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August, 2021

  • 13 August


    -Editorial Having City Hall as the headquarters and before the members of the city council, Mexicali Mayor Lupita Mora Quiñónez, gave the second State of the City address, where she exposed the main actions undertaken in the second year of the current administration.  Lupita Mora Quiñónez assured at all times …

  • 11 August

    Newsom Announces All California Teachers Must Be Vaccinated or Tested Weekly

    -Editorial To best protect students and staff as California starts the school year fully in person, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today issued a new public health order requiring all school staff to either show proof of full vaccination or be tested at least once per week. “To give parents …

  • 7 August

    There are risks to the economy due to the Covid-19 Delta variant in the second half of 2021

    Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist and Researcher (Ph.D.). Impacts on the economy can be seen during the second half of 2021 due to the third wave of infections. The third wave of Covid-19 infections will have an economic impact in Mexico and around the world. Several California counties recommend the use …

  • 5 August

    FIFA launches #ReachOut campaign for better mental health

    -Editorial FIFA has launched #ReachOut, a campaign designed to raise awareness of the symptoms of mental health conditions, encourage people to seek help when they need it, and take action every day for better mental health. With the support of past and current football players, the World Health Organization (WHO), …

  • 4 August

    Provino Makes Changes to Their Wine Harvest Festivities Calendar

    -Editorial Faced with the threat of a new COVID outbreak, as well as in support of measures established by the Baja California Health Secretariat about massive events and, above all, being responsible for the safety of their visitors, staff, and, in general, the organizers of the annual event decided to …

  • 3 August

    Study Shows Economic Benefit of Imperial County’s Agriculture

    -Editorial The Imperial Valley has been known for its rich agriculture and production that has given the county much-needed revenue for the last 100 years. The recently released annual Livestock and Crop Report Plus was presented to the Imperial County Board of Supervisors at the Aug. 3rd meeting. This report …

  • 3 August


    -Editorial Thirty-two percent of tourists visit Baja California for its gastronomy by being the number one destination for urban cuisine when tourism comes to eat on the streets at seafood stalls, taquerías such as Frances in Tijuana and El Trailero in Ensenada, the state is recognized for the way food …

  • 2 August

    Business People Are Still Struggling to Pay Rent Despite Slight Economic Comeback

    -Editorial Alignable’s July Rent Poll showed that many industries and groups are still coping with the lasting effects of the COVID era, while others are bouncing back more quickly. Alignable polled 5,911 small business owners from 7/2/21 to 7/23/21 and learned that the majority of minority-owned businesses (52%) still could …

July, 2021

  • 27 July

    IID Board Approves Amendments to The Bylaws of the Coachella Energy Commission

    -Editorial After listening to the concerns and feedback of the people of the Coachella Valley regarding the formation of a new energy commission, the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors made some changes to the new Energy Commission bylaws. By a vote of 3-2 having Directors Alex Cardenas and Norma …

  • 26 July

    The Orderly Growth and Development of Valle de Guadalupe Will Be a Reality

    -Editorial The Secretary-General of the Government in Baja California, Amador Rodríguez Lozano, said the legislation sent by Governor Jaime Bonilla Valdez and approved by the State Congress will make it possible to stop the disorderly growth and corruption that occurred in the Valle de Guadalupe.  He stressed that this new …