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  • Aliosha Marquez/Associated Press Nelly Bugueno, left, and Yesica Cortes, the mother and wife of trapped miner Victor Zamora, read letters from Mr. Zamora in a shelter outside the collapsed San Jose mine in Copiapo on Sept. 13.

    Technology Provides Help for Miners

  • The annual issue of the magazine — this year featuring "Yesica and 20 other exotic models" — was not sent to 21,000 subscribers such as libraries and schools, prompting complaints and confusion among librarians nationwide.

    Prurience is served

  • First, Heflin is 91 years old; at 24, his new friend, Yesica Sanchez could be his great-granddaughter.

    The Seattle Times

  • Alejandra, Yesica, Jeni, Alfonso, Jonaton - so that they could learn about the country they had been forced to abandon, in their new language.


  • Yesica said she enjoys collaborative projects such as this one, a method often used in the AVID program.

    Island Packet: Home

  • "We can work as a team and be creative," Yesica said.

    Island Packet: Home

  • Justina, de 38 años, es una madre muy amorosa y trabajadora, vive en su casa propia junto a su esposo Nicolás, de 29 años, y sus 3 hijos: Yesica de 18, Carmen de 16 y Michael de 8 años, quienes son el motivo de todos sus esfuerzos.

    Kiva Loans

  • Yesica esta casada con Marco Antonio, el trabaja como empleado, tiene un hijo, el negocio empezó una vez que su esposo estaba desempleado, por lo que tenia fuertes necesidades económicas y entonces fue cuando ella busco una fuente de ingresos, y empezó con la venta de lácteos en su casa vendiendo entre sus familiares y después a conocidos y vecinos.

    Kiva Loans

  • Yesica is married to Marco Antonio, who works as a clerk, and she also has a son.

    Kiva Loans

  • Due to their situation, Yesica went in search of a source of income and started a dairy business in her house.

    Kiva Loans


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