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August, 2022

  • 1 August

    Flights to Las Vegas From Imperial County May Come to a Halt

    -Editorial  The recent announcement that flights from the Imperial County Airport to Las Vegas, Nevada were going to be available to the public was received with excitement and fanfare, however, the celebration has been apparently cut short as unforeseen circumstances will stop this for the time being. The Imperial County …

July, 2022

  • 29 July

    Inflation in the United States and Mexico gets out of control and has an economic impact in 2022

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist and Researcher (PhD). Inflation on the US-Mexico border has an economic impact on families on both sides of the border. Inflation in Tijuana sets a new record, reaching 9.33% annually in the first half of July. Annual inflation in San Diego during May 2022 was …

  • 28 July

    Mexico Republicano Ought to Be a Binational Political Party

    -Editorial Mexico is known to have plenty of political parties to choose from but there is a new group that wants to have a voice in legislative affairs and not classify themselves as right or left. The leaders of Mexico Republicano (MR), expressed the purpose of becoming the first binational …

  • 27 July

    Agenda 2030: corporations and human rights

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, law professor, social activist, and philanthropist. On September 25 of 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, they called for an action plan in favor of people, the planet and prosperity, which also intends to strengthen universal peace and …

  • 26 July

    45% of Small Biz Employers Stop Hiring & 4% Plan Layoffs

    -Editorial For more than a year, small business employers have struggled to fill open positions. And while 51% are still trying to find workers for those posts, there’s been a significant shift in the labor situation this summer. Now, 45% say they’ve put any hiring on hold, largely because of …

  • 22 July

    Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup and the geopolitics

    By: Mario Beltrán Mainero, Consul for Community and Political Affairs at the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico 2022 has been a turbulent year on the international stage. Russia’s aggression towards Ukraine shocked the entire world, as large territorial invasions of countries were thought to be a thing of the past. …

  • 21 July


    -Editorial  Mayor Todd Gloria will kick off this year’s Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center. This is the first time the convention has taken place in-person since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning with a few hundred fans in 1970, Comic-Con has become a celebrated San Diego …

  • 21 July

    IID Wants Mineral Right Holders Have a Voice on Upcoming Lithium Tax

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors wants to tie all the loose ends in regards to the lithium tax that will come in from the extraction. IID Board President James Hanks requested this item to be placed on the agenda. California Governor Gavin Newsom a bill that creates …

  • 20 July

    Hotel Coral y Marina’s Connection with the Regional Wine

    -Editorial Hotel Coral & Marina is a hotel located in the city of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. A charming city noted for its cultural events, award-winning cuisine, world-renowned wines, off-road racing, fishing, surfing, and craft beer. We have 147 suites, each and every one of which has a spectacular ocean …

  • 20 July

    How Would Imperial Valley Respond to a Mass Victimization Incident?

    -Editorial Salvador Rolando Ramos, 18, killed nineteen students and two teachers and wounded seventeen other people, at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Earlier in the day, he shot his grandmother in the forehead at home, severely wounding her. Outside the school, he fired shots for approximately five minutes, before …