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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterWhile the anti-drug “Red Ribbon Week” campaign ends this weekend an ever-present question always tends to be surrounding the actual roots of Red Ribbon started. Various accounts as to the actual origins of Red Ribbon Week and its relationship...
A local artist has finished sculpting a Ronald Reagan statue, which will go up in a Newport Beach park by year's end. Miriam Baker's statue of the 40th president has been fully modeled in clay, and is now in the waxing process. After a wax mold is made,...
Dorothy "Dorie" Sheridan, 72, of Westmont doesn't let her health challenges with Parkinson's disease keep her away from her passion and love for the arts. "I'm a fiber artist," she said. "Ever since I could remember I've been doing fiber art. My...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — A drug-free reminder will be watching over the students at Enrique Camarena Junior High School in the form of a new mural of a hometown hero. Students and staff in the After School Education and Safety program worked on the image of...
The Rev. Michael Wenning, the retired senior pastor of Bel Air Presbyterian Church who presided at former President Reagan's 2004 burial service in Simi Valley, died Tuesday at his home in Mission Viejo, one week before his 76th birthday. The cause was...
Nation NowRonald Reagan: A nine-foot statue of former President Reagan was unveiled at Washington airport....
Joan Luther, a longtime restaurant publicist who began her career at the Brown Derby and Hollywood Park in the late 1940s and helped promote nearly every major chef in Los Angeles, died Monday at her Beverly Hills home after a series of strokes, according...
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The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelBetty Ford struggled, overcame and inspired. In "The Times of My Life," Ford wrote: "I was no different once I became first lady than I had been before. But through an accident of history, I had become interesting to people." She was one of the best...
L.A. NOWThis post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. Former presidents and first ladies will be descending on the California city of Palm Desert on Tuesday to say their final farewells to former First Lady Betty......
L.A. NOWFirst Lady Michelle Obama and former President George W. Bush are among several dignitaries in attendance at a memorial service in Palm Desert on Tuesday for former First Lady Betty Ford. Bush escorted former First Lady Nancy Reagan down the......
L.A. NOWDescribing her close friend as a compassionate and tireless advocate for those struggling with alcohol and drug addictions, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter said Tuesday that Betty Ford was “someone who was willing to do things a bit differently...
Company TownAfter being discarded like yesterday's trash by the History Channel and avoided like the plague by other networks, the controversial miniseries "The Kennedys" got some vindication Thursday in the form of 10 Emmy nominations. "The Kennedys," which ended up...
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