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  1. Garden Guru: Copper Canyon daisy offers olfactory experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SavannahNow

    A t the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens it is the Copper Canyon daisy that is guaranteed to put all visitors under a spell from the smell. It happens on a regular basis.


  2. Monarchy Resources to Change Name to Monarchy Ventures Inc.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Sys-Con Media

    ... ore processing and refining company focusing on expanding its production of gold and silver in Chihuahua, Mexico. NWM has three operational mines in Mexico. This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, ...


  3. Rodriguez Impresses at Central American and ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Penn State Athetlics

    Penn State junior swimmer Melissa Rodriguez (Chihuahua, Mexico) participated in the Central American and Caribbean Games from Nov. 15-20 in Veracruz, Mexico. Rodriguez, who was competing for Mexico, collected three gold medals, one silver medal and ...


  4. Protests over missing students turn violent in MexicoRead the original story

    Thursday |

    Protests over the abduction and apparent killing of 43 students in Mexico turned violent Thursday, as protesters blocked roads and hurled crude bombs at the police. The protests happened on a day when Mexico marked the 104th anniversary of the 1910 revolution.


  5. International Northair Mines Ltd. Changes Name to Northair Silver...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Market Wire

    International Northair Mines Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has changed its name to Northair Silver Corp. effective today with the trading symbol for the common shares to remain "INM" on the TSX Venture Exchange. "The name change to Northair Silver Corp. reflects the Company's renewed focus and technical progress on our flagship La Cigarra silver project in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico," said Andrea Zaradic, President & CEO of Northair.


  6. Man kills friend, cuts off his penis and feeds it to dog: Confesses to copsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 |

    Man kills his friend, cuts his penis off and feeds it to his dog. With friends like these, who needs enemies? A man turned himself into police as guilt got the best of him after killing his best friend then cutting off his penis and feeding it to his dog.


  7. NMU announces first men's swimming recruits since 1980Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | WLUC-TV Negaunee

    ... for the reignited men's swimming and diving team at NMU. Josh Cosgrove (Bury, U.K.), Esteban Gutierrez (Chihuahua, Mexico) and Nathan Rotundo (Marquette, Mich.) signed National Letters of Intent to swim for NMU in what will be the first season since ...


  8. Drunk Man Kills His Best Friend, Chops Off His Dick, and Feeds It to DogRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Gawker

    Mario Alberto Lizalde Reyes turned himself into Chihuahua, Mexico police the day after he allegedly shot his best friend Mario Hernandez Banda dead, cut off his penis, and fed the severed organ to his dog. According to Central European News , Reyes, 25, told police in his taped confession that the two were walking his dog together, both drunk, when Banda, 24, apparently tried touching Reyes "in a sexual way."


  9. Volaris growing faster in US than in Mexico; has 23% of domestic market with fleet of 50 AirbusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 |

    In July, Volaris launched two new routes to Denver in Colorado, first from Guadalajara and then from Chihuahua. Celebrating the event are: Volaris CEO Enrique Beltranena; Denver Airport CEO Kim Day; and Denver Mayor Michael B Hancock.


  10. Drunk man shot his best friend and chopped off his PENISRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Mail on Sunday

    Drunk man shot his best friend and chopped off his PENIS before feeding it to his dog because he was touched 'in a sexual way' A drunk man shot his best friend before chopping off the victim's penis and feeding it to his dog because he had been touched 'sexually'. Mario Alberto Lizalde Reyes, 25, had been walking his dog with lifelong friend Mario Hernandez Banda, 24, when the two men started arguing.


  11. Man kills friend, then cuts off penis and feeds it to dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | New York Daily News

    Mario Alberto Lizalde Reyes said he and pal Mario Hernandez Banda were drunk and walking Reyes' dog when Banda tried to touch him 'in a sexual way.' Reyes said he then shot Banda and cut off his genitals, which he eventually gave to his dog.


  12. New Mexico exports to Mexico exceed $1B for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Las Cruces Sun-News

    ... as we increase trade with Mexico, our most natural trading partner." In 2012, Secretary Barela and his Chihuahua, Mexico counterpart signed an MOU agreeing to promote trade and commerce between the two states. Governor Martinez and Chihuahua ...


  13. Drunk shot best friend, cut his penis off and fed it to his dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 |

    Mario Reyes said he carried out the brutal killing because Alberto Reyes 'had tried to touch him in a sexual way' A drunk shot his best pal in the head before chopping off his penis and feeding it to his dog . But he was so overcome with guilt after the 'punishment' killing he handed himself in to police as soon as he sobered up.


  14. Immigration lawyers prepare for Obama immigration executive orderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    ... a huge impact on our state. "I hope that [Obama] goes big," said Mexican national Karla Molinar, who left Chihuahua, Mexico for New Mexico with her family when she was 13 years old, and who has since overstayed her travel visa. She arrived in New ...


  15. Yucatan News: Pedestrians and PilgrimagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Yucatan Living

    Please drive carefully between now and December 28. The Guadalupanas are on the highways and will be in the streets as they enter and leave the cities. The busiest day will, of course, be December 12 , but that will simply be the beginning of their return home, so it is important to continue driving with great care and attention.


  16. Mexico's murderous alliance of state, the army and the drug cartelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | The Raw Story

    When the cycle comes around to commemorate the spectacles of 1968 in Chicago, Paris or Prague, few people outside Mexico remember that the real bloodbath that year was in Mexico City. It is not the hands wearing black gloves held aloft by American athletes at the Olympics that year, but the white gloves of the army's Olympia Brigade, which fired upon crowds of students and families in the Tlatelolco district of Mexico City, killing 350 people in cold blood, that will be recalled.


  17. Perez outlasts Quinonez in wild UFC 180 boutRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The London Free Press

    ... Latin America featherweight title was some sort of wrestler vs. striker showdown, but Rodriguez, from Chihuahua, Mexico, won the fight with the sort of well-rounded performance that's becoming more and more expected from modern fighters. While ...


  18. Tired and Angry, Mexico's Protests Show No Signs of AbatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Foreign Policy

    Mexico is in crisis. In recent weeks, tens of thousands of furious protestors have taken to the streets of cities across the country, bloodying police and causing the shut down of the airport in Acapulco, even setting the door of the ceremonial presidential palace ablaze.


  19. New self-guided tour helps prepare immigrants for citizenship testRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 |

    ... Center brought students who are preparing for the citizenship test to the event. Arvizo, a native of Chihuahua, Mexico, said there is value in such tours and cited her experience when she visited the Betsy Ross House. "I remember the first time they ...


  20. 'We believe our children are alive'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 |

    The parents of 43 missing students began a protest tour of Mexico on Thursday, rejecting claims their sons were slaughtered in a crime rattling the nation and its leaders. Hundreds of people marched in support as a convoy of buses left with families and dozens of fellow students in Ayotzinapa, home of the missing young men's leftwing teacher-training college in the southern state of Guerrero.