September, 2020

  • 30 September

    Border Media Network Available to The Public

    -Editorial The Center for Community Media at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in New York published its first map and directory of CCM’s Border Network, 50 outlets that cover and serve communities all along the southern U.S. border with Mexico. People can sort and search the directory by …

  • 29 September

    The Most Unpresidential Debate Took Place Tonight

    -Editorial The long-awaited presidential debate took place on September 29 between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. The debate will certainly go down as the worst presidential debate in history. Both Biden and Trump interrupted each other during the 90-minute debate forcing the moderator to intervene many times to calm the …

  • 29 September

    Sample Ballot Pamphlets Go Out for Nov. 3 Election

    -Editorial Sample Ballot and Voter Information are on the way to San Diego County’s registered voters for the Nov. 3 Presidential General Election. The Registrar of Voters office says voters should receive the pamphlets by Oct. 10. The sample ballot pamphlet contains information on candidates and measures as well as …

  • 29 September

    The New Normal?

    By: Melissa Dorame, Reporter The so-called ‘new normal’ is a term or a media expression that we constantly read or hear due to the current pandemic, however, it is not the first time that it has been used to explain “reality” in a certain way. Moreover, it seems important to …

  • 28 September

    Trump Introduced Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court Nominee

    -Editorial President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to be a judge at the Supreme Court. In a ceremony at the Rose Garden, Trump said he nominated her due to her qualifications and experience. Trump said she will follow the law and the constitution. Last Saturday, Trump nominated Barrett to …

  • 28 September

    SDSU IV exceeds enrollment records – again

    -Editorial San Diego State University Imperial Valley’s all-time record for full-time equivalent students (FTES) attending classes has been shattered this semester, according to newly released university census figures. The census shows SDSU Imperial Valley now has an FTES of 873.95, up from the record set last year at 829.  FTES …

  • 28 September

    California Governor Signs Law to Grow Mental Health Coverage

    -Editorial Governor Gavin Newsom signed a package of bills that will improve access to quality mental health and substance use disorder services for all Californians, as well as measures that help homeless Californians suffering from behavioral health challenges access the help they need. Governor Newsom devoted the entirety of his 2020 State of the …

  • 27 September

    Walmart Announces Plans for Holiday Shopping Season

    -Editorial The holidays have arrived at Walmart, and the retailer has adapted to meet the evolving needs of its customers who plan to shop differently this holiday season. After closely watching changing customer shopping behaviors and speaking with customers over the past six months, today the retailer is announcing how …

  • 26 September

    IID Board Approves Settlement Agreement with CAISO

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board approved a settlement with the California Independent System Operators regarding the S-Line Upgrade Project. The Imperial Irrigation District and the California Independent System Operator Corporation (CAISO) entered into a settlement agreement with respect to litigation. The settlement agreement provides that the CAISO will fund …

  • 26 September


     With the 52nd edition of one of the most important races in the state, now held in San Felipe, the port is positioned as a benchmark for Off-Road races. 140 teams from 19 states of the American Union and 10 countries begin a 493-mile circuit. San Felipe, B.C., September 26, …