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Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

July, 2022

  • 19 July

    IID awards water safety summer activities grants

    -Editorial To help keep youth busy, cool and safe this summer, the Imperial Irrigation District is providing grant funds to cities and communities in the Imperial Valley in support of keeping pools open and/or providing other safe water activities. Grants ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 each were awarded during the …

  • 19 July

    TSA Adds Gender Inclusive Option to PreCheck Application

    -Editorial The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced the implementation of a new gender option for the TSA PreCheck application process. The TSA PreCheck program application has been updated to include an additional gender marker option to better serve non-binary and gender non-conforming Americans. This action will ensure the TSA PreCheck …

  • 15 July

    Binational Meeting Spotlights Medical-Educational Alliances

    -Editorial Leaders from both sides of the border gathered at Punta Este Mexicali to host a binational July 14 meeting to discuss border infrastructure, economic development, and education.  The Imperial-Mexicali Binational Alliance (IMBA) is a forum where public and private economic development organizations on both sides of the border separating …

  • 13 July

    The Association of Private Schools in Mexicali Elects a New President

    -Editorial Private schools are known for the high standards they set and engage students and spark the desire to learn.  Teachers expect excellence from students, and students tend to live up to those expectations. The high expectations and academic rigor help account for above-average levels of student success, including higher …

  • 13 July

    States with the Most At-Risk Youth in 2022

    -Editorial With 12.6% of young Americans neither working nor in school, exposing them to greater risk of poverty and violence, the personal-finance website WalletHub recently released its report on 2022’s States with the Most At-Risk Youth, as well as accompanying videos and expert commentary. To determine where young Americans are …

  • 11 July


    -Editorial The Three Seas project, which was recently presented to legislators of the State Congress, is a Climate Management and Mitigation Strategy for the Colorado River Basin The Three Seas project contemplates the Salton Sea lagoons, in California, Laguna Salada, and the Gulf of California, for which a Blue Economy …

  • 11 July


    -Editorial Soles de Mexicali presented to the local media and the fans through a broadcast on social networks what will be their participation in the 2022 season of the Sisnova LNBP League. At a press conference led by its general manager, Mario Flores Montaño, the details of the calendar were …

  • 11 July

    Travelers Will Help Boost the Tourism Economy to Pre Pandemic Levels

    -Editorial After almost two years of staying at home and not being able to travel or go out like before, people are now having an urge to travel like never before. The internet has baptized that urge as “Revenge Travel”. Revenge travel means catching up on your missed travel experiences …

  • 8 July

    Calexico Welcomes State Funding for New River Projects

    -Editorial The battle to restore the New River continues and never stops. Recent funding allocation called for a big celebration for the community that will improve the infrastructure and recreation around the New River in Calexico which will have been a problem for decades.  “Today is a great milestone in …

  • 7 July

    Esperanza Colio Becomes the New City Manager of Calexico

    -Editorial Esperanza Colio raised her right hand to take her oath of office from City Clerk Gabby Garcia, as she finished her oath, the people at the city council chambers gave her a standing ovation cheering her arrival in Calexico.  It was a special meeting for the Calexico City Council …