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Death Dressed In Gold

By Noelia Esquivel - Colaboradora

A little over a year ago, a bullet pierced the head of Eleodoro Ramírez and took his life. He was killed while looking for gold that would...

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Health

The Before, During and After of Staying Hydrated While Surfing

Those of us who practice water sports often don’t realize how much we sweat. That can lead us to...

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Lifestyle

Just a Board and Some Rope

Every morning I am grateful to walk on beautiful Samara Beach with my little border collie.  We...

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Health

Street Meat: The Reality Behind the Flavor

It’s undeniable: The...

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Health

5 Superfoods You Must Have in Your Kitchen

When we hear the word superfoods, our first thought is that they are...

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Flamingo Fishermen Seek Agreement with Developers of New Marina To Keep Operating

By Andrea Rodríguez Valverde - andrea@vozdeguanacaste.com

The Playa Flamingo Fishermen’s Association is seeking to sign at least 13 agreements with the developers of the Flamingo Marina in order...

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What You Need to Know About the Up Coming Vote on Nosara

By Noelia Esquivel - Contributor

On June 3, Nicoyans will vote on whether or not they agree with Nosara becoming administratively independent from the City of...

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Burning Land Damages Soils, Crops and Human Health

By Wilberth Villalobos - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

Burning pastures or crops before planting is counterproductive. Not only does the land become less fertile, but the toxic particles can end up...

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PAC Wins Presidential Elections in Guanacaste With Four Times the Amount of Support it Had in the First Round

By María Fernanda Cruz - mariafernanda@vozdeguanacaste.com

The new president of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, got 60,000 Guanacastecas who didn’t support him in the first round to...

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Electric Cars Move Slowly Toward Guanacaste’s Streets

By Noelia Esquivel - Colaboradora

In January, President Luis Guillermo Solis signed the...

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Food That Tastes Like Home

By Andrea Rodríguez Valverde - andrea@vozdeguanacaste.com

Upon entering the El Fogón de Juana restaurant, you have to scream loudly: Hello! because all the cooks are at the wood-burning...

Community

AyA Will Regulate Illegal Water Well and Marbella’s Aqueducts

By Wilberth Villalobos - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

The Costa Rica Aqueduct and Sewer Institute (AyA) will take control of an illegal water well and two rural aqueducts in the coastal...

Community

100 Guanacastecan Women Will Receive Free Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices

By Noelia Esquivel - Contributor

Some 100 women in Guanacaste will be beneficiaries of copper IUDs, a contraceptive device that is inserted in the uterus to...

Community

Nicoya City Hall Closes Slaughterhouse After Four Years of Not Charging Rent

By Noelia Esquivel - Contributor

Nicoya’s local government closed the city slaughterhouse after four...

Sports

The Crisis of the Liberia’s Soccer Team

By Wilberth Villalobos - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

The Municipal Liberia soccer team is facing its biggest financial and sporting crisis since it joined the first division of the national league,...

This is How Plastics Kill our Sea Species

By Wilberth Villalobos - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

Have you ever wondered where the top of the pen ends up when it runs out of ink? Much of the...

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“The Magic of Nicoya in a Jar”

By Andrea Rodríguez Valverde - andrea@vozdeguanacaste.com

It all started in 2016 as a project for their major in international trade and business at the National University. Today, it’s a 100%...

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Challenge Your Physical and Mental Strength Climbing in Nosara

By César Arroyo - foto@vozdeguanacaste.com

I am 13 meters high and about to push myself through one last movement to finish the route. My next destination is a piece of porous, green...

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Nicoya City Hall Reduces Paper Use by 92% in Construction Application Processes

By Noelia Esquivel - Contributor

How much paper do you think each city hall accumulates, considering the number of application procedures that it performs every...

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Photo of the week

I wanted to capture the sunset in a different way, look for those details that often go unnoticed, with a bit of luck I could capture the light of the sunset slipping into the beautiful mangrove of Buena Vista, Playa Samara.

by Adrian Fonseca
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