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August, 2020

  • 16 August

    Presidential discourse discrediting Constellation Brands puts investments in BC at risk, industrialists in Mexico state

    -Editorial Given the reality that we are currently experiencing, our Country needs three fundamental principles to strengthen its economic development: easiness to invest and do business; a stable political and social environment and finally unrestricted adherence to the rule of law, assured Alberto Sánchez Torres, President of the National Chamber …

  • 16 August

    Trump Talks About Advances in Response to COVID-19

    -Editorial President Donald Trump says they have done the right thing when it comes to Covid-19. Trump also shared that there are currently three COVID-19 vaccine candidates that are in Phase 3 of trials. He said he believed that the elderly and those who are considered at high-risk should be …

  • 15 August

    Rotary Is Looking for Young Professionals to Join Calexico Rotaract Club

    -Editorial Martha Sanchez was selected as the first-ever president of our Calexico Rotaract Club. Martha has a Bachelor’s in Public Administration from San Diego State University and is currently working on her master’s degree. She currently works as an administrative analyst for epidemiology at the Imperial County Health Department. She …

  • 15 August


    ENSENADA B.C.- “We have maintained reactivation of 3 thousand 743 economic units without any outbreaks,” said the head of the Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism (SEST) in Baja California, Mario Escobedo Carignan. During the morning videoconference held by Governor Jaime Bonilla Valdez, the state official said that in terms …

  • 15 August

    Newsom Announces Support Provided to School Districts as Fall Semester Begins

    -Editorial Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that every eligible local educational agency in California has applied for and is receiving a portion of the $5.3 billion in learning loss mitigation funds secured through the state budget he signed in June. The Governor also signed an executive order directing state agencies …

  • 15 August

    San Diego County Edges Closer to Getting Off State Monitoring List

    -Editorial The San Diego County continues its recent downward trend in its COVID-19 case rate, meeting day two of three days required to get off the state’s monitoring list. Currently, the State’s case rate for the County is at 98.3 per 100,000 people. The State’s case rate for the region …

  • 15 August

    Imperial Valley College Postpones Fall Semester for a Week Due to Cyber Attack

    -Editorial The impact of the on-going Imperial Valley College ransomware attack has resulted in a week’s postponement of the start of all fully online classes for the Fall semester. Fully online classes will commence the week of August 24th. Any classes that have a “face to face component,” which includes …

  • 14 August

    The Coronavirus Economic Crisis Impacts Hispanics in the United States in 2020

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD). Hispanic businesses and their jobs are among the hardest hit by the coronavirus during 2020. “Hispanics are among the essential workers who have been most exposed to the coronavirus due to the very typical lack of necessary sanitary protection in their workplaces. The coronavirus …

  • 13 August

    Washington Legislators Began Recess Without Reaching COVID Stimulus Package

    -Editorial Congress and the White House again made no progress toward a coronavirus relief agreement as financial lifelines for Americans continue to expire. It could take weeks more for lawmakers to even agree on another aid package as no talks are scheduled and 2020 political conventions will consume the major parties …

  • 13 August

    Border Travel Restrictions to Continue One More Month

    -Editorial Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard confirmed on Aug. 13 that the border travel restrictions between the U.S. and Mexico will continue for one more month. Ebrard said the COVID-19 situation continues to be high in the southern part of the United States and both countries decided to extend the …