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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.

May, 2023

  • 20 May

    Residents Urged to Stay Vigilant Against Heatstroke as Summer Approaches

    -Editorial With summer just around the corner, the Imperial County Public Health Department’s (ICPHD) Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency is sounding the alarm about the dangers of heatstroke. Shockingly, heatstroke is the leading cause of death for children outside of car crashes, as revealed by the National Highway Traffic Safety …

  • 19 May

    Fentanyl: A Looming Threat That Must Be Defeated

    -Editorial In a heartbreaking tragedy, 29-year-old Benito Manuel Alvarado lost his life to a fentanyl overdose. Affectionately known as “Benny Boy” among his loved ones, he entered this world a day after his mother’s 15th birthday, earning him the nickname “Quinceañera baby.” “Benny had a remarkable sense of humor and …

  • 18 May

    The Hidden Perils of Bad Debt: How it Can Devastate Your Financial Well-being

    By: Ellie Burgueno PERSONAL FINANCE COLUMN: ADDED VALUE In today’s consumer-driven society, debt has become a common part of many people’s lives. While some debt can be managed effectively, there is a particular type that can inflict severe damage on your financial health – bad debt. Debt can be a …

  • 18 May

    Mexicali Microbrewers Association Elects Trailblazing Female President: Kenia Vidal

    -Editorial Mexicali, Baja California.- In a momentous occasion for the craft brewing industry, the Association of Microbrewers of Mexicali, affectionately known as Chicali Brewers, witnessed a historic change of command as Kenia Vidal took the oath of office as its first-ever female president. Breaking barriers and shattering glass ceilings, Vidal’s …

  • 18 May

    70 National Security Leaders Call on Congress to Address Immigration Bottlenecks for STEM Talent

    -Editorial A group of national security leaders sent a letter urging Congress to address the growing gap in advanced STEM talent with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Addressed to the Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the U.S. and the Chinese Communist Party, the letter details how current bottlenecks …

  • 17 May

    Francisco Fuentes Aréstegui Assumes the Presidency of CANACINTRA

    -Editorial After three consecutive years representing the industrials of Mexicali, Alberto Sánchez Torres passes on the torch to Francisco Fuentes Aréstegui, who has served as the vice president of the Board of Directors of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA) Mexicali throughout his tenure. Sánchez Torres has informed …

  • 17 May

    Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia and Student HOMES Coalition Announce Legislation to Increase Affordable Student Housing

    -Editorial On Tuesday, March 14, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) joined Assemblymember Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento) and the Student HOMES Coalition, with representation from students across California, to announce AB 1630 (E. Garcia), the Student Housing Crisis Act. The legislation aims to increase access to affordable student housing by creating incentives and …

  • 17 May

    IID Board declares May to be water safety month

    -Editorial With the summer heat approaching and breaks from school to follow, the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors adopted a resolution calling for the month of May to be declared “Water Safety Month” in the Imperial Valley. The Board’s action clears the way for IID’s iconic mascot Dippy Duck …

  • 16 May

    Paris+ par Art Basel Unveils Impressive Line-Up of 154 Premier Galleries for Second Edition

    -Editorial Paris+ par Art Basel has announced the participation of 154 leading galleries in its highly anticipated second edition. Exhibitors from 33 countries and territories, including 58 with exhibition spaces in France, will showcase captivating solo, duo, and group presentations featuring works by French and international artists, spanning from 20th-century …

  • 16 May

    Escalating Housing Costs Pose Dire Challenge for College Students in Urban Centers

    -Editorial In a disconcerting trend that has caught the attention of educators and policymakers alike, the issue of exorbitant housing prices for college students in major cities has reached critical proportions. As the academic year approaches, students are grappling with the burden of exorbitant rents and limited affordable options, exacerbating …

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