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Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

May, 2018

  • 21 May

    Brawley Chamber of Commerce

    By: Katie Beth Luna, Brawley Chamber of Commerce Director. The Brawley Chamber of Commerce is a business association that was established in 1904 in Brawley, California. At the time of establishment, the Chamber of Commerce was a hub for business exchange and community interaction. Throughout the years our conceptual purpose …

  • 20 May

    The 27th Annual Mariachi Festival Celebrates Culture

    By: Mario Conde Mariachi Music has been the traditional music of Mexico for decades and its sound has worldwide recognition. So it’s no surprise that Calexico being a border city decided to capitalize on that tradition and have an annual event that brings the best mariachi bands around. Through its …

  • 18 May

    Dr. Martha Garcia was selected as the new IVC President

    -Editorial The publishing business has given us the opportunity to meet several amazing people, among those is Martha Garcia, who we met about two years ago. Dr. Garcia captivated us with her charming and friendly personality, ever since we met we became good friends, she’s certainly a bright, hard-working and …

  • 10 May

    It’s Urgent to Have a Decent Minimum Wage for Workers

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) In Mexico, a decent minimum wage for workers is urgently needed. All presidential candidates must support the proposal to increase minimum wage. Minimum Wage must reach 98.15 pesos and up to 100 pesos a day. Mexico’s general minimum wage is the lowest among the …

  • 9 May

    Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia Will Honor Local Holocaust Survivor Rose Peppin

    (RANCHO MIRAGE, CA) Friday morning, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia and the Tolerance Education Center will host a ceremony to honor local Holocaust Survivor, Rose Peppin. “In the midst of the last generation of Holocaust survivors, we must do everything possible to preserve and share these stories so that the world will …

  • 9 May

    Imperial Valley Elections is a Show to Watch

    By: Mario Conde Election time is here again in the Imperial Valley as candidates are hitting the streets to meet the voters and convince them to vote for them in the upcoming June primary. But beyond putting signs and advertising in the local media helps win the election, it is …

  • 7 May

    Inventor of the Twitter Hashtag Talks About the Future We Want

    -Editorial C.M. Rubin, Creator of The Global Search for Education and Founder of CMRubinWorld discusses the future of social media communications with Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards (TDIA) 2018 honoree Chris Messina. How will the multitude of tools we have at our fingertips continue to change communications as we know them …

  • 7 May


    Presents opportunities for economic development and infrastructure in the entity PHOENIX, Arizona.- On Sunday May 6th, the Governor of Baja California, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, participated in the second annual summit between Governors of the United States, Mexico and Premiers of Canada, where topics were discussed for the benefit of …

  • 4 May


    -Mexicali was present at the Hannover Messe world trade show -The 2018 edition had Mexico as their guest country Mexicali, B.C.- Mexicali was present at the Hannover Messe World Expo, considered the largest industrial trade show in the world, through participation in a booth for the Industrial Development Commission of …

  • 4 May

    From working in the fields to becoming a Judge

    -Editorial Juan Ulloa is a prominent judge serving at the Imperial County Superior Court of California, Growing up the seventh of 10 children of farm worker parents, from an early age, Judge Juan Ulloa has a vision and passion to serve others, reason that took him to pursue a law …