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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.

May, 2023

  • 4 May

    IVC Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary with a Dinner Gala

    -Editorial Imperial Valley College has many things to celebrate these days, not only was named a co-winner of the 2023 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence on April 20 in Washington D.C., sharing that honor with Amarillo College in Texas but also celebrated its diamond jubilee on April 29 surrounded …

  • 3 May

    WHO launches policy on preventing and addressing sexual misconduct

    -Editorial The World Health Organization today launched its Policy on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Misconduct which places the victims and survivors at its core, sets strict standards of zero tolerance, and stresses that there can be “no excuse” for sexual misconduct. The new policy replaces a 2017 policy, which investigations and …

  • 3 May

    Otay Residents Block Avenue in Protest of Disastrous Living Conditions

    -Editorial Residents who live in the surroundings of Otay in Tijuana blocked the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Avenue to demand a solution to this problem that is diminishing the quality of life in their community.   For a long time, people who live in that neighborhood, have suffered the …

  • 1 May

    California Governor Doesn’t Care About Imperial County

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter. Finally, Gavin Newsom, the handsome governor of California, decided to visit the Imperial Valley on March 20  to discuss the future of lithium and the opportunities that lie ahead. Sadly, it only took him five years to visit the Imperial Valley for the first time and …

  • 1 May

    IID and SDSU Celebrate Arbor Day

    -Editorial The Imperial Irrigation District (IID) donated two trees to San Diego State University as part of the Arbor Day celebration, an annual observance dedicated to encouraging the planting of trees. Imperial County and the City of Calexico officials joined SDSU Imperial Valley leaders, including representatives from the university’s Associated …

  • 1 May

    Baja California Congress Approves Strengthening Security In Establishments Dedicated To The Sale Of Alcohol

    -Editorial In an Extraordinary Session of the Plenary Session of Congress, the Governance, Legislation and Constitutional Points Commission, chaired by Juan Manuel Molina García, presented opinion number 61, regarding the initiative to reform various provisions of the Law for the Sale of Storage and Public Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages of …

  • 1 May

    USCIS Extends Temporary Suspension of Biometrics Submission for Certain Form I-539 Applicants

    -Editorial U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has extended the temporary suspension of the biometrics submission requirement for certain applicants filing Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status, requesting an extension of stay in or change of status to H-4, L-2, or E nonimmigrant status. The previously announced suspension, which was …

April, 2023

  • 29 April


    By: Javier Sanchez, El Cerveciafilo. Beer was originally a food. Thousands of years later, when north-central Europe monopolized the production of this drink, little by little they invented the wide range of styles that we know today. Standardizing the different flavors of beer was a long process in which many …

  • 28 April

    Meat Festival Strives to Bring Families and The Productive Sector Together

    -Editorial Just in time to celebrate Mother’s Day and have a good time with the family, a press conference was held on April 27 to invite everyone to Mexicali: Capital de la Carne which will take place May 6 at the AgroBaja field. The cost of the ticket is 300 …

  • 28 April

    Imperial County Supervisors Hear Presentation About Drug Abuse in Imperial Valley

    -Editorial As a border community, exposure to fentanyl and other dangerous drugs is a hand but there is always help available.  Imperial County Board of Supervisors analyzed a presentation regarding the state opioid abuse locally that had been on the rise for the last few years during their April 25 …