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>> 50 Years Ago — The Brawley News, which this year is marking its 60th anniversary, began a move today to larger office quarters at 619 Main St. The News, the oldest newspaper in the Imperial Valley, will complete the move from its present...
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Oscar's ad blitz: Samsung saturates, Hyundai sets 7 spots: Smartphone maker will use social media to spread red carpet contentVarietyIf it could, Samsung would put one of its smartphones in Oscar's hand. Given its massive viewership, only second behind the Super Bowl each year, marketers have long seen the Academy Awards as another high-profile way to reach audiences with their ads....
Cousins honored as 50-year continuous members of the Wills GrangeTwo cousins were honored for 50 years of continuous membership in the Wills Grange while three additional long-time members also received recognition seals or certificates for longer periods of membership. The presentations were made during Wills...
Apple's retail stores have been a phenomenon over the last decade, a cornerstone of the company's revival. But with some changes in leadership over the last year, there have been questions about the direction of Apple's retail strategy. During his...
email@example.comCaitlyn Kinzer, who graduated from Williamsport High School in January and already is taking classes at Hagerstown Community College, showed up with her mother Saturday afternoon at Valley Mall for assistance on filling out her Free Application for...
The Western Enterprise Fire Co. supplied nine cases of hams to The Salvation Army for its Christmas dinner this past holiday season. Along with the Ladies Auxiliary, Western Enterprise also donated funds to Holly Place to provide the requested...
Tags: Education, Students, Reebok Ltd., Holidays, Fashion Trends
ReporterThe clock is ticking and frantic shoppers are making a mad dash for the mall to get those last minute gifts. Some shoppers say they wait until the last minute every year because they enjoy the frenzy. Being a late shopper has its rewards. If you can...
Tribune reporterAuthorities are wondering what prompted a 24-year-old Evanston man to leap from a second floor inside Schaumburg's Woodfield Mall Saturday afternoon, sending him to a hospital. "His injuries are not life-threatening," said Schaumburg Police Sgt. John...
In the first test of resilience after January's payroll tax hike, consumers achieved a passing score as they went shopping and bought more than economists had expected. The results showed up Wednesday in the Commerce Department's January retail sales...
Monday, WSBT told you about a Granger couple who is outraged, claiming a school bus driver left their 12-year-old son in the cold, nearly a mile from home, and on Tuesday, the South Bend School Corporation responded by releasing a statement. Here is the...
Wary holiday shoppers forced retailers to heavily discount items during December, ultimately handing merchants decent sales but raising worries about consumer spending in the new year. Major chain stores posted a 4.5% sales increase in December compared...
Staff WriterSEELEY — Wanting to take advantage of sales and goods typically not found in her native Canada, June Otto spent Wednesday morning at the mall’s J.C. Penney and Macy’s. Not having had to do any Christmas shopping for her extended family,...
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