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May, 2021

  • 5 May

    Baja California Government Signs Subsidy Agreement for Rate 1F with CFE

    -Editorial The Government of Baja California signed an agreement for 600 million pesos with the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) to implement the Subsidy for the support of users of the domestic sector in Rate 1F, for citizens who due to the high temperatures will be affected by high energy consumption. …

  • 5 May


    By: Javier Sánchez “El Cerveciáfilo” Technology has a great influence on all aspects of our life. All human work is based on some type of technology. Technology finally exists to help us achieve certain goals more easily, goals that seek some level of satisfaction: “Technology is the set of technical …

  • 4 May

    National Frontenis Tournament a Success in San Luis, RCS

    -Editorial Thanks to the collaboration of the private initiative and local sponsorships, a Frontenis tournament was held in San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora thus marking a new attraction for the region that brought the best players. The tournament was possible thanks to the efforts of Israel Reyes, Alberto Rios, and …

  • 3 May

    Americans Could Travel to Europe Very Soon

    -Editorial Americans haven’t been able to visit Europe on nonessential trips for over a year, but that now looks set to change. Fully vaccinated tourists from the States will be able to come to the European Union over the summer, Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, has …

  • 3 May

    Second Gubernatorial Debate with Baja California Candidates Was Held

    MEXICALI, B.C.- This Sunday, the second debate of the candidates for governor was held, which was organized by the Baja California State Electoral Institute (IEEBC), however, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, candidate for the Morena coalition, PT (Labor Party) and PVEM (Green Ecologist Party of Mexico) was absence. For this …

  • 2 May

    Andy Ruiz Wins Fight Against Arreola by Unanimous Decision

    -Editorial Imperial Valley native Andy Ruiz Jr. got back into the win column, but it was a lot more difficult than he might have expected.  The former unified world heavyweight champion survived a second-round knockdown and followed trainer Eddy Reynoso’s game plan to punch a unanimous decision victory over a …

  • 2 May

    Imperial Valley Residents Raise Their Voice Against Sexual Assault

    -Editorial As a group of Imperial Valley residents gathered at the steps of the County Court House on April 30, the message to stop domestic violence and sexual assault were heard again during the “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes” event. It was a small group than in past years …

  • 2 May

    CANACINTRA Mexicali to Host Debates for Mayor and Governor

    -Editorial Like every election period, the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA) Mexicali, plans to hold specialized debates on economic matters, on May 25 and 26 with the candidates running for the Mayor of Mexicali and Governor of Baja California, said Alberto Sanchez Torres, president of the industrial organization. …

  • 1 May

    The Importance of Physical Fitness During the Pandemic

    -Editorial The COVID-19 pandemic means that many of us are staying at home and sitting down more than we usually do. It’s hard for a lot of us to do the sort of exercise we normally do. It’s even harder for people who don’t usually do a lot of physical …

April, 2021

  • 30 April

    Five Tips to Take Care of the Self-Esteem of Boys and Girls

    -Editorial Moving towards the new normal and preventive confinement against COVID-19 are two issues that continue to apply.  For boys and girls, these are unexpected situations that have implied drastic changes, such as taking distance classes, greeting family members through the screens, not living in open spaces with their friends, …