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March, 2022

  • 22 March

    XXII Festival of Shells and New Wine

    -Editorial The XXII Shell and New Wine Festival will take place on Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1 at Terraza del Mar at the Hotel Coral & Marina, from 12:00 to 7:00 p.m.  Local winemakers hand in hand with renowned fish farmers and chefs come together at this event; …

  • 21 March

    AUGMENTED REALITY? AUGMENTED MEDICINE?

    By: Elton Luis Gómez, Specialist in Regenerative Medicine. Two medical students and a specialist in cardiology are checking on a patient on a stretcher, a man of about 65 years old. Suddenly, the patient begins to fidget and scream in pain, touching his chest, students and their teacher begin to …

  • 19 March

    Women Are Improving the Beer Industry of Mexico

    -Editorial A group of women is showing the world how they are adding value to the industry and changing the game of the beer business in Mexico. Women Tasters of Beer in Mexico (MCCM) is a non-profit group, founded by Yadira Espinoza; Katy Pedrín, in the area of ​​design, Kenya …

  • 18 March

    MEXICALI CELEBRATES THE 119TH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS FOUNDATION

    -Editorial The capital of Baja California celebrated its 119th founding anniversary with a commemorative act in the civic quad of the Municipal Palace. Initiating the protocol with a Guard of Honor at the Monument to “Los Pioneros”, presided over by the Mayor of Mexicali, Norma Bustamante, accompanied by the Coordinator …

  • 18 March

    Economic impacts for Mexico due to the War in Europe during 2022

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist and Research Professor. War in Ukraine impacts the peso by having its worst drop since 2020. This Monday, the national currency depreciated 2.02% and closed above 21 units per dollar, according to data from the Bank of Mexico. The military conflict in Eastern Europe will …

  • 16 March

    Biden Allocates Funding to Complete Calexico West Port Expansion

    -Editorial The Biden Administration and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) today announced major land port modernization and construction projects funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law signed by President Biden last year. The law includes $3.4 billion for GSA to build and modernize land ports of entry on the country’s …

  • 14 March

    City Mayors Association Officially Charted

    -Editorial  At a press conference, the mayors who make up the Association of Capital Cities of Mexico (ACCM) announced the signing of the charter of this organization. The Mayor of Mexicali Norma Bustamante, who is part of this association as Vice President, explained that the objective of this organization is …

  • 11 March

    New Attorneys Join the Imperial County District Attorney’s Office

    -Editorial Imperial County District Attorney Gilbert Otero has a few months left in office but he is not wasting time and is working to fill up his staff with qualified attorneys that advocate for the public. The office welcome six new Deputy District Attorneys that were sworn by Otero. They …

  • 10 March

    Business Forum “Successful Woman” Aims to Inspire Women

    -Editorial The first entrepreneurial event of the year in Mexicali took place at Araiza Hotel to help women business owners have a better vision of their goals and objectives for 2022. The event was a success and the comments of the public were positive and are looking forward to a …

  • 9 March

    Imperial County Health Department and UC San Diego Will Help Vaccinate Maquila Workers in Mexicali

    -Editorial Two years ago on March 8, 2020, the first suspicious case of COVID-19 was detected in Imperial County marking the beginning of a very dark time for the region.  Because health has no borders, a binational collaboration was established to help vaccinate people in the industrial sector of Mexicali. …

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