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Bridging the border

Columbian’s ‘Bridging the Border’ forum features Enedis Flores, AG Fergusonvideo icon

February 13, 2020, 8:16pm Clark County News

Against the odds, Enedis Flores is holding it all together. Read story

Living parallel lives

December 24, 2019, 6:05am Clark County News

Soft sunlight peers through the still-closed blinds of the sparse two-bedroom apartment. Enedis Flores’ children are still sleeping, some on mats on the floor. Read story

Ramon Flores walks from his car into the shop where he works as a carpenter Nov. 29 in Tijuana, Mexico.

Tijuana tests family ties

Ramon Flores walks from his car into the shop where he works as a carpenter Nov. 29 in Tijuana, Mexico.

December 23, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

Ramon Flores mills around the crowded, tin-roofed cabinet shop located in Guerrero — one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Tijuana, and today home to the middle class. When he steps outside, he can see the United States, where he lived for 20 years, in the near distance. Read story

Vancouver immigration attorney Mercedes Riggs pictured in her office's conference room.

Immigration attorney: Few legal paths for immigrants

Vancouver immigration attorney Mercedes Riggs pictured in her office's conference room.

December 23, 2019, 5:59am Clark County News

Vancouver immigration attorney Mercedes Riggs says there are few pathways for immigrants to enter and live in the United States legally. Read story

Ramon Flores, 46, from left, formerly of Hazel Dell, sits down to Thanksgiving dinner at his apartment in Tijuana, Mexico, with his daughter, Rayma, 10, wife, Enedis, 54, daughter, Kennedy, 16, and son, Raymond, 15. His family, who now lives in Chula Vista, Calif., crossed the U.S.-Mexico border shortly before midnight Wednesday so they could be together for the American holiday.

Bridging the Border: A family divided

Ramon Flores, 46, from left, formerly of Hazel Dell, sits down to Thanksgiving dinner at his apartment in Tijuana, Mexico, with his daughter, Rayma, 10, wife, Enedis, 54, daughter, Kennedy, 16, and son, Raymond, 15. His family, who now lives in Chula Vista, Calif., crossed the U.S.-Mexico border shortly before midnight Wednesday so they could be together for the American holiday.

December 22, 2019, 6:05am Clark County News

Everything changed for Ramon Flores and his family when he was deported to Mexico two years after Motel 6 shared his name with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. Read story