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Dear Tia Lupita,

My husband wants me to embrace his Mexican culture but I don’t speak Spanish and miss celebrating my own culture…

Civil Protection Elevates Alert to Green for Hurricane Odile

Odile continues to threaten the southern Sinaloa coast with possible wind, rain and thunderstorms this weekend.

Beach Vendors Denounce Corruption of Inspectors

Beach vendors gathered in the Germán Evers stadium with placards and an open mike denouncing corrupt federal maritime zone inspectors.

Maria Ferré Opens as Usual

In Mazatlán one of the Maria Ferré stores is located on Aquiles Serdan and the other in a local shopping center.

120 Shrimp Boats Head to Sea

120 shrimp boats put out to sea in anticipation of the shrimp season opening at 6 am September 14.

México Generates More Than 17 Million Formal Jobs for the First Time

The construction industry grew 3.5 percent in July.

Pemex to Spend $5.5 Billion of Various Projects

The industrial projects are expected to create some 17,000 direct jobs.

Street Closures for Independence Day

The official celebration of México’s independence is begins with the traditional El Grito de Dolores on September 15th.

New Benches on Malecón

The Public Works Department has been asking for additional benches for the Malecón for bus stops.

Coca Plants Discovered in México

The seizure of 1,639 coca plants marks the first known instance of the raw ingredient for cocaine being cultivated in Mexico.

Human Rights to Investigate Municipal Police

Miriam Bernice Hernández Torres will investigate complaints against Mazatlán’s police department.

Rains Provoke Rock Slides on Mazatlán-Durango Highway

Recent rains have resulted in several rock slides on the Mazatlán-Durango highway.

Jumapam and Telefónica Movistar Offer Promotion

Jumapam and Telefónica Movistar have joined forces to offer a free cell phone to the 70,000 reliable payers.

Users Pay for New Water Meters, says Jumapam

There is no charge for removing the old and substituting the new meter.

Suspects in Million Peso Theft in El Centro Captured

Almost one million pesos in jewelry and cash were stolen from the “Pawn” pawn shop on Melchor Ocampo Street.