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REGIONAL

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.

October, 2022

  • 21 October

    Imperial Valley College has renewed its seven-year-old agreement with the University of Arizona-Yuma campus

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College has renewed its seven-year-old articulation agreement with the University of Arizona-Yuma campus that allows college students transfer options to earn a bachelor’s degree and still remain relatively close to home. The university is offering regional educational pathways in Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Mathematics (STEAM) focused …

  • 21 October

    Imperial County and ICOE Celebrate Completion of Urban Greening Project

    -Editorial On Monday, October 17, the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (APCD) and Imperial County Office of Education (ICOE) held a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the ICOE West Urban Greening Project located at the ICOE Administrative Conference Center. “I’m very proud of the work that …

  • 20 October

    Urban art and copyright

    By: Jaime Israel Davila Gomez, Attorney. Urban art or street art, which exists and is created in the streets and in public view, responds to very particular social and cultural dynamics. Many times there is the perception that this type of work is in the public domain and its creators …

  • 19 October

    Community Gathers to Plant More Trees in Mexicali

    -Editorial It was a perfect morning as residents got up very early and drive to the office of Davila y Asociados and their trees and make their contribution to help improve the environment.  Jaime Davila Galvan has been nicknamed “El Señor De Los Arbolitos” (The Gentleman of the Trees) because …

  • 18 October

    Health Expo Promoted to Help CAVIM Mexicali with Domestic Violence Programs

    -Editorial While society is overcoming the COVID lockdowns, people still need to be empowered with mental wellness to overcome obstacles and have a better life.  Expo-Salud is an event where different instructors specialized in ancestral disciplines of internal energy management, and teach the general public how to learn to use …

  • 17 October

    Stem Cells and Joints, Regenerative Medicine in Orthopedics

    By: Dr. Elton Gomez, Specialist in Regenerative Medicine Stem cells, used properly, are becoming the new benchmark for the treatment of affected joints in orthopedics. Mesenchymal stem cells can become cartilage cells, and they also can promote the growth and restructuring of cartilage and other joint structures involved in the …

  • 17 October

    World Health Summit Calls for Unity to Address Global Health Challenges

    -Editorial The World Health Summit 2022, the world’s leading meeting for global health, began with great success. For the first time, it is co-hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO).  Among the central topics are climate change and health, pandemic preparedness, sustainable health systems, and the role of the G7 …

  • 16 October

    PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS FIND ANOTHER MOSQUITO POOL POSITIVE FOR ST. LOUIS ENCEPHALITIS

    -Editorial The Imperial County Public Health Department announced this week that a mosquito pool has tested positive for Saint Louis Encephalitis (SLE). The mosquito pool was collected on 2nd Street, in the Bombay Beach area on Monday, October 10th. The mosquito pool which contained tarsal mosquitos is the first positive …

  • 15 October

    “Ni Una Más” Creates Domestic Violence Awareness in The Region

    -Editorial The Imperial Valley community gathered on October 1st to see the much-anticipated film by Roy Dorantes that addressed the topic of domestic violence.  A film made with no budget but with a passionate cast and crew, Dorantes was able to produce a compelling story about domestic violence with local …

  • 15 October

    Trump Called to Testify Before Jan. 6 Committee

    -Editorial The Jan. 6 select committee voted unanimously Thursday to subpoena Donald Trump, a remarkable bid to tie up one of its last remaining threads of what occurred that day.  The subpoena vote came as the select committee released new details as part of its likely final televised effort to …

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