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November, 2023

  • 19 November

    California Health Coverage to Face Challenges Next Year

    -Editorial California will face a big change in medical coverage beginning next year that will impact a lot of seniors and low-income residents so there needs to be more outreach and support.  With the expansion of Medi-Cal to include all undocumented immigrants as of Jan. 1st, 2024, and new services …

  • 16 November

    CBP to resume limited operations at San Ysidro Port of Entry West Pedestrian Crossing facility

    -Editorial U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials announced the reopening of the Western Pedestrian Crossing Facility (PEDWEST) at the San Ysidro Port of Entry beginning Thursday, December 16. November 2023, with limited hours of operation from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. CBP regularly plans and executes …

  • 16 November

    Passion Murder Suspected in Tragic Death of Mexico’s First Openly Non-Binary Judiciary Member

    -Editorial The death of Mexico’s first openly non-binary member of the judiciary appears to have been murder. Aguascalientes prosecutor Jesús Figueroa said Baena had been found with 20 wounds on their body, including one on their neck that was probably the cause of death. Baena and their partner, Dorian Daniel …

  • 15 November

    IID Board acts to expand financial assistance to more customers

    -Editorial During its meeting on Tuesday, September 19, the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors acted to significantly expand financial assistance to more customers through IID’s Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP) . EL CENTRO – During its meeting on Tuesday, September 19, the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors acted …

  • 15 November

    Marina Del Pilar Presents Baja California’s 2nd State of the State Address

    -Editorial Following a productive two-day working tour in Baja California, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared Governor Marina Del Pilar Avila Olmeda as a remarkable asset to the state. Highlighting her as an honest, intelligent, and hardworking leader, he revealed ten commitments aimed at enhancing families’ quality of life …

  • 14 November

    Alfredo Vega Re-elected as Coordinator of Madrugadores de Mexicali Group

    -Editorial The Grupo Madrugadores de Mexicali re-elected Lic. Alfredo Vega Valencia as coordinator for the upcoming term, recognizing his outstanding leadership during the previous year. The decision was made at an event held in the executive hall of the Casino de Mexicali, where the selection process took place, with José …

  • 12 November

    “The One for Five Thousand” Triumphs at La Chinesca, Elevating Mexicali’s Cultural Tapestry

    -Editorial In a resounding success, the Government of Baja California, in collaboration with the association ‘Yo Por Mi Centro’ and the XXIV City Council of Mexicali, orchestrated ‘La Uno para Cinco Mil,’ a grand cultural extravaganza that celebrated Mexicali’s rich identity and delighted thousands of residents with a feast of …

  • 12 November

    Imperial County D.A.’s Office Launches Initiative to Prevent Mass Victimization Incidents

    -Editorial In light of the recent mass casualty event in Maine and the ongoing spree of mass shootings across the nation, the District Attorney’s Office is adopting a new initiative county-wide in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies to identify and intervene in situations where people report individuals who exhibit …

  • 11 November

    Behind Workplace Misogyny and Its Economic Impact on Women

    -Editorial In the pulsating heart of our economic landscape, misogyny lurks insidiously, extending far beyond the confines of street harassment and manifesting as a silent yet powerful force within the very structures that shape our financial destiny. While the term is commonly tethered to feminist analysis, it seldom surfaces in …

  • 10 November

    Economic Growth, Development Projects, and Community Enhancements Lead the Way: Mayor Martha Singh

    -Editorial El Centro emerged as a city with significant achievements over the past year, taking the lead in economic development and recreational activities in the county. The annual State of the City, led by Mayor Martha Singh, unfolded on November 9 at the El Centro Public Library. The city’s growth …

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