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New 08/15/2014 Nogales U.S. Consulate Warning
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The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens about the risk of traveling to certain places in Mexico due to threats to safety and security posed by organized criminal groups in the country. 
U.S. citizens have been the target of violent crimes, such as kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery by organized criminal groups in various Mexican states. For information on security conditions in specific regions of Mexico, which can vary, travelers should reference the state-by-state assessments further below. This Travel Warning replaces the Travel Warning for Mexico, issued January 9, 2014, to update information about the security situation and to advise the public of additional restrictions on the travel of U.S. government (USG) personnel. 
This Travel Warning replaces the Travel Warning for Mexico, issued January 9, 2014, to update information about the security situation and to advise the public of additional restrictions on the travel of U.S. government (USG) personnel. 
General Conditions: 
Millions of U.S. citizens safely visit Mexico each year for study, tourism, and business, including more than 150,000 who cross the border every day. The Mexican government dedicates substantial resources to protect visitors to major tourist destinations, and there is no evidence that organized criminal groups have targeted U.S. visitors or residents based on their nationality. Resort areas and tourist destinations in Mexico generally do not see the levels of drug-related violence and crime that are reported in the border region or in areas along major trafficking routes. 
Nevertheless, U.S. travelers should be aware that the Mexican government has been engaged in an extensive effort to counter organized criminal groups that engage in narcotics trafficking and other unlawful activities throughout Mexico. The groups themselves are engaged in a violent struggle to control drug trafficking routes and other criminal activity. Crime and violence are serious problems and can occur anywhere. U.S. citizens have fallen victim to criminal activity, including homicide, gun battles, kidnapping, carjacking, and highway robbery. While many of those killed in organized crime-related violence have themselves been involved in criminal activity, innocent persons have also been killed. The number of U.S. citizens reported to the Department of State as murdered in Mexico was 71 in 2012 and 81 in 2013. 
Gun battles between rival criminal organizations or with Mexican authorities have taken place in towns and cities in many parts of Mexico. Gun battles have occurred in broad daylight on streets and in other public venues, such as restaurants and clubs. During some of these incidents, U.S. citizens have been trapped and temporarily prevented from leaving the area.Criminal organizations have used stolen cars, buses, and trucks to create roadblocks on major thoroughfares, preventing the military and police from responding to criminal activity. The location and timing of future armed engagements is unpredictable. We recommend that you defer travel to the areas specifically identified in this Travel Warning and exercise extreme caution when traveling throughout the other areas for which advisories are in effect. 

The number of kidnappings throughout Mexico is of particular concern and appears to be on the rise. According to statistics published by the Mexican Secretaria de Gobernacion (SEGOB), in 2013 kidnappings nationwide increased 20 percent over the previous year. While kidnappings can occur anywhere, according to SEGOB, during this timeframe, the states with the highest numbers of kidnappings were Tamaulipas, Guerrero, Michoac?n, Estado de Mexico, and Morelos. Additionally, according to a widely publicized study by the agency responsible for national statistics (INEGI, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography), Mexico suffered an estimated 105,682 kidnappings in 2012; only 1,317 were reported to the police. Police have been implicated in some of these incidents. Both local and expatriate communities have been victimized. Nearly 70 kidnappings of U.S. citizens were reported to the U.S. Embassy and consulates in Mexico between January and June of 2014.
U.S. citizens are encouraged to lower their personal profiles and to avoid displaying indicators of wealth such as expensive or expensive-looking jewelry, watches, or cameras. U.S. citizens are encouraged to maintain awareness of their surroundings and avoid situations in which they may be isolated or stand out as potential victims.

Kidnappings in Mexicohave included traditional, "express," and "virtual" kidnappings. Victims of traditional kidnappings are physically abducted and held captive until a ransom is paid for release. "Express" kidnappings are those in which a victim is abducted for a short time and forced to withdraw money, usually from an ATM, then released. A "virtual" kidnapping is anextortion-by-deception scheme wherein a victim is contacted by phone and convinced to isolate themselves fromfamily and friends until a ransom is paid. The victim is coerced (by threat of violence)to remain isolated and to provide phone numbers for the victim's family orloved ones. The victim's family is then contactedand a ransom for the "kidnapped" extracted. Recently, some travelers to Mexico staying at hotels as guests have been targets of such "virtual"kidnapping schemes.
Of particular safety concern are casinos, sportsbooks, or other gambling establishments and adult entertainment establishments. U.S. government personnel are specifically prohibited from patronizing these establishments in the states of Coahuila, Durango, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosi, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas.
Carjacking and highway robbery are serious problems in many parts of the border region, and U.S. citizens have been murdered in such incidents. Most victims who complied with carjackers' demands have reported that they were not physically harmed. Carjackers have shot at vehicles that have attempted to flee. Incidents have occurred during the day and at night, and carjackers have used a variety of techniques, including roadblocks, bumping/moving vehicles to force them to stop, and running vehicles off the road at high speeds. There are indications that criminals target newer and larger vehicles, especially dark-colored SUVs. However, even drivers of old sedans and buses coming from the United States have been targeted. While violent incidents can occur anywhere and at any time, they most frequently occur at night and on isolated roads. To reduce risk when traveling by road, we strongly urge you to travel between cities throughout Mexico only during daylight hours, to avoid isolated roads, and to use toll roads ("cuotas") whenever possible.

The Mexican government has deployed federal police and military personnel throughout the country as part of its efforts to combat organized criminal groups. U.S. citizens traveling on Mexican roads and highways by car or bus may encounter government checkpoints, staffed by military or law enforcement personnel. In some places, criminal organizations have erected their own unauthorized checkpoints, at times wearing police and military uniforms, and have killed or abducted motorists who have failed to stop at them. You should cooperate at all checkpoints.

The Department imposes restrictions on U.S. government employees' travel in Mexico. Since July 2010, USG employees are prohibited from driving on non-official travel from the U.S.-Mexico border to or from the interior of Mexico or Central America. One exception is that personal travel by motor vehicle is permitted on Highway 15 toll road between Hermosillo and Nogales during daylight hours.

U.S. government personnel and their families are prohibited from personal travel to all areas to which it is advised to "defer non-essential travel". When travel for official purposes is essential, it is conducted with extensive security precautions. U.S. government personnel and their families are allowed to travel for personal reasons to the areas where no advisory is in effect or where the advisory is to exercise caution. While the general public is not forbidden from visiting places categorized under "defer non-essential travel," U.S. government personnel will not be able to respond quickly to an emergency situation in those areas due to security precautions that must be taken by U.S. government personnel to travel to those areas.

For more information on road safety and crime along Mexico's roadways, see the Department of State'sCountry Specific Information.

State-by-State Assessment:

Below is a state-by-state assessment of security conditions throughout Mexico.Travelers should be mindful that even if no advisories are in effect for a given state, crime and violence can still occur. For general information about travel and other conditions in Mexico, see ourCountry Specific Information.

Aguascalientes:You should exercise caution when traveling to the areas of the state that border the state of Zacatecas, as criminal organization activity in that region continues. There is no advisory in effect for daytime travel to the areas of the state that do not border Zacatecas; however, intercity travel at night is not recommended. 
Baja California: Tijuana, Rosarito, Ensenada and Mexicali are major cities/travel destinations in the state of Baja California -Exercise caution in the northern state of Baja California, particularly at night. Criminal activity along highways and at beaches is a continuing security concern. In 2013, homicide rates in Tijuana and Rosarito increased 48 percent and 67 percent compared to the previous year, according to the Baja State Secretariat for Public Security, and both cities experienced further increases in homicide rates during the first half of 2014. While most of these homicides appeared to be targeted criminal organization assassinations, turf battles between criminal groups have resulted in violent crime in areas frequented by U.S. citizens. Shooting incidents, in which innocent bystanders have been injured, have occurred during daylight hours. 
Baja California (Sur): Cabo San Lucas and La Paz are major cities/travel destinations in the state of Southern Baja California -No advisory is in effect. 
Campeche:No advisory is in effect. 
Chiapas: San Cristobal de las Casas is a major city/travel destination in Chiapas -No advisory is in effect. 

Chihuahua: Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua City, and Copper Canyon are major cities/travel destinations in Chihuahua -Exercise caution in traveling to the business and shopping districts in the northeast section of Ciudad Juarez and its major industrial parks, and the central downtown section and major industrial parks in Chihuahua City. U.S. citizens should defer non-essential travel to other areas of these cities and anywhere else in the state of Chihuahua and travel during daylight hours between cities. In Ciudad Juarez, personal travel by U.S. government employees outside the north/central and northeast portion of the city near the Consulate General is restricted and private U.S. citizens should defer non-essential travel to those areas as well. In Chihuahua City, U.S. government personnel and their family members are permitted to travel only to the central business districts and the city's airport. Personal vehicular travel during daylight hours by U.S. government personnel and family members is authorized between Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua using the Highway 45 toll road. Although homicide rates in Ciudad Juarez have decreased markedly from a peak several years ago, the city still has one of the highest homicide rates in Mexico. Crime and violence remain serious problems throughout the state of Chihuahua, particularly in the southern portion of the state and in the Sierra Mountains, including Copper Canyon. U.S. citizens do not, however, appear to be targeted based on their nationality. 
Coahuila
:Defer non-essential travel to the state of Coahuila except the city of Saltillo, where you should exercise caution. Violence and criminal activity along the highways are continuing security concerns, particularly along the northern border between Piedras Negras and Nuevo Laredo. The state of Coahuila continues to experience high rates of violent crimes and narcotics-related murders. Criminal organizations continue to compete for territory and coveted border crossings to the United States. Violent crime, including murder, kidnapping, and armed carjacking, continues to be a concern. 
Colima:Manzanillo is a major city/travel destination in Colima 
- Defer non-essential travel to the areas of the state of Colima that border the state of Michoac?n, including the city of Tecoman. The security situation along the Michoac?n border continues to be the most unstable in the state, with gun battles occurring between rival criminal groups and with Mexican authorities. Intercity travel at night is not recommended. 

Durango:Defer non-essential travel to the state of Durango except the city of Durango, where you should exercise caution. Violence and criminal activity along the highways are a continuing security concern. Several areas in the state continue to experience high rates of violence and remain volatile and unpredictable. U.S. government personnel may not travel outside the city of Durango and must abide by a curfew of 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. within a secured venue. 
Estado de Mexico: Toluca and Teotihuacan are major travel destinations in Estado de Mexico -Defer non-essential travel to the municipalities of Coacalco, Ecatepec, Nezahualcoyotl, La Paz, Valle del Chalco, Solidaridad, Chalco, and Ixtapaluca, which are eastern portions of the greater Mexico City metropolitan area, located just to the east of the Federal District of Mexico and Benito Juarez airport, unless traveling directly through the areas on major thoroughfares. These areas have seen high rates of crime and insecurity. You should also defer non-essential travel on any roads between Santa Marta in the southeast portion of the state and Huitzilac in the state of Morelos, including the Lagunas de Zempoala National Park and surrounding areas. 
Guanajuato: San Miguel de Allende and Leon are major cities/travel destinations in Guanajuato -No advisory is in effect. 
Guerrero: Acapulco, Ixtapa, Taxco and Zihuatanejo are major cities/travel destinations in Guerrero
- Defer non-essential travel to the northwestern and southern portions of the state (the area west and south of the town of Arcelia on the border with Estado de Mexico in the north and west and south of the town of Tlapa near the border with Oaxaca), except for the cities of Acapulco, Zihuatanejo, and Ixtapa. In those cities, you should exercise caution and stay within tourist areas. You should also exercise caution and travel only during daylight hours on toll highway ("cuota") 95D between Mexico City and Acapulco. Use the toll road towards the Playa Diamante area and avoid the highway running through the city of Acapulco for travel to and from Acapulco. In Acapulco, defer non-essential travel to areas further than 2 blocks inland of the Costera Miguel Aleman Boulevard, which parallels the popular beach areas. Lodging for U.S. government personnel is limited to the "Hotel Zone" of Acapulco, beginning from the Hotel Avalon Excalibur Acapulco in the north and going south through Puerto Marquez including the Playa Diamante area. Any activity outside the Hotel Zone for U.S. government personnel is limited to the coastal area from La Quebrada to the beginning of the Hotel Zone and only during daylight hours. In general, the popular tourist area of Diamante, just south of the city, has been less affected by violence. Flying into the coastal cities in southern Guerrero remains the preferred method of travel. You should defer non-essential travel by land between Acapulco and Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa, travel to Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa only by air, and exercise caution while in Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa. If traveling by land, use toll highway 200 between Acapulco and Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa. You should also exercise caution in the northern region of Guerrero (the area north of the town of Arcelia on the border with Estado de Mexico in the north and north and east of the town of Tlapa near the border with Oaxaca). The state of Guerrero was the most violent state in Mexico in 2013, with 2,087 homicides and 207 reported cases of kidnapping, according to the Mexican Secretariado Ejecutivo Nacional de Seguridad Publica. Self-defense groups operate independently of the government in many areas of Guerrero. Armed members of these groups frequently maintain roadblocks and, although not considered hostile to foreigners or tourists, are suspicious of outsiders and should be considered volatile and unpredictable. 
Hidalgo:No advisory is in effect. 

Jalisco:Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, and Lake Chapala are major cities/travel destinations in Jalisco-Defer non-essential travel to areas of the state that border the states of Michoac?n and Zacatecas. The security situation along the Michoac?n and Zacatecas borders continues to be unstable and gun battles between criminal groups and authorities occur. Concerns include roadblocks placed by individuals posing as police or military personnel and recent gun battles between rival criminal organizations involving automatic weapons. You should exercise caution in rural areas and when using secondary highways, particularly along the northern border of the state. Except for the areas of the state that border Michoac?n, there is no advisory in effect for daytime travel within major population centers or major highways in the state of Jalisco. Intercity travel at night is not recommended. There is no recommendation against travel to Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta. There is also no recommendation against travel on principal highways in Jalisco between Guadalajara including the portions that cross into the southern portions of the state of Nayarit. 
Mexico City (also known as the Federal District):No advisory is in effect. See also the discussion in the section on Estado de Mexico for areas within the greater Mexico City metropolitan area. 

Michoac?n: Morelia is a major city/travel destination in Michoac?n- Defer non-essential travel to the state of Michoac?n except the cities of Morelia and L?zaro Cardenas and the area north of federal toll road 15D, where you should exercise caution. U.S. government employees are prohibited from traveling by land in Michoac?n except on federal toll road 15D during daylight hours. Flying into Morelia and L?zaro Cardenas is the recommended method of travel. Attacks on Mexican government officials, law enforcement and military personnel, and other incidents of organized crime-related violence, have occurred throughout Michoac?n. Federal authorities deployed some 9,000 federal security forces to Michoac?n in January 2014 to address rising insecurity, particularly in the entire western part of the state. Due to criminal activity in L?zaro Cardenas, the Mexican military assumed direct control of the port in late 2013. Government authorities incorporated some of the self-defense groups that had operated independently of the government in recent months into a new state police unit in May. Armed members of some other self-defense groups maintain roadblocks and, although not considered hostile to foreigners or tourists, are suspicious of outsiders and should be considered volatile and unpredictable. Some groups in Michoac?n are reputed to be linked to organized crime. 
Morelos: Cuernavaca is a major city/travel destination in Morelos- Exercise caution in the state of Morelos due to the unpredictable nature of organized crime violence. You should also defer non-essential travel on any roads between Huitzilac in the northwest corner of the state and Santa Marta in the state of Mexico, including the Lagunas de Zempoala National Park and surrounding areas. On August 24, 2012, two U.S. government employees were injured after being fired upon by Federal Police officers on a non-toll road north of Tres Marias, Morelos. Numerous incidents of organized crime-related violence have also occurred in the city of Cuernavaca. 
Nayarit:Defer non-essential travel to areas of the state of Nayarit that border the states of Sinaloa or Durango, as well as all rural areas and secondary highways. There is no recommendation against travel to the Vallarta-Nayarit area in the southern portion of the state known as the Riviera Nayarit, Tepic, Xalisco, and San Blas, or to principal highways in the southern portion of the state used to travel from Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta. Intercity travel at night is not recommended. 

Nuevo Leon: Monterrey is a major city/travel destination in Nuevo Leon - Defer non-essential travel to the state of Nuevo Leon except the metropolitan area of Monterrey, where you should exercise caution. Although the level of organized crime-related violence and general insecurity in Monterrey has decreased dramatically within the last 18 months, sporadic incidents of violence have occurred in the greater Monterrey area. Security services in and around Monterrey are robust and have proven responsive and effective in combating violent crimes; however, instances of violence remain a concern in the more remote regions of the state. Criminal organizations have kidnapped, and in some cases murdered, U.S. citizens, even when ransom demands are met. As a result of a Department of State assessment of the overall security situation, U.S. government personnel and their dependents may not travel outside the San Pedro Garza Garcia municipal boundaries between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., except for travel to the airport after 5 a.m. 
Oaxaca: Oaxaca, Huatulco and Puerto Escondido are major cities/travel destinations in Oaxaca -No advisory is in effect.

Puebla:No advisory is in effect. 
Queretaro:No advisory is in effect. 
Quintana Roo: Cancun, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya and Tulum are major cities/travel destinations in Quintana Roo- No advisory is in effect. 
San Luis Potosi:Defer non-essential travel to the state of San Luis Potosi, except the city of San Luis Potosi, where you should exercise caution. Violence and criminal activity along highways are continuing security concerns. U.S. government personnel may not travel outside the City of San Luis Potosi and must abide by a curfew of 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. within a secured venue. 

Sinaloa: Mazatlan is a major city/travel destination in Sinaloa -Defer non-essential travel to the state of Sinaloa except the city of Mazatlan, where you should exercise caution, particularly late at night and in the early morning. One of Mexico's most powerful criminal organizations is based in the state of Sinaloa, and violent crime rates remain high in many parts of the state. Travel off the toll roads in remote areas of Sinaloa is especially dangerous and should be avoided. We recommend that any travel in Mazatlan be limited to Zona Dorada and the historic town center, as well as direct routes to/from these locations and the airport. 

Sonora: Nogales, Puerto Penasco, Hermosillo, and San Carlos are major cities/travel destinations in Sonora -Sonora is a key region in the international drug and human trafficking trades and can be extremely dangerous for travelers. Travelers throughout Sonora are encouraged to limit travel to main roads during daylight hours. The region west of Nogales, east of Sonoyta, and from Caborca north, including the towns of Saric, Tubutama, and Altar, and the eastern edge of Sonora bordering Chihuahua, are known centers of illegal activity, and non-essential travel between these cities should be avoided. Travelers should also defer non-essential travel to the eastern edge of the state of Sonora, which borders the state of Chihuahua (all points along that border east of the northern city of Agua Prieta and the southern town of Alamos), and defer non-essential travel within the city of Ciudad Obregon and south of the city of Navojoa. You should exercise caution while transiting Vicam in southern Sonora due to roadblocks that can be instituted ad hoc by local indigenous and environmental groups. U.S. citizens visiting Puerto Pe?asco should use the Lukeville, Arizona/Sonoyta, Sonora border crossing, and limit driving to daylight hours. 

Tabasco: Villahermosa is a major city/travel destination in Tabasco -No advisory is in effect. 

Tamaulipas: Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa, and Tampico are major cities/travel destinations in Tamaulipas - Defer non-essential travel to the state of Tamaulipas. All U.S. government employees are prohibited from personal travel on Tamaulipas highways outside of Matamoros, Reynosa, and Nuevo Laredo due to the risks posed by armed robbery and carjacking, particularly along the northern border. Traveling outside of cities after dark is not recommended. While no highway routes through Tamaulipas are considered safe, the highways between Matamoros-Ciudad Victoria, Reynosa-Ciudad Victoria, Ciudad Victoria-Tampico, Monterrey-Nuevo Laredo, and Monterrey-Reynosa, are more prone to criminal activity. In Matamoros, U.S. government employees are subject to movement restrictions between midnight and 6 a.m. 
Matamoros, Reynosa, Nuevo Laredo, and Ciudad Victoria have experienced numerous gun battles and attacks with explosive devices in the past year. Violent conflicts between rival criminal elements and/or the Mexican military can occur in all parts of the region and at all times of the day. The number of reported kidnappings for Tamaulipas is among the highest in Mexico, and the number of U.S. citizens reported to the consulates in Matamoros and Nuevo Laredo as being kidnapped, abducted, or disappearing involuntarily in the first half of 2014 has also increased. In May 2014, a Mexican state and federal security initiative was announced focused on combating increased violence in the state. 
Tlaxcala:No advisory is in effect. 

Veracruz:Exercise caution when traveling in the state of Veracruz. The state of Veracruz continues to experience violence among rival criminal organizations. Mexican federal security forces continue to assist state and local security forces in providing security and combating organized crime. 
Yucatan: Merida and Chichen Itza are major cities/travel destinations in Yucatan -No advisory is in effect.
Zacatecas:Defer non-essential travel to areas of Zacatecas near the border with other Mexican states. Exercise caution in the interior of the state including the city of Zacatecas. Robberies, carjackings, and organized criminal activity remain a concern. Gun battles between criminal groups and authorities have occurred in the area of the state bordering the state of Jalisco. Extreme caution should be taken when traveling in the remainder of the state. U.S. government personnel may not travel outside the city of Zacatecas after dark and must abide by a curfew of 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. within a secured venue. 
Further Information
For more detailed information on staying safe in Mexico, please see the State Department'sCountry Specific Informationfor Mexico.

The author of this note is Gary W. Logan, Administrator for a small website, ”MexicanDoctorsDir.com,”  providing information about the dental & medical care, pharmacy drugs, restaurants, cantinas and shops. The website was started in 2006 and is basically a community service project, basically non-profit, for the people of Arizona, the U.S.A. and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.

The Nogales Safe Tourist District, right across the U.S./Mexican border is a safe place to save Money on Dental & Health Care, Pharmaceuticals, Mexican handicraft, a Mexican Dinner, a fantastic Margarita or just an inexpensive diversion from your daily routine. 

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Nogales, Sonora, Mexico
Calendar of Events 2014

Expose the beauty of Nogales woman


In pleasant fellowship among the candidates for Queen of the May Festival in both Nogales 

Omar Chiquete 
Nogales, Arizona - New Day

Queen candidates of both parties May Nogales, met at a social event at Casa Fridas, in Nogales, Arizona, where lived and shared their experiences.

Candidates of Nogales, Arizona, Paola Garza, Denisse Lara, Alexa Ifantópulos Danielle Covarrubias and Nailea Leon received aspiring queen of May Giestas Nogales, Sonora, Monserrat Wong, Daniela Ballesteros, Alondra Felix Duarte and Yurimica. 

A social event, organized by the Committee on Art and Culture of Nogales, Arizona also attended by representatives of the governments of both Nogales, supporting such events, only at the border. 

Coronation of the Queen of the May Festival in Nogales, Sonora, will be the 2nd of May, while the coronation Queen of the Festival of Nogales, Arizona, will be on May 3.

RGM May Festival Opens May 03 and Concludes May 11
Details Published on Saturday 26 April 2014, Written by Editor / The Journal

Nogales

Call Mayor Ramon Guzman to live this fair family where there are activities for everyone. With the ribbon cutting and opening remarks by Mayor Ramon Guzman Muñoz, were formally be inaugurated last night the festivities of May 2014 also known as Fiestas Flower, whose theme this year is "Live the Family Fair" which will culminate on May 11. Accompanied by municipal officials, councilors, diplomats, candidates candidates ugly queens and kings, and special guests, who gave quotes to Macro Plaza, the mayor will said he hopes to have a relaxing holiday, where people go to spend a great time in the company of his entire family. then the message of Mayor Ramon Guzman Muñoz in which invited community to enjoy healthy, the sky lit up with colored lights through the fireworks. Later submission of candidates was performed queens, who said they were ready for the competition to be held on Friday May 3. 

Al be approached by the press the Mayor said that this holiday season there is more room for fun and said the events that has been making the present municipal administration are always thinking about the Nogales families. "These parties have many important aspects such as cleaning and security for people to come and have fun healthy there are a combination entertainment for children, youth and adults, with lots of rides, and we are pleased that companies have joined with some activities to recover many traditions " said the munícipe. added that it is also activities such as competition and the Mexican song called Teatro del Pueblo. Attendees who accompanied the mayor of the City Secretary Gerardo Romero Rubio were; the ruler of Nogales, Arizona, Joe Acosta; consuls of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, Jaime Paz y Puente and Fernando Valdez Gutiérrez; Amelia Melendez coordinator parties in Nogales, Arizona; Queen of the Parties in May 2013 Maribel Basaca. councilors also attended Martha Antelo, Redondo Nidia Castillo, Orozco Xarit Cortés, Celeste Bojorquez, Elba Luz Enriquez Ramiro Mendoza and Luis Rodriguez.

Achieve fight Mayor Jose Luis Castillo
(Mayor announces Boxing Match with Jose Luis Castillo)


The tentative date is for next May 23 

Drafting 
Nogales, Sonora - New Day

Mayor Ramon Guzman Muñoz, announced in May that will feature a new b1ox in this city, with the participation of former world Lightweight champion Jose Luis Castillo and Nogales talents as Noah "El Chamaco" Lopez. 
The Mayor said that this would be the second show that takes place in Nogales, where you have the presence of renowned athlete, as it was in the first time, Jorge "El Travieso" Arce. 
The event is tentatively referred for May 23, with an interesting billboard where the son of José Luis Castillo will as well as other recognized, but most important is that you have a local boxers. 
Mayor said that what is sought is to have quality fights and attract economic benefit, for healthy people to have fun.

The Mayor Ramon Guzman Muñoz confirmed the presentation of former world champion Lightweight Jose Luis Castillo in the border next month.

 

According to the
Nogales Department of Economic Development and Tourism
NO Tourism Event Dates are Scheduled for 2014
until the completion of the renovation of Obregon Avenue--
May, June or July of 2014
We will keep you updated as soon as the Department Advises!

In the Mean Time

May we suggest a Day-Trip with Friends
to the SAFE TOURIST DISTRICT!
No Problems with Construction

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WinterFest 2013
Friday and Saturday, November 15 & 16

If you missed the fun, here's a few photos

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WinterFest 2013 in Nogales Sonora Mexico
WinterFest 2013
Saturday Agenda for the Northern Visitors


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WinterFest 2013
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Opens Fiestas Patrias 2013

The 2012-2015 Municipal Government led by Mayor Ramon Guzman Munoz opened the traditional weekend Fiestas Patrias 2013, which feature on-site activities CAADES, Elijah Street and also on the 15th will be held Cry Independence from Nogales Art Museum. 
, the traditional ribbon cutting took place at the entrance to CAADES facilities, where part of the City officials and councilors, as well as candidates for Queen of the Fiestas Patrias. 
Prior to the ribbon cutting candidates participated in a demonstration by the Avenida Obregon, this from the International Street, reaching CAADES installations, where hundreds of people waited with clubs who supported their favorites. 
During the inauguration of the municipal authority asked the Nogales go to the activities that have been prepared for the festivities, while inviting them to have fun in a calm manner, to achieve a white balance as happened in May Festival.

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“Mexico Independence day “
SEPTEMBER 13, 14, 15, 16

We commemorate the 213th anniversary. The Mexican War of Independence (1810–1821) was an armed conflict between the people of Mexico and the Spanish colonial authorities which started on September 16, 1810.

Sister cities baseball Tournament
SEPTEMBER 20, 21, 26

Nogales, Sonora and Nogales, Arizona will be held a friendly tournament by the Mexican pacific league, it will have teams like Yaquis from Ciudad Obregón, Naranjeros from Hermosillo, Mayos from Navojoa y Cañeros from los Mochis, and as special guest the Tucson Padres.

“Winter Fest 2013”
November 15, & 16

 It will take place the 2th edition of this festival that last year was a totally success, it has the propose of giving a warm welcome to all those Canadian & American Citizens that travel all the way from the north looking for warm places to stay.

 

 
 

 

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