Day

February 3, 2017
Mexico’s health ministry has confirmed the first case of a Zika-related severe birth defect known as microcephaly. The ministry said in a statement Friday that the child was premature and died at birth. It was born to a 25-year-old woman from the southern state of Oaxaca on Nov. 5, 2016. The ministry says it took...
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Mexico’s peso has improbably been the world’s top-performing currency since Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, and an increasing number of emerging market fund managers said it could rebound further from its nosedive following the U.S. election. Even before its inauguration comeback, a number of emerging market fund managers were betting that the peso had seen its...
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Mexican bakery magnate Lorenzo Servitje has died at the age of 98 after building his Grupo Bimbo into an international snack and baked-goods empire that acquired brands like Entenmann’s, Thomas’, Freihofer’s and Stroehmann. Grupo Bimbo said Servitje died Friday in Mexico City, but did not mention the cause of death. The head of Mexico’s Business...
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It’s time to get excited as we welcome of the return of The Taste of Lo de Marcos for its Fourth annual Fundraising Event in Lo De Marcos. The Taste of Lo De Marcos will be held Sunday, the 19th of February 2017 with a Kermes (a party to raise funds) from 3:00 until 8:00 pm at...
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Once again San Pancho will be hosting their 3-day Music Festival, now in it’s 17th year. The Festival will be held Friday, Feb. 24th through Sunday, Feb. 26th in San Pancho’s Plaza del Sol. As in recent years the Festival will feature regional, national and international artists on two alternating stages providing continuous entertainment. The...
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