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The Mazatlan Messenger reviews this week’s movie selections including Captain America: Civil War starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., and Scarlett Johansson.
On this date the war between Vietnam and the United States ended after 15 years.
Mazatlán lifeguards are watching the beaches for the arrival of another “mar de fondo” ocean phenomenon.
Schools will be closed on Thursday, 5 de Mayo, for celebrations.
The public security director stated his agents will patrol the orchards and asks the workers to also watch for thefts.
By a voice vote on Thursday the United States Senate confirmed Roberta Jacobson.
The head of SEP took the opportunity to criticize members of the SNTE who tried to disrupt the press conference.
Because of the lower oil prices it is necessary for México to adjust its public finances.
1.8 percent of the population between the ages of eight and 17 cannot read or write.
Secretary of Economic Development predicted the inauguration could be delayed one or two months due to problems with the gas pipeline route in Sonora and Chihuahua.
The heart was severely malformed providing insufficient oxygen for the two babies.
WestJet will fly to Mazatlán for ten months of the year instead of six in the 2016-17 winter season.
Mazatlán’s Secretary of Municipal Public Security has called on residents to take advantage of modern technology.
Wal-Mart de México (Walmex) reported that its net profit rose 30 percent on over last year during the first quarter.
In March the trade balance recorded a surplus of $155 million.