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March, 2021

  • 20 March

    District Attorney Files Charges Against Imperial County Auditor

    -Editorial The Imperial County District Attorney’s Office filed charges against County-Auditor Josue Mercado months after being censored by the Board of Supervisors.  After months of investigation, the D.A. office announced on March 17 that they have formally charged the County-Auditor on two counts. Mercado will be arraigned on April 16, …

  • 20 March

    IID Board Analyses Bombay Beach Project That Will Help the Salton Sea

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors heard a presentation about the future of the Bombay Beach Wetland Project Proposal at their regular meeting held March 16. Audubon California, a non-profit group, received a federal grant to develop and design a multi-benefit habitat enhancement and dust control demonstration project …

  • 18 March

    Baja California, Leader in Manufacturing, Maquiladora, and Export Industry

    -Editorial With more than 923 companies in the Manufacturing, Maquiladora, and Export Industry (IMMEX), on which 355,359 jobs depend, Baja California is a national leader in this sector, said Mario Escobedo, Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism (SEST). Talking to business people, officials and diplomats from the United States and …

  • 18 March

    U.S.-Mexico Borders Will Reopen When Both Sides Are On the Green Tier

    -Editorial Until the northern borders of Mexico reach the green tier, land crossings on international bridges with the United States would be opened, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard confirmed. On Thursday it was one year since the restrictions began. The United States land borders with Canada and Mexico will remain closed …

  • 17 March

    San Diego County to Move to Red Tier March 17

    -Editorial Given that the state has met a mark of vaccinating 2 million people in the communities hardest hit by COVID-19, it has revised its tier system, and San Diego County is expected to move to the Red Tier for activities on March 17. The change in tiers will allow …

  • 17 March

    U.S. Representatives Join Forces to Address Pollution Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

    -Editorial Rep. Juan Vargas (CA-51), along with Peters (CA-52), Ruiz (CA-36), Levin (CA-49), Jacobs (CA-53), and Issa (CA-50) introduced the Border Water Quality Restoration and Protection Act, a companion bill to Senators Feinstein and Padilla’s (D-CA) legislation introduced last week. The bill will help address pollution along the U.S.-Mexico border …

  • 17 March


    By: Javier Sánchez Valenzuela “El Cerveciáfilo” This is one of the topics that I repeat every year due to its relevance to beer culture and tradition. Whenever we think about having a beer, the most we get to choose between the light and the dark ones, right? However, drinking green …

  • 16 March

    Devastatingly pervasive: 1 in 3 women globally experience violence

    -Editorial Violence against women remains devastatingly pervasive and starts alarmingly young, shows new data from WHO and partners. Across their lifetime, 1 in 3 women, around 736 million, are subjected to physical or sexual violence by an intimate partner or sexual violence from a non-partner – a number that has …

  • 16 March


    By: Teodoro Renteria Arróyave. Comment on Time, Column. As we have been analyzing, addressing the issue of Democracy is getting into such unfathomable issues because there are no specific criteria in this regard, but we do know that it is possible to fall into dark spaces that are difficult to …

  • 15 March

    The Secretary of Health Asks Not to Relax Protective Measures, COVID-19 Remains Active

    -Editorial The Baja California Health Secretary asked the population not to relax personal protection measures, because Covid-19 remains active, high mobility in bars was seen last weekend, as the virus continues to spread.  This was reported by the Secretary of Health, Alonso Óscar Pérez Rico, who reported that the agency …