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September, 2020

  • 15 September

    Cattle Call Rodeo to be held this year without spectators due to pandemic

    -Editorial Brawley, CA.– This year’s Cattle Call Rodeo will take place at Cattle Call Arena Nov. 14 and 15, but it will be held without attendees, a decision reached by the Rodeo Committee recently and supported by the City of Brawley and Imperial County. The Rodeo Committee is working on …

  • 14 September

    Travel Industry Inspires Americans to Plan a Future Trip

    WASHINGTON, D.C.- As states and cities move to reopen, the American travel industry has launched a major campaign with a clear message for Americans: It’s OK to start planning your next trip—whenever it may be. The “Let’s Go There” campaign, which will extend into 2021, is the result of an …

  • 11 September

    Governor Newsom Issues Proclamation Declaring Patriot Day

    SACRAMENTO. – Governor Gavin Newsom today issued a proclamation declaring September 11, 2020, as Patriot Day in the State of California. The text of the proclamation is below: PROCLAMATION Nineteen years ago today, our nation watched in horror as Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners and directed them towards major …

  • 7 September


    – Together they will develop strategies to strengthen production houses regarding their production processes, training, education, and expansion of capacities. Ensenada, B. C.- With the objective of carrying out a joint work that strengthens the wine industry of Baja California, through the realization of academic-cultural activities; carrying out research, development, …

  • 7 September

    Molina Wasupwu Hosts First Candidates 2020 Forum

    -Editorial This year’s elections cycle is different from others but the voice of all the candidates still needs to be heard.  The former president of Chile, Michelle Bachelete, once said, “For me, a better democracy is a democracy where women do not only have the right to vote and to elect …

  • 5 September

    Second Stimulus Package Still in The Limbo

    -Editorial Legislators are going back to work next week in Washington and people are still waiting for a second stimulus package that can help them during this pandemic. The Trump administration and Congress have agreed to pass a bill to avoid a government shutdown without tying funding to separate measures …

  • 5 September

    Mulan was launched yesterday on Disney Plus

    -Editorial The long-awaited Mulan movie is now a Disney + for those that want to see the live-action version. Plans for a live-action remake began in 2010, but the project stalled in development. In March 2015, a new attempt was announced and Niki Caro was hired to direct in February …

  • 4 September

    San Diego Fire-Rescue Battalion Chief Receives Prestigious Award for Service

    -Editorial In recognition of his work to support fellow employees with peer support programs and emotional health resources, San Diego Fire-Rescue Department (SDFD) Battalion Chief David Picone is being recognized with a prestigious honor from the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC). On Sept. 1, 2020, Chief Picone was notified …

  • 4 September

    Calexico City Council Approves Purchase of System That Will Be Installed In the Eastside Water Reservoir

    -Editorial Addressing the concerns by many residents of the water quality in Calexico, the Calexico City Council took action at their Sept. 2nd meeting to purchase a system that will help improve their standards. The council approved the purchase of a PAX TRS Aeration System for the Eastside Water Reservoir …

  • 3 September

    World Mental Health Day: An opportunity to kick-start a massive scale-up investment in mental health

    -Editorial Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health. Close to 1 billion people are living with a mental disorder, 3 million people die every year from the harmful use of alcohol and one person dies every 40 seconds by suicide. And now, billions of people …