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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.

October, 2022

  • 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 …

  • 13 October

    Journalism, Politicos, and the Citizens Agenda of Imperial Valley

    -Editorial As campaign season nears its most critical stage, candidates are either knocking on doors or doing savvy social media promotion to get their names out ahead of the November election. But aside from the rhetoric and the flashy slogans, have the candidates addressed the issues people want to hear? …

  • 13 October


    -Editorial The 4FrontED Governing Group cordially invites the megaregion community members to the 6th Mayors’ International Bike Ride, starting at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 22, 2022, beginning at the Yuma Civic Center (1440 W. Desert Hills Drive, Yuma, Arizona). The family-friendly ride is a celebration of our communities, including …

  • 12 October

    SDSU Selects Sundt to Build New Brawley STEM Facility

    -Editorial San Diego State University has selected Sundt as the general contractor to build the new Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) facility on the SDSU Imperial Valley Brawley campus. This selection comes on the heels of an $80 million investment by the State of California to develop the roughly …

  • 12 October

    Mario Vela Wants to Put His Passion for The Law into Action

    -Editorial Imperial County Senior Deputy District Attorney Mario Vela was the top vote-getter in the June primary election and is now at a full-force campaign knocking on doors, meeting voters, and focusing on winning. “I am very humbled by the public’s response to our campaign. The public knows that I …

  • 12 October

    Tijuana and San Diego Hosts U.S.-Mexico Mayors Summit

    -Editorial  The value of having sister cities working together to build goodwill and better friendships can create better communities and inspire the next generation of leaders.  San Diego and Tijuana were selected to host the U.S.-Mexico Summit in an effort for leaders from both sides of the border will meet …

  • 11 October

    IID Holds Budget Workshop

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors held the first of a series of workshops before the adoption of their annual budget at their Oct. 4th meeting. The overview of the 2023 draft budget is seven percent lower than the 2022 amended budget. For the Energy Department, fuel and …

  • 10 October


    -Editorial The Imperial County Public Health Department announced that it will be offering flu shots to individuals six months and older at the local Public Health Department located at 935 Broadway Avenue, El Centro starting October 10th. This year, the Imperial County Public Health Department will receive approximately 7,700 doses …

  • 10 October

    ICOE Foundation for Education Celebrates Students, the Arts, and Education

    -Editorial The unannounced dust storm and rain that fell upon the Imperial Valley on Oct. 6 did not stop members of the community to gather and have a good time, and also supporting students to get scholarships as they pursue higher education.   The Foundation for Education, an auxiliary organization …