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So far this year, 713 people have been assisted. MEXICALI, BC.- With the objective of creating a culture of greater participation in the electoral political life among citizens, the State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC), continues with awareness activities through the Commission of Citizen Participation and Civic Education. The …

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Yuma Hosts Economic Development Regional Summit

-Editorial Having a strong region and becoming competitive in the world’s economy was the goal of the second Mayor’s Summit held in Yuma, Arizona on March 15. The Mayors, along with their county and city staff, arrived at the Pivot Point Hotel Conference Center for the one day conference where …

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President Trump visits San Diego

-Editorial Yesterday, Trump visited San Diego, the president arrived just before 11:30 a.m. when Air Force One touched down on the tarmac at MCAS Miramar. This was his first official visit to San Diego since taking the oath of office, to check the prototypes for the wall just a few …

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Study: One Bad Employee Can Ruin the Bunch

By: Jack Skeen, PhD Leadership development expert explains recent study and how employers can protect their staff’s integrity Is bad behavior contagious? Most teachers would probably agree that it is, but a recent study on corporate America suggests that it is not just kids who can be peer-pressured into behaving …

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Industrial Women celebrate International Women’s Day

-Editorial Within the commemoration of International Women’s Day framework, the group formed by Industrial Women of the National Chamber of Transformation Industry (Canacintra) Mexicali, held a Breakfast-Conference with the theme “Overcoming Fears and Embracing Success”, directed to women representatives of Small and Medium Businesses and Industries of the region. This …

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