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September, 2022

  • 10 September

    ICOE Foundation for Education to Host Second Annual Autumn & the Arts Fundraiser to Celebrate Students, the Arts, and Education

    -Editorial The Foundation for Education, an auxiliary organization of the Imperial County Office of Education, will host its second annual Autumn & the Arts fundraiser to help support its scholarship program on October 6, 2022, from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. The evening will be filled with an assortment of …

  • 9 September

    California Struggles to Keep Energy Supply During Heat Wave

    -Editorial California has been enduring days of consecutive record heat that is forcing mandatory conservation from citizens. The state’s emergency response and efforts by large energy users, energy producers, and California residents have helped to prevent outages during this extreme heat event, and even greater action will be needed in the days …

  • 1 September

    Imperial County Supports Funding Request from Mineral Company

    -Editorial As the “White Gold Rush” continues to promise a great future for Imperial County, the Board of Supervisors approved a letter of support for a mineral company that is seeking funding from the recently approved Infrastructure Law in an attempt to support lithium development locally. EnergySource Minerals (ESM) is …

August, 2022

  • 31 August

    Dwelling Units Find Momentum in Shaky Real Estate Market

    -Editorial Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADUs) are innovative and effective options for adding much-needed housing in California. ADUs have been known by many names: granny flats, in-law units, backyard cottages, secondary units, and more. HCD is the state’s leader in local ADU ordinances, which — …

  • 31 August

    CalSTRS’ Board sets a science-based emissions goal for 2030 and commits to additional net zero actions

    -Editorial The Teachers’ Retirement Board today authorized a package of investment actions to enhance its efforts to achieve a net zero investment portfolio, address climate change and support the retirement security of California’s public teachers. The board, which governs the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS), took a significant step …

  • 31 August

    Imperial County Probation Department Working to Provide a Safe Environment for The Youth

    -Editorial Having a supportive environment is key to forming responsible youth and individuals with character. That’s one of the missions of the Imperial County Probation Department whose youth program is bringing a positive experience to local kids.  The Imperial County Probation Department, in partnership with County Parks and Recreation and the …

  • 30 August

    Cities with the Highest Rent-To-Price Ratios

    -Editorial With both real estate and rental prices rising quickly over the last two years, U.S. households that don’t currently own a home are facing a major affordability crunch. The residential real estate market took off shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began. Boosted by increased savings, low-interest rates, and government …

  • 30 August

    IID Energy Rewards Program Goes Online

    -Editorial To improve processing times for the issuance of rebate checks, IID is implementing changes to its Energy Rewards program. Effective October 1, 2022, all rebate applications must be submitted through the IID Connect portal available online. The portal can be accessed at https://myaccount.iid.com/portal/ or the IID Connect App. As a reminder, to …

  • 29 August


    -Editorial To strengthen the Cali-Baja mega-region with a healthier future and a sustainable environment for present and future generations, the authorities on both sides of the border will deploy a historic investment of 474 million dollars to clean up the Tijuana River, with that it will be possible to eradicate …

  • 27 August

    Imperial Valley: fight or die in times of COVID-19

    By: Karina Alvarado, Anna Lee Mraz Bartra and Manuel Ortiz Escámez Ethnic Media Services & Península 360 Press Calexico, California.- The COVID-19 pandemic affected everyone, however, it significantly harmed the most disadvantaged. “I had a patient, a young man in his 40s, with no medical problems, only obesity, that is, …