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May, 2024

  • 23 May

    IlD Board Adopts Resolution to Boost Colorado River and Local Water Resources, Including Lithium Valley

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors passed a resolution during its Tuesday meeting reaffirming its dedication to meeting community water demands. The resolution highlights Imperial County’s efforts to support the development of Lithium Valley, which aims to diversify the Imperial Valley’s economy and create local employment opportunities. The …

  • 23 May

    Pacifica at Ensenada Bay and Women Who Live Present 4th Evening of Arts and Silent Auction

    -Editorial On Saturday, June 15, at the Pacifica At Ensenada Bay Real Estate Development, the exhibition and auction of 40 works of art will take place, all for the benefit of the Mujeres Que Viven Foundation. This was announced at a press conference headed by the Manager of Pacifica At …

  • 22 May

    Cambria Imperial Hotel to Host Job Fair

    -Editorial The Cambria Imperial Hotel is set to host its first job fair on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, in preparation of the opening of its new hotel in the City of Imperial.  The job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the County of Imperial Workforce …

  • 21 May

    Medi-Cal Transformation Expands Access to Behavioral Health Care Services

    -Editorial As the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) continues to transform Medi-Cal, the state is addressing behavioral health needs, like mental health care and substance use disorder services, through health care. Medi-Cal, California’s Medicaid program, provides coverage for one in three — or 15 million — Californians, and now …

  • 21 May

    Baja California Congress Passes Reform Mandating Special Care for Elderly Parents

    -Editorial In an ordinary session of the Baja California Congress Plenary, a landmark reform was approved to article 301 of the Civil Code of Baja California. This reform mandates that children must take special care of their elderly parents to prevent their abandonment, addressing a pressing issue that affects this …

  • 20 May

    Disaggregating Data Is Essential for Closing Health Disparities

    -Editorial For the first time since 1997, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) expanded its race and ethnicity standards to capture historically excluded communities who will now be visible in federal data collection. In the first of three briefings on health inequities sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, …

  • 17 May

    Calexico City Council Appoints Camilo Garcia as New Mayor Amid Cheers and Standing Ovation

    -Editorial In what was described as another step in the healing process for the city, the Calexico City Council appointed Camilo Garcia as the new Mayor of Calexico during its May 15 meeting. Gloria Romo, who has been serving since January, made the motion to appoint Garcia, which was unanimously …

  • 16 May

    Bad Rabbits: Dominating the Field and Breaking Barriers in Flag Football

    -Editorial The Bad Rabbits flag football team, a group of talented girls from Calexico, California, and Mexicali, Baja California, has been making headlines with their impressive performances in national tournaments. Led by head coach Guillermo Castro and assistant coach Emmanuel Ramirez, these young athletes have shown that girl power knows …

  • 15 May

    Biden and Trump Agree to June and September Debates

    -Editorial President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump reached an agreement to engage in two campaign debates, set for June and September respectively. The first debate, slated for June 27, will be hosted by CNN, while the second, scheduled for September 10, will be facilitated by ABC.  This agreement …

  • 15 May

    CANIRAC Mexicali to Host Padel Fest Tournament at Palestra Club Deportivo

    -Editorial On Sunday, May 26, the Palestra Club Deportivo will host the exciting Padel Fest tournament, organized by CANIRAC Mexicali. From 5:00 pm to midnight, padel fans will have the opportunity to enjoy a day full of action and competition. Registration for this event is 650 pesos per person, with …