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REGIONAL

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.

September, 2021

  • 2 September

    THE WAR OF THE BUDS

    By: Javier Sánchez Valenzuela “El Cerveciáfilo” It is pronounced České Budějovic although for short they can say Budějovice OK?  Although the Germans who want to do everything their way call him Budweis. Of course, I am talking about it as a picturesque city located in the southwest of the Czech …

  • 2 September

    Calexico and Mexicali Reaffirm Sister Cities Agreement

    -Editorial In a ceremony that took place at the Sept. 1st Calexico City Council meeting, Mayor Javier Moreno and Mexicali Mayor Guadalupe Mora signed the reaffirmation of sister cities that will continue the long-standing relationship between the two border cities.  The relationship between both cities goes back more than a …

  • 1 September

    Students Return to School Despite COVID Fears

    -Editorial Anxiety, fear, concern, anger, confusion is some of the reactions parents have had since the beginning of the school year due to the outbreak of COVID cases in some of the schools. Imperial Valley schools returned to in-person learning in August after being out due to the pandemic. However, …

August, 2021

  • 31 August

    CHAMBER’S BINATIONAL VIRTUAL SUMMIT PROMOTES REGIONAL PRIORITIES

    -Editorial San Diego and Baja California business and community leaders will meet to discuss U.S.-Mexico relations during the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 Mexico City Summit. Participants will meet with Mexican leaders and government officials to discuss opportunities for collaboration and help advance issues critical to the success of the …

  • 31 August

    Playas de Tijuana Mural Depicts Migrant Struggle

    -Editorial The Playas de Tijuana Mural Project poses the question: Who Counts as a Childhood Arrival to the United States? It portrays fifteen stories of childhood arrivals who remain undocumented in the US and those who have faced deportation to Tijuana, Mexico. The mural is located on the beach at the westernmost …

  • 30 August

    GOVERNOR JAIME BONILLA VALDEZ OFFERS SUPPORT TO CRAFT BREWERS OF BAJA CALIFORNIA

    -Editorial Governor Jaime Bonilla Valdez reaffirmed his total support for craft brewers, a sector that has generated an economy for Baja California and with which he committed, during his campaign, to form an internationally competitive cluster. This Thursday, the state president in the company of the head of the Ministry …

  • 30 August

    Mayor Gloria Announces Reforms to SDPD’s Consent Search Policy

    -Editorial Delivering on his promise to implement equitable changes to police practices in the City of San Diego, Mayor Todd Gloria, and San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit today announced changes to the San Diego Police Department’s consent search procedures, found within Department Procedure 4.01, which governs how police officers …

  • 26 August

    Inflation is spreading to more parts of the economy in the United States and Mexico in 2021

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist and Researcher (Ph.D.). Inflation is likely to be more persistent and widespread than the Federal Reserve predicted in 2021. Price increases in the United States moderated last month, indicating that inflation may have peaked in North America during 2021. “Inflation is spreading to more parts …

  • 26 August

    Beyond Borders Gazette organized their first Focus Group with selective Binational Audience

    -Editorial For the past five years, Beyond Borders Gazette has worked to earn a place of trust and credibility in the very competitive journalism market in the Cali-Baja Mega Region and has been successful in setting itself apart from everyone else by creating a unique brand for the binational audience …

  • 20 August

    Border Travel Restrictions Extended to Sept. 21st

    -Editorial In a move that is not surprising given the rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will continue with the travel restrictions until Sept. 21. This marks 18 months of these restrictions that have affected the border economy.  The U.S. land border with Mexico, …

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