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Sting Loxoceles laeta: The violinist or corner spider

Compiled by Dr. Elton Gómez, scientist and stem cells specialist. One of the most dangerous spiders in the world and whose bite causes a picture called loxocelism, is the spider whose scientific name is loxoceles laeta, also known as spider of the corner or violinist spider, by the violin shape …

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NATALIA TRAVELS TO CONQUER ITALY

VERONA, Italy – Baja California fencer Natalia Botello will participate in the Youth World Championship and Cadet to the city of Verona, Italy in search of endorsing the crown she won last year in the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv. In the same way she attends this competition in search of …

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ARMING OUR EDUCATORS: IS IT EVER A GOOD IDEA?

By: Veronica Henderson, Attorney at Law Given the proliferation of violence in the schools, especially the number of mass shootings that have occurred, such as the one in Florida, the question has arisen as to whether we should arm our teachers and other school officials. After all, no one wants …

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SOLES COMES TO ITS SEVENTH FINAL

After a thrilling game, Mexicali Soles defeated Aguacateros of Michoacán 80-76 to close the series 4-2 and thus advance to the National League of Professional Basketball (LNBP) great final. Almost five thousand fans witnessed the best entry of the season, where the Cachanilla quintet won their seventh ticket to the …

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Vietnam Vets receive day of recognition

EL CENTRO, Calif. – With the stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump issued a proclamation recognizing March 29th as National Vietnam War Veterans Day while visiting Vietnam last year on Nov. 10, 2017. “To ensure the sacrifices of the 9 million heroes who served during this difficult chapter of …

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Women’s Right to Vote

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and former professor. In the month of March, we celebrate the International Women’s Day, in honor of it I dedicate this article to all women, to mothers, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, students, professionals, housewives, workers, teachers, to each of these women who from their position …

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Mayor Faulconer Discusses Binational Opportunities with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs Luis Videgaray

SAN DIEGO MAYOR ADVOCATES FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE, TIJUANA RIVER VALLEY AND PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT WITH HIGH-RANKING MEXICAN OFFICIAL San Diego – As part of his effort to strengthen binational relations in the San Diego-Tijuana megaregion, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer met with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs Luis Videgaray a few days ago to discuss opportunities to …

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