October, 2021

  • 9 October

    Paint and Wine Brings People Together to Spread Breast Cancer Awareness

    -Editorial It was an evening that combined women, wine, paint, and good music as the artistic talent of those present at the third annual Women’s Health and Paint Night at the Community Education Center at Imperial Valley Mall on Oct. 7. Breast Cancer Awareness Month also referred to in the …

  • 6 October

    City of San Diego Hourly Minimum Wage Will Increase to $15 Effective Jan. 1

    -Editorial Effective Jan. 1, 2022, employees who perform at least two hours of work in one or more calendar weeks of the year within the geographic boundaries of the City of San Diego will receive a minimum wage increase from $14 to $15 an hour. The change is following the …

  • 5 October

    A Bad Week for Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg at The Door

    -Editorial Anxiety and doubt were the reaction among social media users on Oct. 4 around the world as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp were down for many hours.  The social media giants were not available for us for most of the day causing communication problems among people who rely on those …

  • 4 October

    INDEX Mexicali Hosted 2021 Golf Tournament

    MEXICALI, B.C.– The INDEX Association of the export industry in Mexicali, held the 2021 Golf Tournament at the Club Campestre de Mexicali, in this edition the tournament was organized jointly with Grupo Imagen Radio, this within the framework of the group celebrating 18 years of settling in the city. The …

  • 1 October

    Norma Bustamante Takes Oath of Office as Mexicali Mayor

    MEXICALI, B.C.– Last night a solemn session and oath of office took place for Mayor Norma Alicia Bustamante, as well as the members of the city council that will join her during her administration for the next three years, in which the 24th City Council administration was officially installed.  The …

September, 2021

  • 30 September

    A March Against Violence and Insecurity was Held in Mexicali

    MEXICALI, B.C.- The march against insecurity was held yesterday afternoon, due to the rise in violence and insecurity rates in the capital of the state of Baja California. The march was called at 6:00 P.M. at Plaza de la Bandera, located in Río Nuevo, and attendees were asked to wear …

  • 29 September

    IID celebrates Public Power Week, Oct. 3-9

    -Editorial Imperial Irrigation District is celebrating Public Power Week, Oct. 3-9, along with more than 2,000 other community-powered, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans. “This year, we especially celebrate the employees of IID – the people behind public power,” said Marilyn Gilbert, IID’s energy manager. …

  • 29 September

    Imperial County Supervisors Will Keep Mask Mandate for Now

    -Editorial The debate on whether the county should continue enforcing the universal mask mandate was the subject of a heated debate that lasted more than two hours.  The County Supervisors had on their Sept. 28 agenda the review of masking requirements under the health order dated Aug. 17, 2021. The …

  • 28 September


    -Editorial The Tijuana Interurban Train, a project led by the Government of Baja California, is progressing as an executive project and is currently in the preliminary work to start operations in 2024. This was announced by Karen Postlethwaite Montijo, head of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Urban Development and Territorial Reorganization …

  • 28 September

    Newsom signs bill making universal vote-by-mail permanent in California

    -Editorial California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a package of legislation to increase voter access and strengthen integrity in elections, including a bill to send all registered voters a vote-by-mail ballot. The Governor signed AB 37 authored by Assemblymember Marc Berman (D-Menlo Park), permanently requiring a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed to …