Archive for: June, 2016

En un mes abren los carriles del Boulevard y el Libramiento

BOULEVARD Glorieta El Pípila

Por Jesús Aguado El Boulevard de la Conspiración así como la ampliación a cuatro carriles de glorieta El Pípila al Malanquín, abrirían en un mes, sin embargo viene el trabajo más complicado. Las obras de reconstrucción en estas vías de comunicación comenzaron en enero y aunque se habló de que se concluirían en 300 días [...]

En Guanajuato, matrimonio igualitario

Ken y Joey, foto por Charley Smith

Por Jesús Aguado Guanajuato, fue “Tierra de Oportunidades” durante seis años. Sin embargo personas homosexuales no se han sentido integrados pues entre otras cosas, no han podido contraer matrimonio con personas del mismo sexo, lo que ellos alegan debería ser un derecho. Ahora, la diputada Elena Govea plantea que no se puede negar la homosexualidad [...]

Hearts Beating Behind the Law

P Ken and Joey foto por Charley Smith

By Jesús Aguado For six years, Guanajuato was the “Land of Opportunity.” However, among other issues, homosexuals did not find in the state government’s slogan the opportunity to marry persons of the same gender, which they want as a right. In the Mexican Republic In Mexico, no statistics exist on how many lesbians, gay, bisexual, [...]

El héroe que ganaron los sanmiguelenses

POLICIA David Morales

Por Atención San Miguel Se rindió homenaje al colega caido. En palabras del alcalde Villarreal “homenaje a un hombre que entregó su vida por los sanmiguelenses. Un hombre honorable que garantizó una mejor vida a los habitantes de esta ciudad”. Dio el pésame a Ana María, esposa de David Morales Bárcenas y a Evelyn, su [...]

No está jugando al Face, está desaparecida

WEB Desaparecida2

Por Atención San Miguel En el Ministerio Público se encuentra la carpeta de investigación 955/2016 por la desaparición de Rosario, una joven madre de 26 años que “hace 23 días salió a la tienda para comprar algunas cosas” y ya no regresó. Por ello, en redes sociales se convocó a una marcha para pedir que [...]

Guide for Rainy Days

By Jade Arroyo People who live in San Miguel often have a fascination with the rain. In this land of dry desert weather, this vital fluid is received with great joy. However, it changes the plan for activities. And if you look intently when it rains, the city seems different. Here’s a little guide for [...]

Booklovers

By Jade Arroyo “Of the various instruments of man, the most striking is undoubtedly the book. Others are extensions of the body. But the book is something else: the book is an extension of its memory. …That’s the book and something else too: the imagination. For what is our past but a series of dreams? [...]

When Everybody Seems to Mumble

Personal Health By Nancy Johnston Hall, illustration by Kathy Grantham All joking aside, age-related hearing loss can range from a minor irritation to a serious handicap. “Everyone mumbles,” is one of the first complaints of someone with undiagnosed hearing loss. This is because high frequencies are usually the first to go. But hearing loss can [...]

Too Many Days at the SPA

From the SPA By Megan Gabel As a no-kill shelter, the SPA provides food, veterinary care, and a safe place for our cats and dogs (about 100) until they are adopted. Sometimes, that turns out to be a long-term commitment. Three dogs have been our residents for far too many days. To become part of [...]

Grandmothers of the World Unite!

The Computer Corner Just for the record, I am proud to be a Windows fan boy. I am among the 90 percent plus of computer users who have voted with their pocketbooks to make Microsoft Windows the overwhelming favorite computer operating system on the planet. While I really love the Windows product, over the last [...]

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