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Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

February, 2024

  • 11 February

    Race Intensifies for Late Sen. Feinstein’s Senate Seat

    -Editorial The contest to secure the vacant seat of the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein in the US Senate intensified as 27 candidates vied for the position. In a lively forum showcasing the leading contenders, including Rep. Adam Schiff, Barbara Lee, and Katie Porter, over two dozen candidates presented their visions …

  • 11 February

    Advance Tickets for California Mid-Winter Fair on Sale

    -Editorial Admission tickets and carnival wristbands are now on sale for the 116th edition of the California Midwinter Fair which opens for its 10-day run March 1. The theme for this year’s event is “Red, White and Moo.” The presenting sponsor for this year is Energy Source Minerals which is …

  • 10 February

    Chamber Celebrates 153 Years as Leading Voice for San Diego Business Community

    -Editorial Nearly 900 of San Diego region’s local businesses, community leaders, and elected officials gathered for the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Anniversary Celebration. For 153 years, the Chamber has committed to creating the best environment for San Diego businesses and neighborhoods to thrive.    “The Chamber commemorated the impact …

  • 10 February

    SDSU Imperial Valley Breaks Ground on $80 Million Lithium Valley Labs

    -Editorial San Diego State University marked a historic milestone in the development of SDSU Imperial Valley with the official groundbreaking of the SDSU Imperial Valley Sciences and Engineering Laboratories in Brawley. The ceremony was attended by university leaders, elected officials, and partners, emphasizing the significance of this new chapter. The …

  • 9 February

    USCIS Achieves Milestones: Historic Successes in Customer Service, Immigration, and Humanitarian Efforts Mark FY 2023

     -Editorial In a significant leap forward, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released its end-of-fiscal-year data for 2023, showcasing remarkable achievements in key areas. The report highlights advancements in customer experience, employment-based immigration, naturalization, and humanitarian efforts. USCIS made history by handling an unprecedented 10.9 million filings in …

  • 8 February

    Women Candidates Take Center Stage in Imperial County Supervisor Forum, Addressing Critical Issues for the Future

    -Editorial The Coalition of Labor, Agriculture, and Business (COLAB) of Imperial County, in collaboration with the Brawley Chamber of Commerce, organized a political forum on Feb. 7 at Imperial Valley College. The event featured the candidates running for Imperial County District 2 Supervisor, all of whom are women. Dihana Garcia-Ruiz, …

  • 7 February

    Carmen Durazo Cultural Arts Center Hosts Annual Black and White Exhibit, Showcasing Global and Local Artistry in Calexico

     -Editorial The Carmen Durazo Cultural Arts Center hosted the highly anticipated Black and White Exhibit on Feb. 6, which drew in crowds from all over the region. The event, a long-standing tradition in Calexico, showcased the extraordinary talent of artists from Mexicali, Imperial Valley, and even as far as Germany …

  • 6 February

    Ensenada Honors 80+ Companies Fueling Growth and Community Development in 2024

    -Editorial For their contribution to job creation, economic growth, and productive development in the region, more than 80 local companies were recognized by the Government of Ensenada with the 2024 Business Award. The Mayor of Ensenada, Armando Ayala Robles, recognized the business people for sharing their experiences and stories, but …

  • 5 February

    County and Cities to Provide Sand and Sandbags in Preparation for Potential Rainfall

    -Editorial In preparation for potential rainfall in the upcoming days, the County of Imperial, along with the cities of El Centro, Calipatria, and Calexico, is taking proactive measures to assist residents in safeguarding their properties from potential flooding. Sand and sandbags are being made available to the public at various …

  • 5 February

    Robust Job Surge Marks Start of 2024, Defying Economic Challenges

    -Editorial To kick off 2024, the nation’s employers showcased an impressive surge in hiring, introducing 353,000 new jobs in January. This robust hiring spree serves as the latest testament to the economy’s resilience, effortlessly overcoming the challenges posed by the highest interest rates in two decades. In January, nonfarm payroll …

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