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February, 2022

  • 8 February

    El Centro Saw 19.4% Increase in New Business Applications

    -Editorial The COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly hard on small businesses, which are estimated to employ nearly half of all American workers. A recent Federal Reserve Bank study noted that the pandemic caused an additional 200,000 businesses to close their doors last year, with small businesses comprising the bulk of …

  • 7 February

    Medical tourism in pandemic times; Medical tourism generated by consequences of COVID

    By: Dr. Elton Luis Gómez, a specialist in Regenerative Medicine. Reading time: 15 minutes. Houston, Montreal, Costa Rica, Marbella, Tuscany, the Swiss Alps, Munich, Bangkok, Istanbul, Dubai… and Mexicali? Tourism, in general, has received a strong blow from the pandemic around the world, but health tourism, also called medical tourism, …

  • 5 February

    Home Sales Sales Show Record Year Growth

    -Editorial The recent jump in home values over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic has given U.S. homeowners record amounts of housing wealth that are helping the economy.  Annual home price gains averaged 15% in 2021, up from 6% in 2020, according to CoreLogic. Strong pandemic-driven demand, record low supply, …

  • 5 February

    SDSU IV adds majors, more reasons to apply for fall 2022 admission

    -Editorial The reasons to attend San Diego State University Imperial Valley just keep getting better. Beginning fall 2022, a wealth of new majors, additional student services and a growing faculty are among the advantages the campus will provide. The deadline to apply for admissions to the fall semester is March …

  • 4 February

    CALIENTE CORPORATION LAUNCHES ONLINE UNIVERSITY

    -Editorial Convinced that training is the best tool for human and labor development, Corporación Caliente inaugurated in 2018 the first corporate university in the entertainment industry under the name of Caliente University. Since its inception, hundreds of collaborators of this company have benefited from the educational offer, since it offers …

  • 3 February

    IID Board Discusses Several Energy Matters

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors held their regular meeting on Feb. 1 where most of the agenda focused on energy matters and cost adjustment that was reviewed by the board. As the national market changes, the IID has to adjust to continue providing the services to its …

  • 1 February

    JOURNALISTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS WILL STRENGTHEN THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF PROTECTION

    -Editorial Fulfilling the commitment of the Government of Baja California, headed by Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, to promote protection mechanisms for journalists and human rights defenders in the State, the General Secretariat of the Government (SGG) summons these social groups to present proposals that strengthen institutional action. The head …

  • 1 February

    The Importance of the District Attorney Position in Imperial County

    -Editorial When the election of a new Imperial County District Attorney County is set and done later this year, it will mark a change in the justice system that has not been seen in nearly three decades. Current District Attorney Gilbert Otero decided to end his nearly 30 years of …

January, 2022

  • 31 January

    IID invites participation in Time-of-Use rate informational workshops

    -Editorial In February, the Imperial Irrigation District scheduled two public informational workshops to introduce potential Time-of-Use rates for its energy customers. A TOU structure could establish electricity rates according to time of day, season, and date, encouraging consumers to move their peak energy usage to a timeframe when more energy …

  • 28 January

    “LA CHINESCA” WILL BE A NATIONAL TOURIST DESTINATION: MARINA DEL PILAR

    -Editorial The Governor of the State, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, highlighted the advances in the renovation of the Historic Center of the city of Mexicali, achieved through coordination between society, the Mexicali City Council, and the State Government, as well as the support of the entrepreneurs of the area, …

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