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Weekly Fishing Column: Mexico is safer than you think
03 July 09 01:20 PM
<strong>By Phil Friedman, Correspondent</strong> Mexico has been reduced to a single, small, geographical piece of this earth. If there is a murder in Michoacan, then the presumption of the 24-hour news cycle has been that it is too dangerous Read More...
1st. SURF TOURNAMENT IN ROSARITO
05 May 09 11:18 AM
The Sports Institute, Rosarito Surf Club and City Counsil participated in the organization. Five locals will compete in the National Surfing Championship in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca Rosarito Beach, B. C. The first Surf Tournament in Rosarito was held Read More...
Is Mexico safer than New Orleans?
27 March 09 11:35 AM
Posted by Jason Clampet at 3/26/2009 I've been a big fan of Baja California ever since I lived in Los Angeles and began taking frequent trips to the peninsula. I'm not sure, though, how accurate my impressions of the place are now, considering Read More...
Flow to river channel to drop; irrigation uses seen
09 October 08 04:29 PM
By Sandra Dibble UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER September 26, 2008 TIJUANA – It sits on a hillside miles from San Diego, rising above tightly packed colonias in Tijuana's fast-growing eastern end. Despite its distance from the border, the new Monte Read More...
The Real Story About Baja as Told by American Expatriates
28 August 08 12:52 PM
Baja California American and Canadian expatriates become stars of documentary SAN DIEGO, Aug. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- After months of endless sensational news articles on ongoing and constant rehashing of old stories scaring visitors to stay away, American Read More...
Binational group forms to address border issues. Inspections are among the chamber's concerns
14 August 08 11:42 AM
By Janine Zúñiga UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER August 14, 2008 SAN YSIDRO – The San Ysidro Chamber of Commerce has joined forces with all five Baja California border cities and with chambers of commerce from here to Calexico to create Read More...

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