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October, 2020

  • 18 October

    Unemployment benefits in California top $100 billion

    -Editorial The total of unemployment benefits providing support for California workers and local economies during this historic COVID-19 pandemic has now hit $101 billion in just seven months. About $55 billion of that is in regular state-provided Unemployment Insurance benefits which is more than double what was paid in the …

  • 16 October

    Online Learning Causes Trouble for Parents

    -Editorial The long school hours are taking a toll on parents who have to dedicate their time to help their children instead of working. As innovative as they are, online classes are causing a headache to parents who have to guide their children during class and make sure they don’t …

  • 16 October

    Border Travel Restrictions Will Continue Through November

    -Editorial Due to the continuing spread of COVID-19, Mexico asked the United States to extend the border restrictions for one more month, the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations announced on Oct. 16. “After reviewing the development of the spread of COVID19 and given that many areas have returned to the …

  • 15 October

    MILLIONAIRE INVESTMENT ANNOUNCED FOR THE MEDICAL INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

    Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, met with directors of the company Productos Medline. The company announces an investment of 50 million dollars, for the first stage of a new project in the production of medical supplies. Mexicali, B.C.- As part of the work of the Municipal Government, to promote economic …

  • 14 October

    Garage Project Hub announces 120 scholarships for courses

    By: Melissa Dorame, Reporter Mexicali, B.C.- The educational group September 16 through its innovation department Garage Project Hub announced that as part of an effort together with the State Assemblymember Eva Rodríguez, they will start the program “Science against online violence” offering the opportunity to 120 boys and girls to …

  • 14 October

    County Board of Supervisors Extends Eviction Moratorium Until January

    -Editorial Renters in the unincorporated area who lost their jobs or are struggling with medical bills because of the COVID-19 pandemic are now shielded from being evicted from their homes until January 31, 2021. The local ordinance offers protections to tenants in the unincorporated area of the County of Imperial …

  • 14 October

    STATE ISSUES GUIDELINES FOR A SAFE HALLOWEEN

    IMPERIAL COUNTY, CA.- The California Department of Public Health has released guidelines that Californians should follow to reduce the spread of COVID-19 while celebrating Halloween and Día de Los Muertos.  As part of their guidance, State officials warn that many traditional celebrations, such as parties and door to door trick or …

  • 13 October

    Imperial County Finds Mistake That Affects a Local Race

    -Editorial The Imperial County Registrar of Voters office identified that an error was made in the ballots for part of a precinct located in the city of Brawley.  It has been determined that the error has affected 623 ballots in the Imperial Community College District (ICCD) Area 4 race. The …

  • 12 October

    Calexico City Council Opens Job Position to Clean Up Downtown

    -Editorial The Calexico City Council approved creating a position that will be in charge of cleaning downtown on a regular basis at their Oct. 7 meeting. By taking this action, the council is addressing one of the most important demands residents have been asking for years. People on social media …

  • 10 October

    Tijuana Mayor takes time out of office

    Tijuana, B. C.- The municipal president of Tijuana Arturo González Cruz, in the presence of the media, announced that he will take time out from office next Wednesday, October 14, before the council to participate in the electoral elections for governor’s office next year. “It has become clear, very clear …

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