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Life is a Desk: Ember Haller

Imperial Parks & Recreation Program Manager Ember Haller marked her 10th year with the city department on Aug. 15. Haller, since the recent retirement of her boss, Stan Armstrong, has been…

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    Madeline Willis

    As a lifelong Imperial Valley resident, Madeline Willis has touched the lives of countless parents and children living in Imperial. As both educator and administrator for 40 years, her well-deserved retirement now affords her quality time with her own six grandchildren and to keep in close contact with those she worked alongside for so many years.

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    Deidre Dubose

    The labor involved in producing a printed issue of a magazine is harder than anyone who has never done it can imagine. Fortunately for the readers of Valley Women Magazine, Deidre DuBose was blissfully unaware of this fact when she accepted the job as the magazine’s editor five years ago.

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    Jennifer Lee Donatt

    Born in San Diego, a graduate of Grossmont High and then the University of California, Humbolt, Jennifer Donatt served five years in corporate human resources for Copley Newspapers, owners of the San Diego Union and Evening Tribune in La Jolla. She then worked nine years in executive administration working directly for Helen and David Copley.

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    Jill Deen

    Simply mention the name Jill Deen to anyone in the city of Imperial and they’ll point you to JILL DEEN’S BARBER SHOP. She opened for business 37 years ago and is still going strong.

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    Jenna Middleton

    As a great-great granddaughter of one of the Imperial Valley’s early settlers, Jenna Middleton is extremely proud of her heritage.

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    The Art of Home: Welcome to the CASA de COYNE

    The stately country manor Jessica Coyne shares with her husband, Travis, and sons Braden, 4, and Brody, 2, is a home Jessica has had a connection with since she was a little girl. Brett and Tammy Driscoll, who built the home in 1995, and Jessica’s parents, Mark and Ginna Gaddis, were close family friends at the time. While growing up, Jessica spent many happy hours swimming and playing with the Driscoll’s daughter, Demi, on the property.

Cover Story: Elizabeth Willingham
Posted: July 21, 2015

Folding clothes, making a meal, counting change...

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Forward Thinkers: Jon LeDoux
Updated: July 21, 2015 - 2:22 pm
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Sister Katia Chavez
Posted: July 21, 2015

Born and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, and ini...

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The Art of Home
Posted: July 21, 2015

As you drive down Marilyn Avenue, it’s hard to ...

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Stacey Hayasaka
Posted: July 21, 2015

“Opportunity is missed by most people because i...

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Maykent Salazar
Posted: July 21, 2015

(Editors Note: Valley Women Magazine recently s...

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The Art of Home
Updated: May 11, 2015 - 11:30 am

On the very day Imperial Valley native Sue Hess closed on a historic Craftsman in El Centro last June, she began the process of transforming it into a vision she had in her mind’s eye. The three-be...

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Kathleen Lang: Second chances
Updated: May 11, 2015 - 11:09 am

Kathleen Lang used to look at job descriptions and run her finger across the page to the education requirements. What she had in life experience couldn’t be quantified with a degree and what she wa...

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Francisca Gomez
Updated: May 11, 2015 - 11:25 am

Francisca Gomez lived in Mexicali, B.C., until the age of 20, when she married her husband, Felipe, and went to Los Angeles in hopes of a better life and an opportunity to work and earn enough mone...

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Judith Klein-Pritchard
Updated: May 11, 2015 - 11:07 am

When you first walk into the office of Judith Klein-Pritchard, you immediately feel an overwhelming sense of comfort. A strong-willed woman with a reassuring attitude, you would think that she had ...

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Forward Thinkers: Frank Miranda: One of Agricultures' Greatest Asset
Updated: May 11, 2015 - 11:18 am
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