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Eleva Mexicali is inaugurated with Great Success

-Editorial At 08:30 o’clock this morning the long-awaited Forum Eleva Mexicali 2018 began, this event is topped up by offering speakers of international stature. In the framework of the 60th Anniversary of Coparmex, a special edition of Eleva was held with 8 different events divided around the year, with highly …

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Information at your fingertips with IID Customer Connect

Did you know IID offers a web portal and mobile application that allows customers to pay bills easily, enroll in paperless billing, stay alert with outage updates, monitor and manage energy usage, find energy saving tips, learn about energy saving programs, rebates and more. The system provides a single location …

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County Health Fair Brings Unity Among Employees

-Editorial Employees are the heart and soul of every company or government body. They are the ones that provide the services and they are the face that represents the organization and that’s why it is important to recognize them every so often. The County of Imperial hosted its annual health …

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Thousands of People March for Life in Mexicali

By: Juan Carlos Lopez More than 7 thousand people marched in Mexicali in favor of life and against legislative proposals to decriminalize abortion throughout the country, with placards, shouts and cheers of: Yes to life, no to death! People expressed dissatisfaction with the initiatives of the new legislators. The mega …

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IEEBC LAUNCHES CALL FOR DISTRICT COUNCILS

Applicants will be able to send their application and other requirements from October 22 to November 20. MEXICALI, BC. – The State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC), through the Commission of Regulations and Legal Affairs, has launched the call for all citizens of this entity, wishing to participate in …

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Imperial County Opposes Border Closure Due to Caravan

-Editorial As thousands of Central Americans are marching through Mexico in hopes to arrive in the United States, the Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution opposing the closure of the border if the caravan arrives the U.S.-Mexico border. “I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to …

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