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October, 2021

  • 21 October

    Harvest Festival Paellas 2021: An autumn celebration with wine and paellas by the sea

    -Editorial For this 2021 edition of the Paella Contest, a traditional event that marks the closing of the Harvest Festivities in Ensenada, the Provino Committee of Baja California has made important changes marked not only by the global panorama that has required reinvention but responding to the context in which …

  • 21 October

    New Chamber of Commerce announced in Calexico

    -Editorial The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Calexico is pleased to announce it will be serving the business communities of Calexico and Imperial Valley. Sitting in the region’s most prominent business corridor, the new chamber will support a cross-border alliance while encouraging an increase in international trade. The Chamber is …

  • 20 October

    Industrialists Discuss Ideas and Objectives at National Convention

    -Editorial The National Convention of Industrialists 2021, held in Tampico, Tamaulipas from October 13 to 15, successfully concluded in observance of the 80th anniversary of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA) National Headquarters. The event was attended by 500 industrialists from all over the country, belonging to the …

  • 19 October

    5th Mayors’ Binational Bike Ride is this Saturday Oct. 24

    -Editorial The 4FrontED governing board hosts the 5th Mayors’ Binational Bike Ride Saturday, Oct. 23. Registration begins at 7 a.m. at the east end of the Yuma Civic Center parking lot, 1440 W. Desert Hills Drive. The 25-mile ride starts at 8 a.m. in Yuma and finishes in San Luis …

  • 17 October

    Parents Asked Not to Send Their Children to School Due to Mask and Vaccine Orders

    -Editorial Tired and angry about mandates from state health officials and California Governor Gavin Newsom, a group of people in California are organizing themselves to keep their kids at home in a way of protesting mask and vaccine mandates.  During the last three weeks, a group of parents and concerned …

  • 9 October

    Paint and Wine Brings People Together to Spread Breast Cancer Awareness

    -Editorial It was an evening that combined women, wine, paint, and good music as the artistic talent of those present at the third annual Women’s Health and Paint Night at the Community Education Center at Imperial Valley Mall on Oct. 7. Breast Cancer Awareness Month also referred to in the …

  • 6 October

    City of San Diego Hourly Minimum Wage Will Increase to $15 Effective Jan. 1

    -Editorial Effective Jan. 1, 2022, employees who perform at least two hours of work in one or more calendar weeks of the year within the geographic boundaries of the City of San Diego will receive a minimum wage increase from $14 to $15 an hour. The change is following the …

  • 5 October

    A Bad Week for Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg at The Door

    -Editorial Anxiety and doubt were the reaction among social media users on Oct. 4 around the world as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp were down for many hours.  The social media giants were not available for us for most of the day causing communication problems among people who rely on those …

  • 4 October

    INDEX Mexicali Hosted 2021 Golf Tournament

    MEXICALI, B.C.– The INDEX Association of the export industry in Mexicali, held the 2021 Golf Tournament at the Club Campestre de Mexicali, in this edition the tournament was organized jointly with Grupo Imagen Radio, this within the framework of the group celebrating 18 years of settling in the city. The …

  • 1 October

    Norma Bustamante Takes Oath of Office as Mexicali Mayor

    MEXICALI, B.C.– Last night a solemn session and oath of office took place for Mayor Norma Alicia Bustamante, as well as the members of the city council that will join her during her administration for the next three years, in which the 24th City Council administration was officially installed.  The …

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