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June, 2022

  • 8 June

    Very Low Turnout Drives Election Results in Imperial County

    -Editorial The campaign is over and the votes have been casted in the primary election of 2022. Only four percent of the voters participated according to information provided by the election department at 11 p.m. on June 7. The Imperial County Registrar of Voters posted its first election result numbers …

  • 6 June

    Calexico City Council to Offer Esperanza Colio the City Manager Position

    -Editorial By unanimous vote, the Calexico City Council voted to offer Imperial County Deputy CEO Esperanza Colio-Warren the position of city manager of the border city.  Colio was one of the applicants to fill the vacant city manager position after Miguel Figueroa decided to leave for Imperial County last month. …

  • 6 June

    Mistakes by County Election Office Might Affect June Primary Outcome

    -Editorial Two very concerning mistakes by the Imperial County Elections Department in less than two weeks could possibly affect the outcome of the several primary races on June 7. Imperial County has historically been a place for low voter turnout and recent corrections by the election department mere days before …

  • 3 June

    Imperial County Seeks Funding for Calexico Transportation Center

    -Editorial Linda Arriaga is none of the many Imperial Valley College students that take the bus every morning from Calexico. She is one of the thirty students that each morning waiting for the bus at a little bus station located on the corner of Third Street and Paulin that, aside …

May, 2022

  • 31 May

    Gas Prices Could Go Even Higher

    -Editorial A San Francisco Bay Area gas station is charging nearly $8 a gallon for supreme-grade gasoline as California’s average price tops $6. People have been frustrated with the rise of gas these last few months. President Joe Biden announced a series of actions to stop the rise in gas …

  • 28 May

    Republicans Want to Stop Domestic Terrorism Act

    -Editorial Washington Republicans are in an intense battle against Democrats as the debate passes the Domestic Terrorism Act. The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act is a proposed law that would create domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Federal Bureau of …

  • 24 May

    Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board Approves Abatement Order on Red Hill Bay, Imperial County APCD & IID to Enter into Joint Settlement Agreement

    -Editorial On May 2, the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board unanimously approved the stipulated order for abatement for the Red Hill Bay (RHB) site near the Salton Sea addressing dust control measures on-playa exposed at the Red Hill Bay site due to the shrinking Salton Sea. Following …

  • 21 May

    In pursuit of power

    By: Ellie Burgueno. We are just a few weeks away from election day, and as we get closer, we start to think about what kind of changes our favorite candidates could make if elected, but we also think about what truly changes our candidates will make to our environment. A …

  • 21 May

    Brawley Mayor Highlights City’s Achievements During State of City

    -Editorial Sam Couchman has been a respected citizen of Brawley and has served the city with honor. As Mayor, he stood proudly before a packed room to give his final State of the City Address as he announced he will not seek re-election. In an event co-produced by the City …

  • 19 May

    California Budget Proposes Millions for Lithium Development and Education in Imperial County

    -Editorial Imperial County and San Diego State University hit the jackpot with the May revision of the California State budget where there is a significant investment for lithium development and the expansion of the Brawley campus.  Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled California’s $300.6 billion budget proposal for the Fiscal Year 2022-2023. …

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