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June, 2022

  • 3 June

    Imperial County Seeks Funding for Calexico Transportation Center

    -Editorial Linda Arriaga is none of the many Imperial Valley College students that take the bus every morning from Calexico. She is one of the thirty students that each morning waiting for the bus at a little bus station located on the corner of Third Street and Paulin that, aside …

  • 2 June

    Johnny Depp Wins Defamation Lawsuit Against Amber Heard

    -Editorial A disastrous relationship between two actors that took their marital drama to the court and public opinion ended in spectacular fashion. After hearing weeks of testimony — including hours from both Johnny Depp and Amber Heard themselves — the jury’s stunning decision found both defamation suits credible and awarded …

  • 1 June

    “The Vineyards in Bloom Festival 2022” will Honor the Land and Viticulture of Valle de Guadalupe

    -Editorial  The Baja California Provino Committee announced the details of an event “Vineyards in Bloom Festival 2022” that will take place June 9 to the 11th which pays tribute to the producers of the land and viticulture of the region, promoting sustainability, traditions, and ecological awareness in a collaborative effort. …

May, 2022

  • 31 May

    Only 20.5% Of California Teens Exercise Daily, 9th Lowest in the U.S.

    -Editorial Regular exercise is critical to young people’s physical and mental health. The CDC recommends that children aged six to 17 should participate in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity for at least 60 minutes per day. This level of activity is correlated with not only greater fitness and a lower risk of …

  • 31 May

    Gas Prices Could Go Even Higher

    -Editorial A San Francisco Bay Area gas station is charging nearly $8 a gallon for supreme-grade gasoline as California’s average price tops $6. People have been frustrated with the rise of gas these last few months. President Joe Biden announced a series of actions to stop the rise in gas …

  • 30 May

    Entre Amigas Hosts Networking Event in Mexicali

    -Editorial  A group of women was blown away, not by the 10 miles an hour wind that took place the evening of May 28, but by a panel and networking that happened between local business women that by sharing their experiences and struggles motivated themselves to pursue their dreams and …

  • 30 May

    Sure Helpline Celebrates Community Leaders at Gala Ceremony

    -Editorial The Sure Helpline Crisis Center honored inspirational community leaders at their 50th-anniversary gala held at St. Mary’s School on May 27. The organization celebrated 50 years of service to the community and honored a distinguished group of people that help the community in many ways. To celebrate a year …

  • 28 May

    Republicans Want to Stop Domestic Terrorism Act

    -Editorial Washington Republicans are in an intense battle against Democrats as the debate passes the Domestic Terrorism Act. The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act is a proposed law that would create domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Federal Bureau of …

  • 27 May

    Imperial Valley – Las Vegas flight is inaugurated

    -Editorial Residents can now hop on the plane for an exciting time in Las Vegas, Nevada as Southwest Airways Express officially inaugurated its first roundtrip flight to Sin City from the Imperial County Airport.  Landing at the Harry Reid International Airport, Imperial County officials had an exclusive look at the …

  • 24 May

    Mexicali Residents Win Two National Tourism Awards

    -Editorial During the 46th edition of the “Tourist Tianguis” held in Acapulco, the city of Mexicali participated through the Tourism and Conventions Committee (COTUCO). In this regard, COTUCO Director Nancy Paola Minor Ibarra indicated that it is an achievement for the Government of Mexicali to attend this important event, in …