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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.

November, 2022

  • 15 November

    CETis No. 75 “Leona Vicario” Celebrates 41 Years of Quality Education

    -Editorial Celebrating more than four decades as one of the most important educational institutions in Mexicali and its history, CETis 75 is a source of pride since people have graduated that are making a difference in the city. Last Tuesday, November 8 of this year, the XLI Anniversary Ceremony of …

  • 15 November

    Love on the Border: Kayla and Vidal

    -Editorial For California’s ‘Stop the Hate’ Initiative The story of Kayla Kirby and Vidal Ramirez is one of love and friendship. It’s a love tail that bridges the chasm between people who come from different cultures, speak different languages, come from different nations, and stand as testimony to racial and …

  • 14 November

    Mexicans March Against Initiative to Overhaul Electoral System

    -Editorial Tens of thousands took to the streets in Mexico on Nov. 13 to protest President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s plan to overhaul the country’s electoral commission in what they fear would centralize power in the hands of the government. Every state in Mexico held a rally to protect the …

  • 12 November

    Updated Election Results Show No Change

    -Editorial With thousands of unprocessed ballots yet to be counted as of Nov. 11, the results of Election Day have not changed but there are still races too close to call as the election department still has one month to publish the final results. The Imperial County Registrar of Voters …

  • 11 November

    El Centro Celebrates Grand Opening of New Library

    -Editorial Twelve years ago the 7.2 Easter Sunday Earthquake destroyed the El Centro Public Library located on State Street. More than a decade later a new beginning arrived for the community as they gathered to celebrate the opening of the new building located at 1140 N. Imperial Avenue. “I like …

  • 9 November

    Adjustable Rate Mortgages on the Rise

    -Editorial About 60% of U.S. homeowners have a mortgage and most have a mortgage that lasts 30 years with a fixed interest rate. Monthly payments to the bank do not change over the life of those loans. From early 2020 through early 2022, adjustable-rate loans made up less than 5% …

  • 9 November

    Election Results Show Who Will Represent the Imperial County

    -Editorial The time for talking and campaigning is now over and after an intense election day, the preliminary results are showing who our representatives are going to be. The preliminary results that were published at 8 p.m. on Nov. 8 showed people where things were going. The third update will …

  • 7 November


    -Editorial With a special ceremony, the Center for Wine Studies of CETYS University (CEVIT) was inaugurated and the coordinated commitment of the government, business sector, and academia to one of the most important productive vocations in the state of Baja California, viticulture, was reaffirmed. The building that houses the CEVIT …

  • 7 November

    First ‘Uniquely Yuma’ bus shelters installed

    -Editorial The City of Yuma, the City’s Clean and Beautiful Commission, and Yuma County Area Transit (YCAT) unveiled new bus shelters today that aim to provide riders reprieve from the weather while also serving to promote Yuma in an attractive manner. The new shelters were installed on both sides of …

  • 4 November

    Border County Residents Choose Safety Over COVID Vaccines Misinformation

    Imperial County, CA – Where once the COVID-19 infection rate was six times that of California as a whole, overwhelming the two major hospitals – has turned infection rates around, through a combination of vaccine mandates and community outreach. But skepticism remains high among parents and other residents, as do …