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February, 2023

  • 12 February

    The Madrugadores Club in Mexicali has a new coordinator, Alfredo Vega

    -Editorial The agenda will be focused on promoting women’s participation. The affiliation of citizens concerned with improving our society will be promoted. The block will be consolidated with Madrugadores in Tijuana, Ensenada, Tecate, Hermosillo, and Los Angeles, CA, with additional events to meetings, such as business forums. Mexicali, BC. – …

  • 12 February

    City of San Diego Offers Grant Funding to Help Outdoor Businesses Comply with New Regulations

    –Editorial  The City of San Diego is offering grants of up to $20,000 to eligible businesses that have applied for a new Spaces as Places permit, allowing them to continue outdoor operations within the public right of way. Businesses that had a valid Temporary Outdoor Business Operations permit and are …

  • 8 February

    Baja California’s Gastronomy is Worth Exploring

    -Editorial The state of Baja California stands out for its beautiful beaches, deserts, and valleys, but above all for its gastronomy and food due to its seafood and talented chefs who create the most delicious dishes in all of Mexico. Baja California gastronomy is some of the best in Mexico …

  • 8 February

    Imperial County Approves Lithium Incentive Program

    -Editorial Continuing with the mission to bring more economic development to lithium development, the Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution that will offer incentive programs for those that want to create jobs locally.  Imperial County has long been a producer of geothermal energy helping power California’s economy. The …

  • 8 February

    Imperial County’s Trust in Vaccines Reduce Covid Infections

    -Editorial, EMG-CA Covid Misinformation Fellowship Imperial County was California’s COVID-19 epicenter in 2020. Many of its residents who tested positive for this virus suffered severe symptoms overwhelming the local hospitals. Many of them, unfortunately, are no longer with us due to the pandemic.   But there were heroes among us, the …

  • 7 February

    MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES JOIN EFFORTS FOR A BETTER BINATIONAL RELATIONSHIP

    -Editorial In a joint effort between the governments of Mexico and the United States, and with the support of the Government of the State of Baja California, several projects are being carried out to modernize the infrastructure of border crossings, as well as actions for migratory care and welfare for …

  • 4 February

    Bilingual Safety Campaign Shows Migrants The Dangers of the All-American Canal

    -Editorial In collaboration with the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico, the Imperial Irrigation District has developed a bilingual public outreach campaign focused on the dangers of the All-American Canal. In a press conference that brought together state and federal officials, a partnership between the IID, the Consulate of Mexico in …

  • 3 February

    Tijuana is the epicenter for medical manufacturing

    -Editorial The access that the binational region gives benefits the economy, especially in the medical field where Tijuana has become the hub of innovation. Medical devices are an important industry, not only because of the size of the global market but also because of the role it represents in healthcare …

  • 3 February

    U.S. Consumer Confidence Declined in January

    –Editorial The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index decreased in January following an upwardly revised increase in December 2022. The Index now stands at 107.1, down from 109.0 in December. The Present Situation Index—based on consumers’ assessment of current business and labor market conditions—increased to 150.9 from 147.4 last month. The …

  • 1 February

    California Water Agencies Submit Colorado River Modeling Framework to Bureau of Reclamation

    -Editorial California water agencies that rely on the Colorado River proposed a modeling framework for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to evaluate as it considers actions to help stabilize reservoir elevations and protect critical infrastructure to ensure the Colorado River system can continue to support 40 million people, nearly 6 …

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