September, 2022

  • 27 September

    Mexicali Is Ready for A Renovated Fiestas Del Sol Edition

    -Editorial Everything is ready for the “Fiestas Del Sol” to kick off full force this year as the municipality of Mexicali gets ready for its formal inauguration on Sept. 28 with new attractions that put the fears of the pandemic behind and at the same time it promises a season …

  • 25 September


    By: Javier Sánchez Valenzuela “El Cerveciáfilo” Like every year, on the Saturday after September 15, Oktoberfest begins. The celebrations spread throughout the world where millions of people gather to worship the oldest known alcoholic beverage. I had the great fortune to be in Munich three times and take part in …

  • 25 September

    Community Gathers to Unveil Book by Kevin E. Kelley

    -Editorial If there was an official title for someone that could be the Ambassador for Imperial County, that person would be Kevin Kelley.  Kelley was passionate about Imperial County, its history, and its most precious resource-water. His institutional knowledge will forever remain plastered in a book that was unveiled to …

  • 23 September

    Mural Brings Hope to Migrants Thanks to the Goodwill of People Around the World

    -Editorial Millions of people migrate to the United States each year in hopes to have a better life. The journey, however, is not easy and it’s filled with challenges, hunger, and sometimes discrimination. But as those migrants reach Tijuana, Mexico near the border, they will see a mural that brings …

  • 23 September

    Iconic Calexico Water Tower to Be Moved to A New Location

    -Editorial The water tower on First Street has been Calexico’s symbol for decades but due to structural issues, the landmark structure will have to be moved to a new location.  The issue was one of the topics of the Sept. 21st Calexico City Council meeting where the council encourage the …

  • 22 September


    -Editorial The Senator for Baja California, Gina Cruz Blackledge announced that she has presented an initiative to issue a commemorative coin for the 200 years of relations between Mexico and the United States, this, within the framework of the visit made by the ambassador of that country to the Senate …

  • 20 September

    Imperial Valley College to Host Career Fair for Students

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College expects to host several thousand high school students, their parents, IVC students, and other interested community members for the first Career Fair and College and University Day since 2019 when COVID impacted all campus events. The 2022 event will be held in the DePaoli Sports Complex …

  • 19 September

    Recession Could Affect Hispanic Workers

    -Editorial Turbulent times may be ahead for Hispanic workers, a new report from Wells Fargo found. The firm expects Latino workers to take an outsized hit if a mild recession happens in 2023 as it is projecting.  The Hispanic jobless rate has historically exceeded the non-Hispanic unemployment rate over the …

  • 15 September

    New Data Collection Could Improve Behavioral Health Services Locally

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors heard a presentation about new ways to collect data regarding mental health and how to improve their services during the Sept. 13 regular meeting.   The California Behavioral Health Planning Council is under federal and state mandate to advocate on behalf of adults with …

  • 15 September

    Calexico City Council Candidate Forum Cancelled

    -Editorial A political forum announced for Sept. 19 featuring the Calexico City Council candidates was canceled after the City Manager determined that the use of the Calexico City Hall Council Chambers and its public resources to hold a political campaign forum was not appropriate.  Calexico City Manager Esperanza Colio Warren …