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August, 2023

  • 23 August

    LGBTQ, Women Business Owners Fight Back Against Hate

    -Editorial  The past few years have not been easy, with the pandemic, rising racial tensions, and Supreme Court rulings that seem designed to take back some of the hard-won progress women and minority groups have made over the last few decades. The LGBTQ+ community has been especially hard hit, with …

  • 23 August

    Trump To Be Arrested by Georgia Authorities on Thursday

    -Editorial Former President Donald Trump announced he will surrender to authorities in Georgia on Thursday to face charges in the case accusing him of illegally scheming to overturn the 2020 election results. “Can you believe it? I’ll be going to Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday to be ARRESTED,” Trump wrote on …

  • 23 August

    Imperial County Testifies in Sacramento About the Potential of Lithium

    -Editorial Imperial County Board of Supervisors Chairman, Ryan Kelley, provided a detailed testimony before the California State Assembly Joint Hearing of the Utilities and Energy Committee and Select Committee on California’s Lithium Economy on Aug. 15. This committee is chaired by Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia. In his testimony, Kelley highlighted the …

  • 22 August

    The Evolution of Print and Publishing

    By: Ellie Burgueño In recent years, the refrain predicting the decline of print media has grown louder, fueled by the surge in online trends and digital platforms. Assertions have echoed that traditional publishing is no longer sustainable, ushering in an era dominated by digital mediums. Notably, even the United States …

  • 22 August

    Yuma Mayor to hold business-based conversations

    -Editorial Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls invites members of the public to a series of forums that will each focus on a different sector of local commerce. Conducted in partnership with the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce, Business Conversations with Mayor Nicholls will serve as a platform for business owners and …

  • 22 August

    IID crews swiftly respond, repair damage caused by Tropical Storm Hilary

    -Editorial In the wake of Tropical Storm Hilary, Imperial Irrigation District has been working around the clock, restoring power to thousands of electric customers across the district’s vast energy service area while at the same time mitigating against potential floods throughout its water service area. With the bulk of the …

  • 21 August

    A New School Year Begins After a Stormy Weekend

    -Editorial Parents all over Imperial County proudly uploaded pictures of their children on social media celebrating the first day of school and new beginnings. The sun shined again on our students after a few days of heavy rain and thunder. With backpacks on their shoulder and ready to learn, students …

  • 21 August

    Global Business Travel Industry Set to Skyrocket, Projected Spending Soars to $1.8 Trillion by 2027

    -Editorial The global business travel industry has rebounded at a more accelerated rate than expected just a year ago and is now expected to surpass its pre-pandemic spending level of $1.4 trillion in 2024 − and grow to nearly $1.8 trillion by 2027. In 2022, global business travel spending rose …

  • 20 August

    Hilary Becomes Tropical Storm but Authorities Maintain High Alert

    -Editorial As the hurricane becomes a category 1 tropical storm, there are still dangers that people need to know to avoid the most difficult day of the state of emergency.  Isolated showers will continue early this morning across south-central Arizona. Further west, heavier rain is expected to develop later this …

  • 20 August

    Legislator in Baja California Delivers Initiative Regarding the Crime of Extortion

    -Editorial Congressman Miguel Peña Chávez presented before the State Congress Office a project of reform to the Penal Code of Baja California with the tension of incorporating other modalities as aggravating factors in the crime of extortion, to clarify the judge at the time of imposing the sentence. Data from …