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January, 2019

  • 19 January

    Garcia Ready for an Active Legislative Year

    -Editorial Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia kicked off the new year by having an open house at his office in Imperial Valley. People from all the cities packed the event to speak to the Assemblyman about issues that affect the community. Garcia started his legislative session introducing several bills and is establishing …

  • 18 January

    Calexico Looks for A New Councilmember

    By: Mario Conde, reporter The Calexico City Council will appoint the successor of Jesus Eduardo Escobar after his resignation to leave and become Imperial County Supervisor. The decision was made on the regular meeting held Jan. 9 to appoint someone from the seat vacated by Escobar as soon as possible. …

  • 16 January

    HARDENING ACTIONS AGAINST ALCOHOLISM IN B.C.

    Amendment to the law on the sale and consumption of alcohol The initiative of Assemblymember José Félix Arango Pérez Mexicali, B.C.- With the purpose of regulating the sale and excessive consumption of alcohol, as well as promoting a responsible consumption culture, the State Congress of Baja California unanimously approved the …

  • 11 January

    ARREGUI PROPOSES PUNISHING THOSE WHO PAY TAX AT 8% AND CHARGE IT AT 16%

    Calls businessmen to adhere their companies to decree and apply it for the benefit of citizens Mexicali, B.C.- Sanction with the same penalties of crime for tax fraud to anyone who benefits unduly with the application of the TAX reduction and ISR proposed Alejandro Arregui with initiative presented at the …

  • 11 January

    Ryan Kelley Named Chairman of the Imperial County Board of Supervisors

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors voted to appoint Ryan Kelley as Board Chairman for 2019. The Jan. 8 board meeting was the first one of the year was Jesus Eduardo Escobar had its first meeting as Supervisor District 1. Supervisor Luis Plancarte was elected Vice-Chairman. Supervisor District 1 …

  • 7 January

    GOVERNOR FRANCISCO VEGA RECEIVES SUPPORT FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC TO WORK FOR THE BENEFIT OF B.C.

    Lead the Presentation of the “Free Zone of the Northern Border” Program  TIJUANA, B.C.- Sunday, January 6, 2019.- The Governor of the State of Baja California, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, received the backing and support of the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to work jointly with the …

  • 7 January

    County Officials Take Oath of Office

    By: Mario Conde, reporter A new day in county leadership begins on January 7 as imperial county officials took oath of office lead my Judge Ruth Montenegro. The officials raised their right hand and promised to do their jobs at the best of their ability. The re-elected and elected county …

  • 5 January

    No End in Sight for Government Shutdown

    -Editorial “No Wall, No Deal.” Those were the remarks of Vice-President Michael Pence recently about the government shutdown that began last year and shows no signals of ending soon. President Donald Trump has said time and again that the U.S. needs a wall for border security. The government shutdown is …

December, 2018

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