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CALEXICO — Local healthcare providers and public health experts understand “vaccine hesitancy” is a problem not just across the country but at home, although Blanca Morales Grijalva questions how widespread it is in communities like Calexico. Calexico leads or is tied in many county COVID-19 indicators, including communities hardest-hit... Read More
CALEXICO — Even as most local Imperial County cities wait until the major milestones to celebrate their dates of incorporation, like the 100th, 105th or 110th anniversaries, the city of Calexico seems to make the most of its birthday nearly every year. Have cake, will travel. On Friday, April 16, Calexico Mayor Rosie Arreola Fernandez and three of her four fellow City Council members, gathered in a locked-down and physically-distanced City Hall lobby to commemorate the 113th anniversary of the […]... Read More
EL CENTRO — Admittedly, it’s probably one of the last things one would notice on their drive to work or from home, but El Centro is set to beautify a forgotten part of the traffic light experience. On par with robust public art programs in cities like San Luis... Read More
Like many of Jay Roxxx’s musical heroes, the Internet has been where the 18-year-old has flourished, “como la flor,” to crib a line from one her inspirations. Fitting that during a socially distanced, locked-down pandemic and in a social media-driven culture, Jay Roxxx, born Jaylene Terrazas, was “discovered” over Instagram and blossomed via YouTube, thanks to a music video shot entirely in her hometown of El Centro. By anyone’s standards, her two-month-old single, “I Belong to You,” featuring rapper Lil […]... Read More
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CALEXICO — San Diego State University-Imperial Valley and SDSU Global Campus are partnering to develop two new degree completion programs available beginning in fall 2021. For the first time, Imperial Valley residents interested in completing a bachelor’s degree in business administration or child development will be able to do so... Read More
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