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March, 2024

  • 5 March

    IVC Introduces New Desert Warriors Mascot Designs, Calls for Community Input

    -Editorial In a display of creativity and community spirit, Imperial Valley College announced the launch of a survey featuring three inventive concept designs of the college’s Desert Warriors mascot. This marks a step forward in creating a visual identity that embodies the spirit and values of the institution through a …

  • 5 March

    California Assemblyman’s Son, Julian Izel Garcia, Faces Grave Charges: Unraveling a Complex Legal Battle

    -Editorial Julian Izel Garcia, a 20-year-old resident, the son of Democratic Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, found himself on the wrong side of the law as he was arrested on February 22, facing a slew of charges, according to jail records. The Coachella Police Department apprehended Garcia at 12:23 a.m. on Da …

  • 5 March

    March 5 Primary Election Sets Stage for Local Political Shifts and National Previews

    -Editorial The March 5 Primary Election is underway, bringing pivotal races that will mold the local political scene. This election is vital in determining candidates for key positions, such as the State Assembly, Imperial County Superior Court, Imperial County Supervisor, and the Imperial Irrigation District. This election will not only …

  • 5 March

    Coachella Reigns Supreme as the Most Instagrammable Festival in the US

    -Editorial In a recent study by NoDeposit365.com, Coachella has been crowned the most Instagrammable festival in the United States, with a staggering 5.4 million posts featuring the iconic #Coachella hashtag. This accolade places Coachella ahead of other renowned festivals, solidifying its status as a cultural phenomenon. The study analyzed Instagram …

  • 4 March

    CETYS Tijuana Inaugurates Most Avant-garde Hybrid Educational Building in the Northwest

    -Editorial CETYS University marks a new chapter in its history with the inauguration of a new Center of Excellence in Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship (CECE) and the Student Life Center on Campus Tijuana. This avant-garde building in northwest Mexico stands as a bridge to the future, facing the challenges and taking …

  • 2 March

    Mexicali Gears Up for International Padel Tournament

    -Editorial The sport of Padel continues to grow in Mexicali, Baja California, as the city prepares to host the “INTERNATIONAL PADEL EXPERIENCE By Madison” tournament. This exciting event, in collaboration with ADIDAS, will allow players to compete in various categories and win amazing prizes. Taking place from March 14 to …

February, 2024

  • 29 February

    Capital Investment and Incentive Program Extension Spurs Economic Hopes in California

    -Editorial Imperial County Board of Supervisors unanimously threw their support behind an important legislation, as they endorsed Assembly Bill 2922. The proposed legislation focuses on Economic Development through the Capital Investment Incentive Program.  Initially enacted in 1997 and later extended in 2018, the program set its sights on attracting substantial …

  • 29 February

    Bitcoin surged past $57,000, reaching its highest level since December 2021

    -Editorial The Bitcoin price exceeded $60,000 during early U.S. trading hours on Feb. 28, marking its first time above that level since November 2021. This week’s rally seems driven by substantial inflows into U.S.-based spot ETFs, with the new funds adding over 12,000 bitcoins on Tuesday, following an addition of …

  • 28 February

    Insecurity and Nearshoring in Mexico during 2024

    By Dr. Alejandro Díaz Bautista, International Economist and Research Professor in International Economics at El Colef. Visiting Fellow UCSD’s Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies (USMEX) at the School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS). There are diverse benefits that Nearshoring can bring to Mexico in the coming years, from creating new …

  • 27 February

    Soroptimist El Centro Organizes International Women’s Day Photo Shoot for March Unveiling at Pioneers Memorial Museum

    -Editorial On the evening of February 24, women and girls of all ages and backgrounds gathered at the steps of the Imperial County Courthouse in a momentous occasion to celebrate women’s achievements and empowerment. Organized by Soroptimist International of El Centro, a historic group picture captured the strength and resilience …

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