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December, 2020

  • 30 December

    The Baja California Secretary of Culture will broadcast virtual concerts to say goodbye to the year

    -Editorial A series of concerts to say goodbye to the year will be broadcast via Facebook by the Baja California Ministry of Culture within the framework of its digital program “La Cultura Continúa” on December 30 and 31 with the participation of members of the Redes 2025 Program, the children’s …

  • 30 December

    Remember The Homeless This Holiday Season

    -Editorial Imagine sleeping in the street during the winter with a temperature of 57 degrees. Every day, you have to find a decent place to stay or sleep without a blanket wondering where you will eat the following day. This is what homeless people struggle with every day. They have …

  • 30 December

    U.S. confirms first case of the new COVID strain discovered in UK

    -Editorial The first reported U.S. case of the COVID-19 variant that’s been seen in the United Kingdom has been discovered in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis announced Tuesday, adding urgency to efforts to vaccinate Americans. The variant was found in a man in his 20s who is in isolation southeast of …

  • 29 December

    Business Recovery Task Force project wins Public Relations Award

    -Editorial Reliance Public Relations has won honors from the Public Relations Society of America, San Diego, and Imperial County Chapter, for a campaign developed with the Imperial County Business Recovery Task Force to advocate and assist Valley businesses impacted by COVID-19 closures. The Silver Bernays Award of Merit was in …

  • 29 December

    Washington Lawmakers Debate Possibility to Increase Stimulus Check to $2,000

    -Editorial President Donald Trump’s push for $2,000 COVID-19 relief checks now rests with the Senate after the House voted overwhelmingly to meet the president’s demand to increase the $600 stipends, but Republicans have shown little interest in boosting spending. The outcome was uncertain heading into Tuesday’s session. Senate Majority Leader …

  • 28 December

    The Curve of Active Cases in Baja California Could Descend

    -Editorial According to data provided by the Baja California Health Secretariat, December 7 was the date of the highest “peak” of suspected patients for Covid-19, which could be an indicator that a decline in the curve has begun. However, the population must continue with personal protection measures. In this sense, …

  • 26 December

    Homicide Trends Haven’t Changed in Tijuana

    -Editorial The trend of homicide victims does not change in the municipality of Tijuana, as it is considered a “red” based on figures shared daily by the Baja California Public Safety Board. “The big issue and concern is in Tijuana, 5 of the 6 homicides reported this time (in the …

  • 26 December

    Christmas Sales Saw an Increase in 2020

    -Editorial A huge surge in online shopping during the pandemic has been a savior for retailers, but it comes at a price. Shoppers are expected to return twice as many items as they did during last year’s holiday period, costing companies roughly $1.1 billion, according to Narvar Inc., a software …

  • 25 December

    Vaccine Ready to Roll out in Mexico

    -Editorial The first vaccines have been given to the frontline workers in Mexico who have worked tirelessly these last nine months against the COVID-19 pandemic. Mexico City nurse Maria Ramírez became the first person in Latin America to get vaccinated for COVID-19 on Thursday. The Mexican government received a shipment of …

  • 25 December

    Mexicali Had a Safe Christmas Eve

    -Editorial The Mexicali Police Department announced that there were no major issues on Dec. 24. The holiday season is the busiest time for the police department as they have to make sure people are safe while traveling. The good news came from the Mexicali Police Chief Christmas morning announcing that …

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