Hooker Inn Express Rampage

Location:Behind the Hooker Inn Express near the pool area. StrategyBehind the Hooker Inn Express, you'll locate another Rampage. This one calls for death by Grenade. You have two minutes to blow up 35 gang members. The key here is maintaining distance from the gangsters. If you get too close, they could shoot you, or your Grenade blast can damage yourself! Stay on the outskirts and lob grenades in each posse. When vehicles start to show up, you can use them for extra explosion power.
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Vejraska: SCW Posses are asking residents for toys

The Sun City West Posses are always appealing to the residents for volunteers to assist in their daily duties on the streets of our community. But today, we are asking our residents to help in our annual toy drive for the children in Aguila, Arizon. Aguila is a small community in Maricopa County approximately 60 miles northwest of Sun City West and is in an economically depressed area.
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Hochschild to acquire Amarillo Gold in $164.5 million deal

Hochschild Mining PLC [HCHDF-OTCQX, HOC-LSE] has struck a $164.5 million deal to acquire Amarillo Gold Corp. [AGC-TSXV, AGCBF-OTCQB] by way of a plan of arrangement. Under the deal, each share of Amarillo will be exchanged for 40 cents cash and one share of a new Brazil-focused exploration company called Lavras Gold Corp. Lavras SpinCo will be capitalized with $10 million cash and will hold the Lavras do Sul gold project in southern Brazil.
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Hochschild signs definitive agreement to acquire Amarillo Gold

In addition, shareholders of Amarillo will receive shares in a newly formed company, Lavras Gold Corp., which will hold a stake in the Lavras do Sul project, CAN$10 million of cash, and a 2.0% net smelter revenue royalty on certain exploration properties owned by Amarillo and located outside the current Posse resource and mine plan at Amarillo’s Mara Rosa property. The net acquisition cost to Hochschild, including the cash offer, cash provided to Lavras Gold Corp. and Amarillo’s net cash as at 30 September 2021, is estimated to be CAN$135 million.

Six Badgers recognized in list of Wisconsin’s most influential Latino leaders for 2021

Six UW–Madison alumni were recognized by Madison365 last week as being among the “Most Influential Latino Leaders” list for 2021. A nonprofit online news publication, Madison365 has published annual power lists recognizing Wisconsin leaders from different racial and ethnic groups since 2015. The purpose of the lists is to “highlight the beauty of the diversity across our state” and lift up role models for Wisconsin’s young people, according to Henry Sanders, Jr., co-founder, publisher and chief executive officer of Madison365.

Hochschild Mining to purchase Amarillo Gold for $105m

Hochschild Mining has agreed to acquire the issued and outstanding shares of Brazil-focused Amarillo Gold in a $105.8m (C$135m) deal. Under the agreement, Hochschild will pay $0.31 (C$0.40) in cash for each share of Amarillo, which owns the Posse gold project in Brazil. In addition, Amarillo shareholders will receive shares...

Hochschild to buy Amarillo Gold for Posse

Hochschild will pay C40c per share, a 78% premium over Amarillo's Monday closing price. The premium may sound high but the company views the deal as being relatively cheap at about 0. Dig even deeper with a premium subscription for access to annual reports from the Mining Journal Intelligence department.
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Hochschild Mining expands into Brazil with Amarillo acquisition

(Alliance News) - Hochschild Mining PLC on Tuesday announced the acquisition of Amarillo Gold Corp, the owner of the Posse gold project in Brazil, for an expected net cost of CAD135 million, around USD105.6 million. "The acquisition of Amarillo enhances the company's project pipeline and is the result of a...

Did the Zodiac Killer Lead a Bomb-Making, Bear-Slaying Youth ‘Posse?’

The same group that announced it had solved the Zodiac Killer mystery last month now says it has uncovered his cadre of trained young followers, the New York Post reports. According to Thomas J. Colbert, the author and former Hard Copy staffer who leads the Case Breakers investigative team, the cryptic murderer who slew at least five in the Bay Area in the late 1960s was all along a housepainter named Gary Poste. And what’s more, Colbert told the Post, the Groveland-based Air Force vet led a squad of “wayward boys” he turned into “killing machines,” teaching them to construct explosives and trap bears.