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November, 2020

  • 5 November

    Imperial County Takes Care of the Vulnerable During The Pandemic

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors will submit an application for the California Department of Housing and Community Development emergency solutions grant program for Coronavirus aid and relief efforts.  The Board of Supervisors took action to allow the Department of Social Services to seek state funding and continue their …

  • 4 November

    BAJA CALIFORNIA STATE TOURISM COUNCIL CELEBRATES “SAFE TRAVELS” RECOGNITION

    The head of the Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism headed the second session of the Baja California Tourist Advisory Council. PLAYAS DE ROSARITO, B.C.- The tourism sector has contributed strongly to the economy of Baja California, and that is why it is constantly working on its responsible reactivation, said …

  • 4 November

    Imperial County Voters Choose New Leadership

    -Editorial Election Day in Imperial County has come and gone and voters have sent a group of new people to lead them for the next four years. Unofficial final results published by the election department at 1 a.m on Nov. 4 showed that voters want new leadership as several incumbents …

  • 4 November

    Voters Can See If Their Ballot Has Been Received and Counted Through a Tracking System

    -Editorial The nation saw a large voter turnout this week as people voted early or made long lines. For many, they dropped their ballot in person or mailed it and they need to know if their votes have been counted. There is a system that allows voters to track their …

  • 4 November

    The Popular Vote Does Not Elect the President of the United States

    -Editorial Joe Biden is winning the popular vote but that doesn’t mean he will win the presidency. Both candidates need 270 electoral votes to be elected President. The Electoral College is the only way someone can become President of the United States. In 2000, Al Gore won the popular vote …

  • 3 November

    Imperial County Ensures A Safe, Fair and Accurate Election

    -Editorial County leaders and elections officials are administering a safe, fair, and accurate election.  In an unprecedented election year, local elections officials assure all voters that, though a final count may take longer than previous elections years, all votes will be counted. Chairman of the Board and District 2 Supervisor, …

  • 2 November

    Local Partner Agencies Provides Update On Status of Alternate Care Site

    -Editorial Imperial County officials are aware that preparation efforts are taking place at Imperial Valley College in case that the Alternate Care Site (ACS) needs to reopen in the near future. The ACS has been kept in a “warm” status since August of this year meaning that a limited amount …

  • 1 November

    Day of the Dead won’t be the same during COVID-19

    -Editorial As Day of the Dead approaches, many organizations on both sides of the border are stepping into providing an alternative way to celebrate in the midst of the COVID-19 health crisis a holiday when relatives and friends would normally gather in close quarters. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Halloween still …

October, 2020

  • 29 October

    Halloween Movies to Watch for a Scary Evening

    -Editorial It’s Halloween season and it’s a good excuse to watch those scary movies again now that Trick or Treating will not be possible. There are many great Halloween movies and nothing beats the originals. Those movies made history and started a cinematic cult following that continues until this day. …

  • 29 October

    ECRMC announces collaboration with UC San Diego for clinical trial related to COVID-19

    -Editorial UC San Diego researchers are collaborating with El Centro Regional Medical Center in Imperial Valley, which has been hard-hit by the pandemic, to create a subsite of the trial. UC San Diego Health will be part of a second, massive clinical trial to assess the safety, efficiency and immunogenicity …

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