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December, 2023

  • 6 December

    Annual Breakfast Celebrates Contributions of Farm Workers

    -Editorial The Annual Farm Workers breakfast on the morning of Dec. 1 honors the men and women who work in the fields daily. As usual, there was a big line of volunteers to serve nearly 2,000 farm workers that made line early morning to get their meal before going to …

  • 4 December

    Solid Waste Transfer Center in Mexicali to Be Relocated

    -Editorial The governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, and the Mayor of Mexicali, Norma Alicia Bustamante Martínez, announced the change of headquarters of the Solid Waste Transfer Center that is located next to the Mexicali lagoon system that affects the environment and the health of thousands of …

  • 4 December

    Lukeville Port of Entry Shut Down Indefinitely

    -Editorial U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced the closure of the Lukeville, Arizona Port of Entry beginning midnight Monday, December 4, 2023, until further notice.   “In response to increased levels of migrant encounters at the Southwest Border, fueled by smugglers peddling disinformation to prey on vulnerable individuals, CBP …

  • 3 December

    Revolutionizing Skin Rejuvenation: Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Ozonized Platelet-Rich Plasma, Guided by Artificial Intelligence

    By: Dr. Elton Gomez, Specialist in Regenerative Medicine. Skin rejuvenation through the application of mesenchymal stem cells and ozonized platelet-rich plasma is an advanced therapeutic approach that combines biotechnology, cell regeneration, and artificial intelligence technology. This technique aims to effectively and safely improve skin quality and reduce signs of aging. …

  • 2 December

    IID Backs Conservation Plan, Strengthening the Colorado River and the Salton Sea

    -Editorial As part of the historic Lower Basin Plan between Arizona, California, and Nevada to conserve 3 million acre-feet of water by 2026 to protect the Colorado River system from extended drought, the Imperial Irrigation District (IID) Board of Directors met today, unanimously approving the 2023 System Conservation Implementation Agreement …

  • 2 December

    Government of Baja California Begins Holiday Travel Plan

    -Editorial With the firm commitment to continue maintaining peace and social harmony in the streets of the seven municipalities of Baja California during the Christmas season, the State Government through the Secretary of Citizen Security (SSCBC) and in coordination with the City Councils, the directorates and security secretaries, as well …

  • 1 December

    Breaking the Silence: Unveiling Efforts to Combat Domestic Violence in America

    -Editorial Domestic violence has long been accepted as an inevitable part of the complex fabric of family relationships across all cultures, including mainstream American culture. A growing movement to break that mindset is emerging even as data reveals that one out of three women and one in six men in …

  • 1 December

    Wenceslao Martínez Payán will be the new President of Provino Baja California

    -Editorial The Baja California Provino Committee convened the General Assembly of Members on Tuesday, November 28, addressing various pertinent points for the organization and the region’s wine sector. During this session, a vote was held to designate the new President who will lead the Board of Directors in 2024, resulting …

November, 2023

  • 30 November

    National Initiative “Our Shared Future” Focuses on Confronting Our Racial History

    -Editorial A new Smithsonian Institution initiative called Our Shared Future: Reckoning with Our Racial Past puts focus on the racial history of the United States. Together with Los Angeles cultural institutions and museums, they will present a collaborative series of public programs between Dec. 1 – Dec. 17 to explore …

  • 30 November

    Calexico Mayor and Council-member To Face Recall Election

    -Editorial Thanks to a strong grassroots mobilization by local residents, the Calexico Recall Committee was able to gather the necessary signatures to initiate a recall election against Mayor Raul Ureña and Council member Gilberto Manzanarez.  Recall supporters stated on social media that this success reflects the growing dissatisfaction among the …