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January, 2022

  • 7 January

    JANUARY SLOPE: GET OVER IT WITH THESE 4 TIPS

    -Editorial Christmas, New Year, and Three Kings Day celebrations have concluded, and even though 2021 was celebrated unusually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some families maintained the traditions and purchases allusive to the dates, which can lead to an economic imbalance for the start of 2022. During the first month …

  • 5 January

    San Diego County Reports Over 3,600 New COVID-19 Cases

    -Editorial The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency are reporting a sharp increase in new COVID-19 cases, adding 3,653 new cases in a single day today. This is the highest number of new cases reported since Jan. 7 of this year, when 4,550 cases were reported. County health …

  • 5 January

    The Blue Angels Are Back in The Imperial Valley

    -Editorial The roar of a jet squadron was heard in the skies of Imperial County on Jan. 4 as the Blue Angels returned to their winter home base and prepare themselves for their first air show in two years. The Blue Angels have called El Centro their winter training home …

  • 1 January

    COVID Forced New Year’s Events to be Cancelled

    -Editorial Omicron has been the scrooge of the 2021 holidays as fear still lives around many people. The Bay Area and Southern California New Years’ Eve events were cancelled in order to discourage large gatherings amid the COVID-19 surge.  Spiking COVID-19 cases are causing a lot of event cancellations around …

December, 2021

  • 30 December

    Interstate 8/Imperial Avenue Project Will Bring Growth to El Centro

    -Editorial In what was celebrated as a big achievement that will benefit the region, the Interstate 8/Imperial Avenue ribbon cutting took place on Dec. 21. This project was talked about and planned for twenty years is finally a reality since it will help the future growth of El Centro.  “This …

  • 28 December

    English as a Second Language Program at IVC Leads Students to A Successful Future

    -Editorial  Moving to a new country and learning a new language is a challenge but going to Imperial Valley College and having instructors connect with students in a positive manner can make all the difference.  The English as a Second Language program teaches how to communicate, read and write with …

  • 27 December

    THERE IS A THIRTY PERCENT INCREASE FOR RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS IN WINTER SEASON

    -Editorial Due to the low temperatures and under prevention actions, the Institute of Security and Social Services of Government Workers and Municipalities of the State of Baja California (ISSSTECALI) call for the right to take necessary measures to avoid the spread of Acute Respiratory Infections (IRAS) since the consultation for …

  • 27 December

    U.S. Passport to Become More Expensive

    -Editorial Traveling will soon be a bit more expensive for people who need to apply for or renew their passports. Starting on Dec. 27, a US passport book fee will increase up by $20 for all customers.  “The increased fee is necessary to ensure we continue to produce one of …

  • 25 December

    More Diversity in Travel Industry is Being Sought

    -Editorial The U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Diversity Matters announce a new strategic partnership that will strengthen the association’s focus and support of the industry on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and provide greater access to Tourism Diversity Matters’ subject matter expertise, research, and resources. Tourism Diversity …

  • 20 December

    MARINA DEL PILAR WILL STRENGTHEN THE ECONOMY OF FAMILIES

    -Editorial To strengthen the economy of the families with the greatest need in Baja California in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, Baja California Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, announced the launch of a Business Financing program oriented to strengthen small and medium-sized companies, which constitute a true engine …

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