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.

December, 2022

  • 1 December

    Navy Base Parade Opens the Imperial Valley Community Holiday Events Season

    -Editorial NAF El Centro launches the Imperial Valley holiday parade season this Friday with its annual Holiday Parade of Lights beginning at 7 pm on the installation. The Navy base invites all of its Imperial Valley friends and neighbors to join the Sailors and their families on the installation for …

November, 2022

  • 28 November


    By: Javier Sanchez, El Cerveciafilo. Many people don’t usually think about a beer when they are cold. Generally, in our latitudes we think that a beer should be refreshing, to quench thirst on a hot day, right? This is because the vast majority are only aware of beers that are …

  • 28 November


    -Editorial In recent days, members of the Association of Hosts and Tour Operators of Baja California (AATOPBC) visited the State capital to hold their monthly Assembly and take a trip to the new Mexicali Historic Center Route, which will be included in the upcoming Catalog of Tours and Experiences in …

  • 27 November


    By: Colilá Eguía, Writer and Journalist. When I was studying for the Master’s Degree in Criminology at CETYS University I received one of the strongest impacts of my life, this occurred when Professor Hector Cuello Sepulveda in the subject INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL POLICY stated that Corruption is part of our very …

  • 25 November

    Human Rights Defense Clashes with World Cup Competition

    -Editorial FIFA’s threat of on-field punishment for players pushed World Cup teams to back down and abandon a plan for their captains to wear armbands that were seen as a rebuke to host nation Qatar’s human rights record. Just hours before the first players with the armbands in support of …

  • 23 November

    Small Business Saturday Gains More Support Each Year

    -Editorial As Black Friday sales are anticipated to be at their highest since before the pandemic, it is also important to support locally-owned businesses to the small business community grow and thrive after a challenging couple of years.  According to the National Retail Association, in 2021, 51 million shoppers participated …

  • 23 November

    Imperial County Wants More State Support for Lithium Development

    -Editorial As the County of Imperial proceeds with efforts to encourage the development of lithium from geothermal brine at the Salton Sea Known as the Geothermal Area, also referred to as Lithium Valley, to improve the region’s economy, the County is regularly in communication with the state and federal organizations. …

  • 22 November

    Behind an Accent

    By: Ellie Burgueño Everyone understands what an accent is, particularly if you come from the north or the south. In Mexico, we are even able to distinguish when a person speaks where they come from, through their accent. Some will say: “He’s a Chilango'” when a person comes from Mexico …

  • 22 November

    CBP Encourages Travelers to Plan Ahead of Holiday Weekend

    -Editorial U.S. Customs and Border Protection encourages travelers to plan for the upcoming Labor Day weekend and Mexican Independence Day by following traveler tips provided by CBP for ease of travel across the border into the U.S. “The upcoming weekend and week are a great time to travel and celebrate, …

  • 21 November

    Music band members of “Los Chicos del 512” died in Vehicle Accident

    -Editorial On Friday, November 18th, 2022, a horrific accident took the lives of Ricardo Madrid, Leo “Papo” Neblina, Andres Sandoval, and Ruben Hernandez, bound to perform at United Wireless Arena Friday night, they all met a tragic fate earlier that day when their tour bus hit black ice somewhere southwest …