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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, 2022

  • 23 May

    Electric Vehicles See a Rise in Production Costs

    -Editorial Automakers from Tesla to Rivian to Cadillac are hiking prices on their electric vehicles amid changing market conditions and rising commodity costs, specifically for key materials needed for EV batteries. Battery prices have been declining for years, but that may be about to change. One firm projects a sharp …

  • 21 May

    In pursuit of power

    By: Ellie Burgueno. We are just a few weeks away from election day, and as we get closer, we start to think about what kind of changes our favorite candidates could make if elected, but we also think about what truly changes our candidates will make to our environment. A …

  • 21 May

    Brawley Mayor Highlights City’s Achievements During State of City

    -Editorial Sam Couchman has been a respected citizen of Brawley and has served the city with honor. As Mayor, he stood proudly before a packed room to give his final State of the City Address as he announced he will not seek re-election. In an event co-produced by the City …

  • 20 May

    Imperial Valley Rotary clubs meet for first annual dinner

    -Editorial Rotarians from all over the Imperial Valley gathered in a very unique and enjoyable evening as they had a first annual dinner that joined all the Imperial Valley clubs under one roof.  Rotarians from Calexico, Brawley, Holtville, Imperial, and El Centro mixed to get meet new people and plan …

  • 19 May

    “Gala with Cause,” an event organized to support the CRIT in BC

    -Editorial The Tourism and Convention Committee of Tijuana (Cotuco) announced the event “Gala with Cause”, whose objective is to support the Center for Rehabilitation and Inclusion of Children Telethon (CRIT) of Baja California, which offers therapies to children with disabilities. The event will be this May 21 at the CRIT …

  • 19 May

    California Budget Proposes Millions for Lithium Development and Education in Imperial County

    -Editorial Imperial County and San Diego State University hit the jackpot with the May revision of the California State budget where there is a significant investment for lithium development and the expansion of the Brawley campus.  Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled California’s $300.6 billion budget proposal for the Fiscal Year 2022-2023. …

  • 18 May

    Cities with the Most Digitally-Connected Seniors

    -Editorial One of the most prominent and likely enduring changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has been the rapid shift towards new technologies that facilitate remote communication, entertainment, learning, and work. While older Americans generally have lower rates of technology adoption than their younger counterparts—for example, 78% of 65-and-over …

  • 17 May


    By: Javier Sánchez Valenzuela “El Cerveciáfilo”. The independent craft beer industry in Mexico is still strong and growing, there is no doubt about that. This incipient economic activity is clearly among the fastest growing in the different regions of the country. For some years now, craft beer festivals and exhibitions …

  • 16 May

    Soles Will Play in Mexicali This Season

    -Editorial After two challenging seasons due to the pandemic, it was formally announced that Soles will be playing the entire season in Mexicali. This is, of course, great news for the die-hard fans that haven’t been able to enjoy their team to the fullest due to the restrictions and mandates …

  • 14 May


    -Editorial The Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, participated, together with the head of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Marcelo Ebrard Casaubón, and the United States Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, in the Strategic Border Infrastructure Forum, where they discussed projects that will revolutionize binational relations …