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June, 2020

  • 24 June

    Newsom Prepared to Close State Again If COVID-19 Cases Increase

    -Editorial As counties around California began to open, the threat of exposure is greater for those that believe COVID-19 is gone. During the last few days, there has been a surge of COVID-19 cases that almost match the number of cases the state had during March. If this continues, Governor …

  • 24 June

    Cleaning Services Have Seen Growth During Pandemic

    -Editorial According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, cleaning services are thriving during this pandemic. With the spread of coronavirus fears around the country, it should come as no surprise that professional cleaning services that sanitize offices, restaurants, and homes are in high demand. Cleaning companies, such as Columbus, Ohio-based …

  • 24 June

    El Garage Hub Opens an Exciting Summer Program for Students

    -Editorial The summer is here but that doesn’t mean learning will stop. Students can now access a variety of programs from their computer, tablet, or phone and enjoy great summer programs offered by El Garage Hub. Andres Ruelas from 16 de Septiembre School in Mexicali announced that El Garage Hub …

  • 24 June

    Imperial County Area Agency on Aging’s Services Updates

    The Imperial County Area Agency on Aging (ICAAA) is committed to providing support and relief to one of the most vulnerable populations in our community, older adults age 60 or more, during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  The health and wellness of our service participants, employees, and community are of utmost importance …

  • 24 June

    USCIS Rule Strengthens Employment Eligibility Requirements for Asylum Seekers

    WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced a regulatory change to deter aliens from illegally entering the United States and from filing frivolous, fraudulent, or otherwise non-meritorious claims for asylum to obtain an employment authorization document. This rule does not alter asylum eligibility criteria in any way and will be effective …

  • 23 June

    Trump Celebrates Completion of Border Wall in Yuma

    -Editorial President Donald Trump visited Yuma to see the successful completion of the border wall. He met with U.S. Customs and Border Protection on the progress of construction at the border with Mexico. The president saw the 200th-mile wall project along the U.S./Mexico border that was a key promise of …

  • 23 June

    COVID-19 Has Affected Film Production in Imperial Valley

    -Editorial The film industry has been affected by COVID-19 halting production that would bring revenue to cities and counties. The State of California has released guidelines to begin filming again with restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus. The Imperial County has yet to see the reactivation of filming …

  • 23 June

    Rocky Point Reopens with COVID Safety Protocols

    A popular vacation spot for many people in the region has reopened after being closed to tourists for three months due to COVID-19. Puerto Peñasco, also known as Rocky Point or Arizona’s Beach for its proximity to this state, is now welcoming tourists, but with many restrictions. “All we ask …

  • 22 June

    WHO Says Influenza Needs to Be Addressed

    -Editorial While the world is seeing an increase in cases of COVID-19, influenza needs to be addressed also. The World Health Organization warned that the influenza season is coming and countries need to be alert. “It took more than 2 months for the first 100,000 cases to be reported. For …

  • 22 June

    IID Working with Their Employees to Keep Them Safe During Pandemic

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District continues to adapt to the current pandemic by taking care of their employees working at home. At the June 16 IID Board meeting, General Manager Henry Martinez spoke about how they are working with their employees from home while this pandemic is still going on. …

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