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June, 2023

  • 12 June

    COVID Relief Funds Misspent During Health Crisis

    -Editorial Years after the COVID health crisis, some of the federal money allocated for emergency use has been wrongly used for fraudulent purposes. For this reason, the federal government has initiated action to take misspent money back and punish those that did it. According to an investigation by the Associated …

  • 9 June

    Baja California Governor Honors Decades of Dedication and Celebrates Freedom of Expression Day

    -Editorial In a momentous celebration of Freedom of Expression Day, Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda took the opportunity to recognize the tireless efforts of the media professionals who dedicate themselves to their craft daily, as well as honoring the remarkable careers of those who have been part of the …

  • 5 June

    IID Board of Directors Approved Water Supply Agreement with Mineral Company

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors approved an agreement with a company that wants to expand in Imperial Valley at the May 2nd meeting.  EnergySource Minerals, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, including its wholly owned subsidiary ESM ATLIS LLC, proposes to construct and operate a commercial minerals …

  • 3 June

    The U.S. Senate gives final approval to debt ceiling deal

    -Editorial  The U.S. Senate gave final approval late Thursday to a debt ceiling and budget cuts package thanks to a bipartisan deal and sent it to President Joe Biden’s desk to become law.  Approval in the Senate on a bipartisan vote, 63-36, somewhat reflected the agreement between both parties to …

  • 1 June

    New River Improvement Project marks milestone with groundbreaking ceremony in Calexico

    -Editorial A project to improve water quality in the New River as it crosses into California from Mexico broke ground in Calexico. This milestone reflects years of collaborative advocacy and nearly $48 million in investments from the state of California. Trash and waste from municipal, agricultural, and industrial sources cause …

May, 2023