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Valda Cooper (November 15, 1915 – April 12, 2008), whose full name was Valda "Val" Margaret Cooper Lavender, was a longtime award-winning American journalist and reporter. She was considered to be one of the first women to report on hard news for the Associated Press. She was also reported for a number of publications in New Mexico, including the Farmington Daily Times. Cooper also served as the managing editor of the Farmington Daily Times during her 40-year reporting career. Cooper was once quoted as proclaiming, "I've got printer's ink in my veins."
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