Bilingual Weekly, LLC is a news organization that produces everyday news online, online news videos that includes local spotlight interviews in both English and Spanish and a weekly email newsletter. Bilingual Weekly is most famous for its weekly news publication, delivered throughout San Joaquin County. The print publication is the only 99.9% Spanish and English newspaper in San Joaquin County (as of … Continue reading
The house has sat empty for almost seven months. First the owner and his college buddies left, then his dad moved in with his wife (?), then they left and then someone moved in, and mysterious people began coming by and picking up little white boxes.
The house has sat empty for almost seven months. First the owner and his college buddies left, then his dad moved in with his wife (?), then they left and then someone moved in, and mysterious people began coming by and picking up little white boxes. Who knew: maybe they were selling lunches? Then … Continue reading
STOCKTON, CA - It is an historical first, that a Latina was elected by her peers at a statewide conference held in Visalia, CA during the weekend of October 22 – 23, 2011, to vote on new leadership. The California Republican Women Federated is the largest Republican Women Federated Club in the United States. Stockton’s very own … Continue reading
http://www.bilingualweekly.com On Tuesday, June 23, we joined over 200 concerned citizens at the Atherton Auditorium San Joaquin Delta College to participate in the “Redistricting Meeting”. This meeting gave ordinary citizens an opportunity to voice our opinions on where the Congressional District, State Senate and Assembly Districts were to be realigned for the next ten years.
Carol Hadley Regardless of how we feel about the man who lives in the White House, he is as a leader. We have to give him, and those who worked with him, accolades for giving Osama bin Laden a dignified burial. They prevented more blood shed and in some ways made up for the so … Continue reading
Carold Trujillo Hadley / Columnista de Bilingual Weekly After listening to the President’s State of the Union address I am no more aware of what he wants than I was before the talk. But having said this, he did make some valid points.
Carol Trujillo Hadley / Bilingual Weekly Colummist As this year comes to a close we take time to reflect on what was accomplished, what is and what could have been. We saw many difficult changes happened in the world of politics, schools, and real estate in cities, counties and the state.
Carol Trujillo-Hadley / Bilingual Weekly Columnist At no other time is it more important that you, as a voter, to be educated for who you are going to vote for. Every candidate under the sun has been courting the “Latino” vote, as if we all are of one single mind. Latino’s have never voted as a … Continue reading
Carol Trujillo-Hadley / Columnist / Bilingual Weekly Have just finished watching another political ad and again questioned the facts being spouted. But, once the talking head finishes the ad, look to see who has paid for the ad.
By Roberto Radrigán / Bilingual Weekly Editor We are approaching the November General Election and Republicans are in a roll, twisting anything and everything into something that will get them back the control of Congress and hopefully a bit later, the White House.
Carol Trujillo Hadley / Colummist / Bilingual Weekly Your political vacation is officially over as of the 1st of September. We have been busy with the Governors race since the Primary concluded, but now be prepared for every other candidate to start filling your mail boxes with literature.