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December, 2020

  • 10 December

    The Canalization Cleaning of the Tijuana River Continues

    -Editorial The State Government will maintain the effort of cleaning the Tijuana River canalization because it is part of a comprehensive project which includes the care of people living on the streets for many years, without having support from the authorities. The Secretary for Water Management, Sanitation, and Protection, Salomón …

  • 9 December

    Imperial County Board of Supervisors Certifies Final Election Results

    -Editorial And so, the election 2020 is now officially over as the County Supervisors voted to certify the election results at their Dec. 8 meeting. An election that was marked by the largest number of women, millennials, and Generation Z candidates being elected to public office concluded and now it’s …

  • 8 December

    Trump Prioritizes COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution to American Citizens

    -Editorial   President Donald Trump held a summit regarding the COVID-19 vaccine as he signed an executive order that will prioritize the vaccine distribution in this country. The order will prioritize Americans’ access to COVID-19 vaccines before the United States helps other countries. “No medical breakthrough of this scope and …

  • 8 December

    Tim Blankenship Leaves a Legacy of Service and Leadership

    -Editorial One of Imperial Valley’s most beloved and admired leaders passed away recently leaving a void to the people they knew him the most. Services for Tim Blankenship this January will indeed be a celebration of a life well-lived. Separate events will be held in San Diego and El Centro …

  • 8 December

    The Weasel’s Tale Brings an Amazing Cast Together

    -Editorial Oscar Winner Juan Jose Campanella’s “The Weasel’s Tale,” will have its premiere on Dec. 11 but people will be able to part of a question and answer session with the director.  People are invited to be part in a free live stream bilingual question and answer on Sunday, December …

  • 6 December

    Additional COVID-19 Testing Locations Announced Imperial County

    -Editorial The Imperial County Public Health Department is announcing additional COVID-19 testing locations beginning this week. The goal of these additional testing resources is to increase the County’s COVID-19 testing capacity and to provide community members with convenient and flexible access to testing. On December 9, 10, 11, and 14 …

  • 6 December

    JB Hamby and Javier Gonzalez Take Oath of Office as IID Directors

    -Editorial At high noon of Friday, December 5th, in front of the Imperial County Court House JB Hamby and Javier Gonzalez raised their right hand as Judge Christopher Plourd gave them the oath of office to become the new Imperial Irrigation District Directors. The new directors will bring a new …

  • 6 December

    Imperial County Announces Regional Stay-At-Home Order Linked to Intensive Care Unit Capacity

    -Editorial California State Officials have announced that the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) bed capacity in Southern California Region counties, including Imperial County, has now dropped below 15%. This means that the Regional Stay at Home Order must be implemented for counties in the region.  The Regional Stay at Home orders …

  • 4 December

    Imperial County Awaits Impacts of Newsom’s New Regional Order

    -Editorial California Gov. Gavin Newsom introduced a new regional stay-at-home order on Thursday, days after he said that most of the state’s intensive care beds could be over capacity within weeks amid a surge in coronavirus cases. The measure forces a three-week closure of all bars, wineries, hair salons, and …

  • 4 December

    Importance of statutory audit

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and law professor. Nowadays, constant learning is a necessity in any specific area of ​​knowledge, and also in an interdisciplinary way between two or more other branches of knowledge, corporations need to form the bases to know about the statutory audit, which consists of …