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August, 2023

  • 3 August

    Trump Indicted for Efforts to Overturn 2020 Elections

    -Editorial Another day, another indictment against Donald Trump as a special counsel brings charges concerning the January 6 riots in the nation’s capital. The former President claims it’s a witch hunt, positioning himself as the front-runner for the White House. Trump contested the 2020 election results, alleging mail-in ballot fraud, …

  • 3 August

    Imperial County Supervisors Deny Voting Center Proposal

    -Editorial A proposal to create a new election system failed to get approval from the Imperial County Board of Supervisors as it didn’t get the required majority to be implemented in 2024. The board of Supervisors voted 3-2 in favor of implementing the Elections Administration Plan which would conduct elections …

  • 1 August

    California Students are Most Heavily Targeted by Credit Card Marketing

    -Editorial Having a strong credit score is a fundamental pillar of financial well-being. Making a major life purchase sometimes requires a loan or a line of credit, and in hard times, credit can be a bridge to help make ends meet. A good credit score can often help borrowers secure …

July, 2023

  • 31 July

    Canacintra to Host Employment Fair

    -Editorial This coming Friday, August 18 and Saturday, August 19, at 10 a.m., more than 20 companies will be offering close to 3,000 vacancies in the facilities of Plaza Sendero, as part as the second edition of the Fair of Employment organized in this 2023 by the National Chamber of …

  • 31 July

    IID Lends Support for Legislative Bills

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors adopted positions in support of federal and state bills that have a direct impact on water issues. This action took place at their July 26 meeting. IID’s Federal and State Legislative Committees discussed various priority bills and their potential impact on the …

  • 30 July

    New Requirements to Enter Europe Will Take Effect in 2024

    -Editorial There will be new rules for those of that want to travel to Europe as U.S. passport holders will have to apply for entry authorization starting in 2024. All visitors who previously traveled visa-free to Europe, such as visitors from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and many …

  • 30 July

    ANTI-AGING: THE YAMANAKA FACTORS

    By: Dr. Elton Gómez, Specialist in Regenerative Medicine. The correctable markers or parameters of anti-aging using current technology are subjects of research and study. While there is no universal consensus on specific markers, some immunological and biological markers related to aging have been identified. Here are some of them: Immunological …

  • 29 July

    Assemblymember Gives Update on Imperial Valley Medical District

    -Editorial Highlighting the importance of moving forward with the creation of a new medical hospital district, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia held a press conference to give an update about where the Assembly Bill 918 legislation is going and to dispel false information.  “We want to save lives. We want to make …

  • 28 July

    Boiling Political Tension Brings Forward Recall Attempt Against Two Calexico Politicians

    -Editorial As the summer heat wave is reaching 120 degrees in Calexico, California, politics is at its boiling point once again as a signature gathering to force a recall election against Mayor Raul Ureña and Councilman Gilberto Manzanarez has begun. Calexico politics has always been the hot stop of politics …

  • 28 July

    Mexican Consulate and Vo Medical Center Sign Agreement to Support Ventanilla de Salud

    -Editorial  The Ventanilla de Salud program has a new fiscal agent in Imperial Valley as the Consulate of Mexico signed an agreement with a respected medical group that will support this initiative.  Starting July 27, a new alliance for Ventanilla de Salud will operate between the Consulate of Mexico in …

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