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May, 2023

  • 8 May

    Baja California Director of Binational Affairs Receives Distinction from the California State Assembly

    -Editorial The director of Binational Affairs of the Ministry of Economy and Innovation (SEI), David Pérez Tejada Padilla, received on Monday, May 1, at the Capitol in Sacramento, California, the recognition granted by the Latino Legislative Commission of the California Congress to outstanding Latinos, in the public service category, reported …

  • 8 May

    Regional Agreement to Boost Supply in Baja California Was Signed

    -Editorial The Canacintra Northwest Block signed an agreement with the government of Baja California called the “BC Supply Chain Memorandum of Understanding”, which seeks to boost regional supply. Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda; Kurt Honold Morales, Secretary of Economy and Innovation of the state; as well as the presidents …

  • 1 May

    California Governor Doesn’t Care About Imperial County

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter. Finally, Gavin Newsom, the handsome governor of California, decided to visit the Imperial Valley on March 20  to discuss the future of lithium and the opportunities that lie ahead. Sadly, it only took him five years to visit the Imperial Valley for the first time and …

  • 1 May

    IID and SDSU Celebrate Arbor Day

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District (IID) donated two trees to San Diego State University as part of the Arbor Day celebration, an annual observance dedicated to encouraging the planting of trees. Imperial County and the City of Calexico officials joined SDSU Imperial Valley leaders, including representatives from the university’s Associated …

  • 1 May

    Baja California Congress Approves Strengthening Security In Establishments Dedicated To The Sale Of Alcohol

    -Editorial In an Extraordinary Session of the Plenary Session of Congress, the Governance, Legislation and Constitutional Points Commission, chaired by Juan Manuel Molina García, presented opinion number 61, regarding the initiative to reform various provisions of the Law for the Sale of Storage and Public Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages of …

April, 2023

  • 28 April

    Imperial County Supervisors Hear Presentation About Drug Abuse in Imperial Valley

    -Editorial As a border community, exposure to fentanyl and other dangerous drugs is a hand but there is always help available.  Imperial County Board of Supervisors analyzed a presentation regarding the state opioid abuse locally that had been on the rise for the last few years during their April 25 …

  • 27 April

    Imperial County District Attorney Recognizes Crime Victim Families

    -Editorial On April 24, 2023, the District Attorney’s Office hosted a luncheon for National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Members of community-based organizations and law enforcement agencies were present to show their support to crime victims and their families. During the luncheon District Attorney George Marquez, Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey Brooker, and …

  • 27 April

    Supreme Court allows abortion pill to stay on the market for now

    -Editorial The Supreme Court on Friday preserved women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion, rejecting lower-court restrictions while a lawsuit continues. The court’s decision means women can still obtain mifepristone by mail, take it at home and use it up to 10 weeks into …

  • 21 April

    Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia Gives Voice to District Environmental Priorities in California-Mexico Climate Change Summit

    -Editorial Ahead of Earth Day, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) gives voice to district environmental justice and climate equity priorities while representing the state at the California-Mexico 2030 Summit, Turning Climate Challenges into Opportunities, in Mexico City, Mexico. This binational summit, organized by the University of California Alianza MX, provided an …

  • 21 April

    Imperial County Approves Funding for Community Engagement Efforts To Five Local Organizations

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved an agreement for services with five organizations for services to conduct community engagements and outreach efforts on the Salton Sea Renewable Resource Specific Plan. Despite being approved unanimously, many questioned how the selection process was made and why other organizations were left …