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April, 2022

  • 21 April

    Arrests Increase at The U.S.-Mexico Border

    -Editorial U.S. border authorities arrested 210,000 migrants attempting to cross the border with Mexico in March, the highest monthly total in two decades and underscoring challenges in the coming months for U.S. President Joe Biden. The March total is a 24% increase from the same month a year earlier when …

  • 20 April


    -Editorial Mexicali is known for its sunny weather, its beautiful sunrises, and sunsets, however, few people know that there are aerial activities that can be done in the city. If you are one of those who like to have different experiences, the magic of getting on a hot air balloon, …

  • 19 April

    Statevolt to develop 54GWh Gigafactory in Imperial Valley

    -Editorial More than a century ago, the gold rush brought thousands of people to California and reinvigorated the American economy. Fast-forward to 2022 and the “white gold” lithium rush in Imperial Valley attracted a billion-dollar investment to Imperial County.  The news was welcomed by the Imperial County Board of Supervisors, …

  • 19 April

    IID seeks public’s help in curbing energy theft

    -Editorial With the onset of spring comes a challenge for the not-for-profit Imperial Irrigation District to eliminate the theft of electrical energy. To that end, the district is seeking the public’s help by asking customers to report suspicious activity, which can include tampering with electrical meters, power lines, and electrical …

  • 18 April

    La Botica Strives to Have a Better Community

    -Editorial  Alejandro Gomez has been a business person all his life. From selling hot dogs in Mexicali at a young age, doing real estate, selling cars, and now he’s the proud owner of La Botica in Calexico, California. Gomez has always worked to make a living and give back to …

  • 18 April

    What is intravenous therapy serum?

    By: Dr. Elton Gomez, Regenerative Medicine Specialist Our body is a wonderful machine, the product of millions of years of evolution, however, like all machines, it requires certain elements to function correctly, or at least as efficiently as possible, unfortunately, our organic systems require many nutrients, trace elements and vitamins …

  • 15 April

    Referendum Will Measure the Performance of Mexico President

    -Editorial  Just like the iconic song by The Clash titled “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Mexico is celebrating a special recall election to see if the President of Mexico should stay in power or not. While Mexico’s constitution does not force the President to go through a midterm …

  • 14 April

    Mexicali Craft Beers Win Top Prizes from Industry Experts

    -Editorial Mexicali craft beers shine big at the Ensenada Beer Festival that took place on March 18 and 19 where Mexicali beer won the top awards. It’s no secret that Mexicali Craft Beer has positioned itself as one of the best in the nation due to its highest quality and …

  • 13 April

    MANA de Imperial Valley Announces Availability of Scholarships for High School and Imperial Valley College

    -Editorial MANA de Imperial Valley, a local chapter of a National Latina Organization, is offering competitive college and university scholarships to local Imperial Valley high school seniors and two Imperial Valley College students. The Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) recently presented a $10,000 grant to MANA de Imperial Valley for the …

  • 11 April

    Mexicali Announces Easter Activities

    -Editorial Mexicali Mayor Norma Bustamante Martínez presented to the media the program of activities “Mexicali on Vacation” for the celebration of Holy Week and Easter. At a press conference, the mayor explained that these events are for Mexicali families who decide to stay in the city for these vacations, therefore, …