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Book Presentation at the Mexican Consulate

gomez zepeda book
gomez zepeda book

SACRAMENTO, CA– The  Consulate General of Mexico has invited author Ignacio Gomez Zepeda to do a presentation of his books “Las haciendas del sexto cantón de Jalisco en 1825″; “La silla presidencial”; and “Historia gráfica de El Grullo”  on November 10th, 2011, at 6:00 pm, at 2093 Arena Boulevard, Sacramento, California, 95834.

“Ignacio Gomez Zepeda has published fifteen works on irrigation and agronomy issues. But his great passion is the history of the region where he was born, “ Said a representative of The Consulate General of Mexico.

He has dedicated eleven books to his birthplace region of El Grullio, Jalisco, such as: “Memorias de un soñador”; “Historia del Valle del Grullo”; “Historia del Valle de Unión de Tula“;  and “Historia del Valle de Limón”.

For further information call 916 329 3520

Nuevo Centro de ayuda Hipotecaria intenta ayudar a toda la región

Por Mayra Barrios

SACRAMENTO, CA -La  Asociación  Nacional Federal de Hipotecas conocida como en ingles como Fannie Mae se asoció con la organización sin fines de lucro NeighborWorks  para abrir un Centro de Ayuda Hipotecaria en Sacramento con el fin de ayudar a los propietarios de viviendas en todo el Valle de San Joaquín.

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Aeromexico Inagurates Direct Flight Between Sacramento, CA and Guadalara Mexico.

Illustration by Ra

Sacramento, CAAeromexico, one of Mexico’s leading global airlines announced a new flight from Sacramento’s International Airport to Guadalajara Mexico beginning in July 16th. Continue reading

Mexican Consulate Opens Its Doors to Students

By Mayra Barrios ( bw) — Sacramento, CA The Mexican Consul, Carlos Gonzales Gutierrez, met on Monday with university students in an open forum at the recently established Mexican Consulate site in Sacramento. Continue reading

Lower Sacramento Road Construction

STOCKTON, CA —  Road construction can be a hassle when it is a surprise. Prepare for road construction to begin within the next two weeks that connect Grider Way to Whistler Way, between Lower Sacramento Road and Davis Road. The construction is part of a 3 location undertaking with the North Stockton Railroad Grade Separations project. Continue reading


Bilingual Weekly

SACRAMENTO, CA– Assemblymember Cathleen Galgiani (D-Livingston) named Stockton City Councilmember Susan Talamantes Eggman as the 17th Assembly District’s Woman of the YearContinue reading

Mexican Consulate triples its area

Sacramento, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Until two weeks ago to visit the Mexican Consulate in Sacramento was not only inconvenient but expensive. Continue reading

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