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December, 2023

  • 26 December

    How resolutions help us see life with a more optimistic viewpoint

    By: Ellie Burgueño By this time so close to the End of the Year, and after celebrating an amazing Christmas with our loved ones, we are probably done and ready with our New Year’s Resolutions list, and even though most of us make those lists and by around the fourth …

  • 22 December

    The Fight for the 36th Assembly District Seat Begins

    -Editorial The 36th Assembly District race in 2024 is poised to be fascinating, offering the chance for an Imperial Valley native to claim the seat. Meanwhile, in Coachella, it seems they already determined the successor for the current assembly member. But as John Podhoretz wisely noted, “Every great political campaign …

  • 22 December

    Study Reveals Which Applications Share Personal Information

    -Editorial A new study has revealed which popular apps collect and share the most personal data with third parties. Spotify, the music streaming giant, has been revealed as one of the apps sharing most of your data with third parties. The study, by database experts SQL Server Consulting, analyzed the …

  • 21 December

    Imperial City Council Appoints Robert Amparano as New Mayor

    -Editorial The Imperial City Council held its annual reorganization where they elected Robert Amparano as the new Mayor and celebrated the accomplishments of Katie Burnworth during her year leading the city.  As the new year begins, Amparano said to be honored to be elected as Mayor and looks forward to …

  • 21 December

    IID Adopts Resolution to Tackle Energy Cost Volatility

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors took action to adopt Option “B” at their Dec. 19 meeting which will alleviate billing spikes and guarantee adequate collections. The option was voted 4-1 with Director Gina Dockstader casting the dissenting vote.   In response to the recent surge in market …

  • 21 December

    The state of the economy will affect the 2024 elections in Mexico and the United States

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist and Researcher (PhD.). What is happening now in the economy will have a significant impact on the presidential elections in Mexico and the United States in 2024. In addition to international issues such as wars, migration, and insecurity, the economy is what matters to voters, …

  • 21 December

    Time Management: An Irreplaceable Skill in Modern Business

    By: Ellie Burgueño I’ve come across numerous discussions about the significance of effectively managing our time, whether for personal or business endeavors. Despite extensive training, reading numerous books, and understanding how time should ideally be managed, the stark reality remains: translating this knowledge into efficient practice often proves a considerable …

  • 21 December

    Businesses and Intellectual Property

    By: Jaime Israel Davila Gomez, Attorney. The most sought-after intellectual property service by companies in Mexico is trademark registration, aimed at obtaining exclusivity in using a sign (names, designs, scents, sounds, etc.) within their targeted market. However, despite being a valuable service, other less common intangible assets can be equally …

  • 21 December

    Calexico Recall Election Set for April 2024

    -Editorial In a meeting held on December 20th, the Calexico City Council decided the political future of Mayor Raul Urena and Councilman Gilberto Manzanarez. The special recall election will take place on April 16th in response to the certification of sufficient signatures by the Imperial County elections department. During the …

  • 20 December

    SoCalGas Prepares Californians for Winter Chill with Energy-Saving Tips and Historic Infrastructure Investment

    -Editorial As the winter season is set to officially begin on Dec. 21st, many Californians are gearing up for colder temperatures, prompting a surge in their heating needs. SoCalGas is reaching out to customers with very important tips aimed at curbing natural gas bills during the cold months. SoCalGas consistently …