Among the over 60,000 graves are many El Paso military, and once even was the resting place of Mexican Revolutionary figure Pascual Orozco.

 

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Weekdays (Monday - Friday) at the top of the 4pm hour, join Scott Ronson, KLAQ, and Sunland Park Racetrack for a round of "Win, Place, and Go."

I will ask a trivia question about El Paso or a landmark, the first caller with the correct answer (win) will win $25.00 in lucky bucks and two Ventannas Buffet Q-pons.

The caller who comes in just behind the winner (place) will win lunch for 2 @ Ventannas Buffet.

Today's question and answer:

Q:Among the over 60,000 graves are many El Paso military, and once even was the resting place of Mexican Revolutionary figure Pascual Orozco

A: Concordia Cemetery has numerous old soldiers buried on it's grounds, and at one point also entombed Victoriano Huerta (1854-1916) and Pascual Orozco (1882-1915), two important figures in the Mexican Revolution. Huerta, a general and military dictator, served briefly as president of Mexico. His remains were eventually removed to El Paso's Evergreen Cemetery. Orozco, a Mexican Revolutionary leader wound up as a temporary resident at Concordia Cemetery before his remains were moved to the Mexican state of Chihuahua..

Congratulation to today's Win: Leo Cardona

Congratulations to today's Place: John Brown

For your chance to play Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino's "Win, Place, and Go," listen weekdays @ 4pm with Scott Ronson, and KLAQ!

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