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KENIA PONCE, on her way to Miss Mexico 2017

Having been placed second in the state competition, it remained the favorite throughout the state, so the 24-year-old Cachanilla, bacherlor’s in education, was appointed representative of Miss Baja California Beauty by the National Committee of Miss Mexico. “It was a merit and a feat because 11 years ago this type …

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Starts Business At 70

Guadalupe Celis, originally from Culiacán Sinaloa, and who has lived in Mexicali since 1965, is a 70 years of age woman, single, 3 children and 7 grandchildren, who feels all the energy and motivation to make her dreams come true. She started working very early in the family business, because …

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Mexicali, B.C.- Mexicali Soles professional basketball team presented their project called “Social Action”, which aims to make activities and projects of the organization focused on the community. The presentation was given by Mario Flores Montaño, General Manager of Soles de Mexicali, Ignacio Gella Ciprés, coordinator of Soles Training Camp and …

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Contemplation – Meditation and Mandalas

By: Leticia Mancera The end of the year approaches troubling, making us feel something is yet pending to do or finish. Maybe a goal set or a commitment made. We feel Christmas time arriving with its collateral effects, taxes, house maintenance, Christmas bonus investment, gift shopping and an endless list …

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Law Education

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, lawyer and former professor. In life one of my greatest passions is the law, as a Mexican lawyer and living the greater part of my life in a city neighboring the United States, it rise on me the interest about knowing and understanding the American …

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Marijuana, legal soon or later

By: Víctor Hermosillo, Mexican Senator Elections in the United States not only resulted in the victory of Donald Trump, the legalization of marijuana was also voted in the states of California, Maine, Nevada and Massachusetts, therefore they are now 8 entities, one fifth of society, that accepts the recreational use …

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USCIS Fees to Increase in December

Fees for immigration transactions will increase by an average of 21 percent beginning on December 23, 2016. Applications or petitions mailed, postmarked, or otherwise filed on or after December 23, 2016 must include the new fees. While the fees for some petitions will remain the same, others will see significant increases. …

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