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July, 2021

  • 22 July

    New Hires in El Centro Earn Below Average Wages

    -Editorial As the U.S. economy enters a new phase in its recovery from COVID-19, businesses are adding new positions faster than they can fill them. A combination of rapidly expanding job openings, a smaller labor force, and more generous unemployment benefits are pushing wages higher, especially in fields like leisure …

  • 22 July

    IID Board commemorates district’s 110 years of public service

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors, during its meeting of July 6, unanimously passed a resolution recognizing the district’s long, 110-year history as a public service provider. Formed by a vote of the people on July 25, 1911, IID is a public entity governed by, and for, the …

  • 21 July

    Border Travel Restrictions to Continue Through the Month of August

    -Editorial The US and Mexican governments confirmed that the partial closure of the southern border will remain active until August 21. The hope of many that the border would reopen in July came to a halt since a decision has not yet been made as to when, and how, the …

  • 20 July

    Norma Bustamante Ready to Receive Municipal Administration

    -Editorial  Mexicali Mayor-Elect Norma Bustamante said her team is moving forward in a formal way to carry out an orderly, complete, and timely transition during the Installation of the Commission for Delivery and Reception of Public Affairs and Resources of the Municipality of Mexicali, Baja California. “Mexicali residents can have …

  • 19 July

    Martha Garcia Selected as Superintendent of College of the Desert

    -Editorial The College of the Desert in Coachella Valley has selected Dr. Martha Garcia as the new President/Superintendent at a special meeting on July 15.  The announcement came after College of the Desert did a nationwide search for a new Superintendent and Garcia was one of the three finalists to …

  • 16 July

    30th Anniversary Gala Harvest Festivities in Ensenada

    -Editorial In 2021, the Provino Committee of Baja California will start the Harvest Festivities in Ensenada with an evening to mark the beginning of the festivities and remembering the origins that gave it importance.  With the Isla del Hotel Coral & Marina as its headquarters, the so-called “30th Anniversary of …

  • 15 July

    Jorge Hank Accepts Electoral Court’s Mandate On Gender Violence

    -Editorial As a result of the resolution issued on July 7 by the Superior Chamber of the Electoral Tribunal of the Federal Judicial Power (TEPJF) that confirmed the order of the Electoral Tribunal of the State of Baja California, Jorge Hank Rhon offered a public apology to women for the …

  • 15 July

    The importance of trade between the United States and Mexico during 2020 and 2021

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist (Ph.D.) and research professor at the Northern Border College (COLEF). Economic and commercial analysis of NAFTA and the new USMCA. NAFTA entered into force on January 1, 1994. The first trade agreement contained provisions on tariff and non-tariff barriers, customs procedures, agriculture issues, public procurement, …

  • 14 July

    InnovaModa Presents 2021 Fashion Show

    -Editorial The annual event that has become the platform for people that aspire to be in the fashion industry is back with a full lineup of conferences and activities that will help mold the next generation of entrepreneurs.  The 2021 edition of InnovaModa will take place July 30 and 31 …

  • 13 July

    Business Travel Continues an Uphill Battle to Recovery

    -Editorial Based on the current situation of COVID-19, business travel and large conferences will still struggle for the next two years as the industry tries to recover from a year of crisis. Add the Delta variant that has become the dominant strain in the United States, it is still unknown …

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