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October, 2020

  • 4 October

    Imperial Valley Women Ready to Leave Their Mark in Politics

    -Editorial The 2020 election in Imperial Valley has the biggest number of women running for office in recent memory. That is good news for the Imperial Valley as a group of 34 qualified women is seeking to make a change in their community. It was 100 years ago that the …

  • 3 October

    New Generation of Candidates Make Their Presence Felt in The Imperial

    -Editorial It is a different kind of election in Imperial Valley as many candidates want to put their ideas before the community. It’s a campaign of technology, virtual interviews, and at times, dirty politics. In a year that has been dominated by the pandemic, the Imperial Valley is seeing an …

  • 3 October

    Google announces improved Google Maps Live View with AR directions

    By: Gabriel Barajas, Staff Writer In recent days, Google announced a few updates to Live View, the augmented reality walking directions in its Google Maps app that launched last year. The live view utilizes your phone’s GPS and camera to tell you exactly where to go. For now, the only …

  • 2 October

    House of Representatives Approved Stimulus Package Proposal

    -Editorial The House passed a $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package on Thursday evening, adding additional pressure on Republicans and the White House to make a deal on new pandemic legislation before Congress is expected to take a recess until mid-November amid election season. The Democratic-controlled House voted 214 to 207— …

  • 2 October

    The Rock and Dany Garcia Announce XFL Return Date

    -Editorial The XFL today announced that the league will return to the field for the 2022 season. The new ownership group and league executives are in the process of finalizing the next steps for the relaunch with more details to be shared in the coming weeks and months. The announcement …

  • 1 October

    Imperial Valley Commerce Awaits for Border To Be Open Again

    -Editorial It has been a tough eight months for border communities along the U.S.-Mexico border as border restrictions have caused a loss in sales tax revenue to cities that depend on the Mexican shoppers that come and spend their money in the United States. The United States and Mexico agreed …

  • 1 October

    INFLUENZA VACCINE APPLICATION KICKS OFF IN BAJA CALIFORNIA

    The goal is 959,255 doses in the Health Sector starting today, October 1. The drug will be available in hospitals and clinics in the health sector. MEXICALI, B.C.- In order to protect the health of citizens, the State Health Secretary, reported that as of October 1 of this year, the …

  • 1 October

    San Diego County Opening COVID-19 Testing Sites for Teachers and Students

    -Editorial Starting Oct. 1, the County of San Diego will be setting up COVID-19 testing sites for teachers and school personnel in San Diego, Chula Vista, Del Mar, and El Cajon. The sites, set up in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education, will offer testing without an …

  • 1 October

    Soles basketball team will play at home in October

    Mexicali, B. C.- A virtual press conference took place yesterday in Mexicali, which was organized by the club of the National Professional Basketball League team, Soles de Mexicali with José Carlos Cota, president of Club Soles Mexicali; Mario Flores, general manager, as well as Ivan Deniz, main coach. Mario Flores, …

September, 2020

  • 30 September

    Border Media Network Available to The Public

    -Editorial The Center for Community Media at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in New York published its first map and directory of CCM’s Border Network, 50 outlets that cover and serve communities all along the southern U.S. border with Mexico. People can sort and search the directory by …

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