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October, 2020

  • 13 October

    Imperial County Finds Mistake That Affects a Local Race

    -Editorial The Imperial County Registrar of Voters office identified that an error was made in the ballots for part of a precinct located in the city of Brawley.  It has been determined that the error has affected 623 ballots in the Imperial Community College District (ICCD) Area 4 race. The …

  • 12 October

    Calexico City Council Opens Job Position to Clean Up Downtown

    -Editorial The Calexico City Council approved creating a position that will be in charge of cleaning downtown on a regular basis at their Oct. 7 meeting. By taking this action, the council is addressing one of the most important demands residents have been asking for years. People on social media …

  • 10 October

    Tijuana Mayor takes time out of office

    Tijuana, B. C.- The municipal president of Tijuana Arturo González Cruz, in the presence of the media, announced that he will take time out from office next Wednesday, October 14, before the council to participate in the electoral elections for governor’s office next year. “It has become clear, very clear …

  • 8 October

    IID Considers Funding Request by Imperial County Farm Bureau

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors discussed the Farm Bureau Total Maximum Daily Load Program funding request at their Oct. 6 meeting.  The IID Board discussed as an informational item about the possible continuation of a partnership with the Imperial County Farm Bureau that has been in place …

  • 7 October

    The Mayor of Mexicali had her First State of the City Address

    By: Melissa Dorame, Reporter Mexicali, B. C.- The Mayor of Mexicali, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmedo, had her First State of the City Address before the City Council, highlighting the achievements in 5 main areas: Safety in Mexicali; Challenges in the Contingency; Development of Mexicali does not stop; and Good …

  • 7 October

    Board of Supervisors Approve 2019 Agricultural Report

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors accepted the annual Livestock Crop and Agricultural Report at their Oct. 6 meeting and discussed the current state of the local agricultural industry. The agricultural industry is the driving force of the county and has an impact on the local economy and this …

  • 6 October

    Trump halts stimulus package talks until after Nov. 3 election

    -Editorial President Donald Trump will not be supporting the stimulus package that was approved by Congress last week. The House passed a $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package last week, adding additional pressure on Republicans and the White House to make a deal on new pandemic legislation before Congress is expected …

  • 5 October

    Calexico Businesses Take Advantage of COVID-19 Loan Program

    -Editorial A group of businesses in Calexico wasted no time to apply for a loan program that was created to help them survive the economic impacts the pandemic has caused to them and their livelihoods. In an effort to support local businesses get back on their feet, the Calexico City …

  • 4 October

    Imperial Valley Women Ready to Leave Their Mark in Politics

    -Editorial The 2020 election in Imperial Valley has the biggest number of women running for office in recent memory. That is good news for the Imperial Valley as a group of 34 qualified women is seeking to make a change in their community. It was 100 years ago that the …

  • 3 October

    New Generation of Candidates Make Their Presence Felt in The Imperial

    -Editorial It is a different kind of election in Imperial Valley as many candidates want to put their ideas before the community. It’s a campaign of technology, virtual interviews, and at times, dirty politics. In a year that has been dominated by the pandemic, the Imperial Valley is seeing an …