Coffee & Headlines • April 29, 2023

From today’s broadcast:


Governor Alfaro attends closure of Scholas Occurrentes program for teenagers.

Alfaro reopens El Salado Estuary.

Visits to the El Salado Estuary will be free for the foreseeable future. Visit their Facebook page for reservations.

“I won’t allow more street closures,” says the governor regarding the vehicle verification center.

Sonora Governor Alfonso Durazo proposes a 74 kilometer bridge connecting Baja California with the mainland.


A more detailed schedule of performances is revealed by the Folkloric Dance Festival in a press conference.

Meet the largest marshmallow in the world.


May 18: Save the date for our yet-to-be-determined next music appreciation presentation!


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