Thursday evening. Sponsored for the second year by the Associated Calexico Teachers union, the...
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Staff WriterAfter visiting numerous events all over the Valley, Santa Claus is set to stop by at the recently opened El Centro Public Library on Wednesday morning for the first time. Santa will be giving away gifts like books and toys, said Lois Faison, library...
Staff WriterSanta Claus has been seen all over the Valley and Wednesday morning Santa was seen again, now meeting and giving gifts to children at the newly opened El Centro Public Library. At least 30 to 40 people were present at the event, most of them toddlers....
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Staff WriterLocal residents are banding together following the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary school by holding two separate community vigils in memory of the victims. Imperial High School will be holding the first candlelight vigil, at 6 p.m. today on the...
Staff WriterSalton City Home targeted by fireworks A Salton City man claimed his neighbor shot fireworks in the direction of his house late Friday evening. The reporting party stated he heard several voices outside of his home before the fireworks were shot his...
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