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April, 2021

  • 11 April

    Florida governor sues the CDC to get cruises sailing immediately

    -Editorial Under the direction of Governor DeSantis, Florida is suing the Biden Administration in federal district court to overturn the unlawful “Conditional Sailing Order” enacted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This unprecedented year-long lockdown of an entire industry by the federal government has directly harmed the …

  • 10 April

    U.S. Embassy Issues Travel Advisory for Mexicali

    -Editorial The United States Embassy has published a travel warning for Mexicali and the Mexicali Valley due to the recent criminal events and attempted kidnappings.  The U.S. Embassy stated on their website that travelers should avoid Mexicali and the Sonora area.  “Travelers should exercise increased caution when traveling in and …

  • 10 April


    -Editorial Some traits shared during social interaction, mainly during childhood, determine the types of attachment that each person develops in their life, explains CETYS Expert. The human being is a social being. Since his birth, he maintains contact with his peers, mainly with his parents, that connection marks the beginning …

  • 10 April

    City of San Diego Showcases and Brews Up Support for Local Craft Beer Industry

    -Editorial In honor of National Beer Day on April 7, the City of San Diego is launching a Business is Brewing website to provide beer breweries in San Diego with helpful market information and City economic development resources they can use to support and grow their businesses. The website, created …

  • 9 April

    A Just Transition for the San Joaquin Valley’s Economy and Oil Workers

    -Editorial Voice in Solidarity Against Oil in Neighborhoods (VISIÓN) and the Central Valley Air Quality Coalition (CVAQ) invite you to A Just Transition for the San Joaquin Valley’s Economy and Oil Workers on Wednesday, April 21st at 10 AM. Panelists will discuss health impacts and other costs of oil extraction …

  • 9 April

    New Legislative Battle Looms Between the IID and Assemblyman Mayes

    -Editorial Assemblyman Chad Mayes has become the Imperial Irrigation District’s public enemy number one since 2019 and it looks like they will both enter another legislative battle to determine the future of the organization. At the April 6th meeting, the IID Board of Directors voted to strongly oppose another Assembly …

  • 8 April

    García Montaño says that more investments are needed

    -Editorial MEXICALI, B. C.- A press conference was held with the new president of the Mexicali CCE, Juan Manuel García Montaño. Rodolfo Cabañas Vildósola, President of the Agricultural Council; Octavio Sandoval López, President of Coparmex Mexicali; Lidia Granados Pacheco, President of Canaco Mexicali;  Joaquín Jiménez Arriaga, President Index Mexicali;  Luciano …

  • 7 April

    California Could Fully Reopen On June 15

    -Editorial As California surpasses a major milestone in the fight against COVID — administering more than 20 million vaccine doses, including 4 million in the state’s hardest-hit communities, and with hospitalizations continuing to steadily decline — Governor Gavin Newsom outlined the state’s next step in the COVID-19 pandemic recovery, moving …

  • 5 April

    Content and Distribution is Changing the Entertainment World

    Por: Mario Conde, Reporter. Content and distribution have become the way entertainment is being done right now as the series you watch are part of the demand of creating new material. The way we consume TV series and the effort by the studios to create high-quality stories is changing the …

  • 2 April

    Mexicali Inaugurates New Port of Entry Route

    -Editorial Starting yesterday, a new route will be open to enter Calexico from West Port of Entry that will give travelers a new experience when crossing. The Ministry of Communications and Transportation through the SCT Baja California Center informed that as of 8 in the morning on April 1st, the …