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April, 2021

  • 20 April

    Border Travel Restrictions to Canada and Mexico Will Continue in May

    -Editorial And so, the spring arrived, and with it another month that people without a visa will not be able to enter the United States.  It’s been thirteen months ever since that international travel was restricted due to the pandemic and most likely will continue since the border area is …

  • 19 April

    Business People Still Have Difficulty Paying Rent

    -Editorial The Alignable April Rent Report has just been issued and the insights show both some nice improvement among key industries – restaurants and retail, in particular — but ongoing challenges for minority business owners. More than half of all minority-owned small businesses (53%) could not pay their full rent …

  • 17 April

    Imperial County Board Supports State Increase of Funding for Veteran Services

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors supports a State initiative that would increase funding for veteran services in California.  California Senator Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera), Chair of the Senate Military and Veterans Affairs Committee and Assemblywoman Cottie Petire-Norris (D-Laguna Beach), have submitted budget requests to their respective house asking …

  • 17 April

    IEEBC resolves dissolution of the Social Encounter Party of Baja California

    -Editorial The General Counsel of the State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC), held its XXIV Extraordinary Session this Thursday afternoon, in which the commission submitted three opinions to the consideration of the members of the plenary session, among which number 61 stands out, relating to the appointment of the …

  • 17 April

    The Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism Shares Measures for Safe Navigation

    -Editorial To prevent the occurrence of accidents at sea, in addition to complying with legal regulations, boat users must exercise extreme caution during pleasure trips or fishing.  The Secretariat of Sustainable Economy and Tourism (SEST), informed that every boat must have a registry, according to the activity for which it …

  • 16 April

    Gil Rebollar Appointed as the County of Imperial’s Public Information Officer

    -Editorial The County of Imperial is proud to announce the appointment of Gil Rebollar as Imperial County Public Information Officer (PIO) to replace former PIO, Linsey Dale, who now serves as the Imperial County Registrar of Voters.  Mr. Rebollar’s appointment as PIO will begin effective immediately. Chairman of the Board …

  • 16 April

    Senate in Mexico approved the creation of a National Register of Mobile Telephone Users

    MEXICO CITY.- The Mexican Senate recently approved the creation of the National Register of Mobile Phone Users with biometric data. The reform to the Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law seeks to make it mandatory for users in the country to register in a database when acquiring a SIM card or …

  • 16 April

    CDC Advises Travelers Not to Travel to Mexico

    -Editorial The Center for Disease Control is asking travelers should avoid all travel to Mexico due to the high numbers of COVID-19. Mexico is still struggling with high COVID-19 active cases and the number of deaths is increasing. All of this is happening when the vaccination process continues to go …

  • 15 April

    XXI Festival of the Shells and New Wine to Take Place This Month

    -Editorial Shells, Wine, and a very pleasant time is what promised at the annual festival in this new edition number twenty-one. This festival arises thanks to the concern of wine producers, aquaculturists, and chefs in the region to pay tribute to the local ingredient. Today, after twenty years of history, …

  • 14 April

    Biden Announces Gun Control Executive Actions

    -Editorial President Joe Biden announced a series of executive actions on Thursday to reduce gun violence and urged Congress to pass broader gun-control legislation. The White House’s moves include directing the Department of Justice to craft a rule addressing the spread of untraceable “ghost guns” and publish an example of …