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How to achieve your goals this 2018?

By: Ellie Burgueño The end of the year comes and it feels like it was the shortest of all. Don’t you believe so? And with it comes the time to evaluate what has been done, what has been said, what has been accomplished, and in that evaluation, we sometimes find …

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Mexico, the richest country in the world

By: Arq. Victor Hermosillo, Senator in Mexico The year ends and we also approach the end of another six-year term in Mexico, a time when hope and promises are renewed, although the problems in our country remain the same: corruption, impunity and insecurity. In addition, we now deal with a …

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The NAFTA negotiations will conclude by 2018

By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, economist (PhD) By 2018, there are risks to the economy, such as elections and the conclusion of NAFTA. “The Mexican economy continues to be vulnerable to external shocks, where the most obvious risks are the price of oil, the elections and the renegotiation of the North …

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PLAYWRIGHT BÁRBARA COLIO PRESENTS HER BOOK “FROM FAMILIES AND OTHER CATASTROPHES” in CEART Mexicali

Playwright Bárbara Colio presents 10 years of work. Mexicali, Baja California.- The Mexican playwright and writer Bárbara Colio, presented last Thursday, December 14, the book “From Families and Other Catastrophes” in the Conference Room of CEART Mexicali. Mr. Manuel Felipe Bejarano Giacomán, General Director of the Institute of Culture of …

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Vincent Memorial Plays State Championship Game

By: Mario Conde Vincent Memorial Catholic High School made history this year and won the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) title for Division V. The “Scots” made history and earned their right to compete in the State Finals for the first time in their school’s record. Vincent Memorial team had an …

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How do we measure English proficiency?

We´ve all heard or read about how English has become the lingua franca for business and trade. As a result, most jobs in Mexico and other countries require some level of proficiency in the language. Many employers advertise jobs that require the applicant to have 80% of English or different …

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Rotary District Governor Visits Calexico

By: Mario Conde The Calexico Rotary Club welcomed District Governor Scott Carr at their December 6th meeting. Governor Carr was doing his club visits in the Imperial Valley and made its first stop at the Calexico Rotary Club before visiting the Clubs in Imperial, El Centro, Holtville and Brawley. Governor …

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More than a reason to give thanks

-Editorial November was a time of celebration. In our region, there are events all over the month on both sides of the border. For Mexicans, November represents a time to commemorate the Day of Death and the Mexican Revolution. For people at the border, November also means a month to …

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