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February, 2021

  • 9 February

    The Rise of Social Investor

    -Editorial Investing in the stock market is a risky business but if done right it could bring financial security to a person’s life. In the last couple of years, there has been an increase in middle-class people investing in the stock market. But not all stock options are good for …

  • 9 February

    Unemployment Numbers Continues to Be Affected by Pandemic in January

    -Editorial The unemployment rate fell by 0.4 percentage point to 6.3 percent in January, while nonfarm payroll employment changed little (+49,000), the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.  The labor market continued to reflect the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and efforts to contain it. In January, notable …

  • 8 February

    State Officials Announce Update to Guidelines for Places of Worship

    -Editorial The California Department of Public Health Officials released interim updates to the State’s guidelines for places of worship. Consistent with a recent court order, religious services can now resume indoors with modifications. Given that Imperial County is in the purple tier, indoor worship activities must be limited to 25% …

  • 8 February

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win Superbowl LV

    -Editorial For anyone that doubted Tom Brady as the greatest NFL player of all time, Sunday’s victory against the Kansas City Chiefs proved that he is the best with seven championships in his resume. Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won Superbowl LV in a dominant fashion with a score …

  • 5 February

    Central Union High School Wins Mock Trial Tournament for Second Year in A Row

    -Editorial The pandemic can’t stop students from preparing themselves and participate in events like mock trials and bring out the best in local students.  The Imperial County Mock Trial took place as Central Union High School took the crown for the second year in a row.  The Imperial County Mock …

  • 4 February

    Referendum to the Gandalla Law Declared Inadmissible

    -Editorial Mexicali, B. C.- A virtual press conference was held by COPARMEX Mexicali, to communicate and clarify the rejection by the IEEBC (Baja California State Electoral Institute) to the referendum of the so-called “Gandalla Law”. Guillermo Rivera, Legal Counsel of COPARMEX Mexicali, explained there are three stages of the said referendum; …

  • 3 February

    Parter Agencies Announce COVID-19 Vaccine Mass Vaccination Clinic for 65 Years And Older

    -Editorial IMPERIAL COUNTY, CA – Imperial County officials announced today that a mass vaccination drive-thru clinic for the first dose has been scheduled for Thursday, February 4, 2021, at Imperial Valley College in Imperial from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. The event will be for individuals from Imperial County 65 …

  • 3 February

    COVID-19 Vaccination is for Everyone, Regardless of Registration Platforms

    -Editorial Regardless of the federal and state registration platforms for vaccination against Covid-19 for older adults, all people are going to be vaccinated, if they wish, and it must be an obligation of the government to go and look for them, said the Baja Health Secretary California, Alonso Pérez Rico. …

  • 3 February

    Marina announces actions and investment to rescue the Lagunar System

    -Editorial Mexicali. – With the objective of restoring the Lagunar System of the city and within the framework of the celebration of the Wetlands Day, Mayor Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda announced actions and the investment of more than 17 million pesos. She pointed out that the above is intended …

  • 3 February

    State Council of Young Entrepreneurs Celebrate One Year of Activities

    -Editorial Young people are the present of Baja California and their vision is what will drive economic development in the future. To make this possible, the State Council of Young Entrepreneurs of Baja California (CEJEBC) virtually celebrated its first anniversary with exhibitors and this year’s activity report. The Zoom meeting …