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The Mazatlan Messenger reviews this week’s movie selections including Jason Bourne starring Matt Damon.
On this date Iturbide is installed as Emperor of Mexico and orders the arrest of 19 legislators who attempted to nullify his appointment.
The complete overhaul of approximately 4,000-5,000 meters of water lines is expected to cost approximately 39 million pesos.
Mazatlecans suffered one of the hottest days so far this summer.
The world’s largest cargo ship, Höegh Target, specializing in the transport of cars, buses and large machinery, will arrive in Mazatlán.
On Thursday the National Institute for Educational Assessment (INEE) announced changes to the teacher evaluations to be held this year.
The National Index of Consumer Prices (INPC) increased 0.31 percent in the first half of August.
South Korea’s No. 2 automaker Kia Motors Corp. again renewed its monthly sales record in México in July.
On an annual basis, retailers’ income increased 9.1 percent.
The scrub down is a result of complaints from Mazatlecans and tourists of garbage and general uncleanliness in the area.
On this date American Ambassador to México, Joel R. Poisett, offered the Mexican government five million pesos to purchase Texas. The Mexican government refused the offer but it indicated the American intentions.
In anticipation of the recommencement of classes after summer holidays, students began lining up for the free blood tests on August 19th.
Police reports state the couple, 60 and 70 years old, after receiving a telephone call on Tuesday left their home in their car and disappeared.
That fire has caused consternation among stall holders in the El Centro market.
According to the law more than 60,000 teachers in the states of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guerrero and Michoacán will have to be dismissed.