The vehicles, including 16 new motorcycles, were purchased locally for 2,860,000 pesos.
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- 08/01 Health Center Collapses from Rain Damage
- 08/01 Traffic Accident Statistics Show Decline
- 08/01 Mazatlán’s Hotel cannot get it Right
- 08/01 It Pays to Work for Pemex
- 08/01 Sinaloa Gags Journalists
- 08/01 Planting of Genetically Modified Soybeans Blocked
Documents show that bonuses were paid on December 26, 2013, to former officials and contain the signatures of officials.
Hotel reservations made months beforehand were not honoured leaving tourists stranded.
Until México can get its governmental entities to address the noise pollution that affects many of us, those that suffer have little hope.
- Will the Real Pancho Villa Please Stand Up? Part II of II
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- Pulitzer Prize winner detained at U.S.-Mexico border
- First ever rehabilitation centre for exotic wild animals opens in Mexico
- Private militias supplement US Border Patrol’s work
- Hundreds Rescued From Mexico Group Home
- At least five die after earthquake rocks Guatemala and Mexico
- Mexico frees 165 kidnap victims near U.S. border
- U.S.-Mexico’s insecure 1,900-mile border
- An immigrants’ hard road north
Deborah Rodriguez spent five years living in Afghanistan helping to run the Kabul Beauty School, empowering local women and equipping them with skills in hair and makeup.
- Mexicans Celebrate Diá de la Candelaria
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In the city of Tlacotalpan you can found the museum of Agustín Lara: the famous mexican singer and songwriter.
- Canirac Seeks Cultural Heritage Designation for Sinaloa Cuisine
- UPDATED: Salt Sculptures on Olas Altas a First in Mazatlán
The ancient Mayan city of Calakmul in southern Mexico was recently designated as a “mixed natural and cultural” World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
- Mayor Wants a Central Park and Cable Car for Mazatlán
- Mazatlán to Host PGA Golf Tournament
Reviewer Bill Demmer visited a new seafood restaurant in the old Sr. Pepper’s location in the GZ.