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Working Mothers Who Break The Mold

By Andrea Rodríguez - periodista@vozdeguanacaste.com

Samuel was just two months old when his mother, Greylim Matarrita, took the English exam for the eighth time. It was all she needed to get her high school diploma and be able to provide a better life for her son.

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92 Same-sex Couples in Guanacaste Receive Social Security Benefits

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

The head of statistics at Nicoya’s regional health service, Jorge Ruiz, remembers the boom after receiving a request for social security from a same-sex couple in 2015.

 

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Prosecutor’s Office Investigates Five Mayors in Guanacaste for Alleged Crimes

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

The mayors of Nicoya, Santa Cruz, Liberia, and Nandayure are under investigation by the Prosecutor’s Office after being accused of crimes such as illicit gain, abuse of authority, influence peddling, and even sexual abuse.

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What Does “Annexation” Mean?

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

The word anexión, or annexation, is synonymous with the traditional celebrations of July 25th, of the cry “Of the fatherland by our will,” when Guanacaste decided to become part of Costa...

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Vote for The Voice of Guanacaste to be named the most important social innovation in Latin America

By Staff The Voice of Guanacaste

We are pleased and excited because ...

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SENARA’s New Project Promises More Water For Farmers But Leaves Good Use in the Farmers’ Hands

By Roberto Cruz

A new $500 million project by the National Service of...

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Advertorial - Don’t Know How to Save Energy? Hire El Eléctrico

By El Eléctrico

High electricity costs are a problem both for Costa Rican residents and businesses. Just thinking about installing air conditioning in a house is enough to make you imagine the electric bill that you’ll have to...

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Editorial: Denying Public Information Is Illegal

By Staff La Voz de Guanacaste

The information that public employees work with is, by definition, public: any document, Excel sheet, file, or internal memo should be given to any citizen who asks for it without any type of barrier, regardless of why he or she needs it.

So why do our public workers,...

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Subway Will Open Restaurants in Santa Cruz and Nicoya

By Sara Quesada - Colaboradora

One year after KFC arrived in Nicoya, the international restaurant chain Subway confirmed that it will open...

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Guanacaste’s Communities Resolves Issues With Streets Without Waiting for Institutions

By Wilberth Villalobos Castrillo - wilberth@vozdeguanacaste.com

When the Integral Development Association (in Spanish, ADI) of Matambú indigenous reserve realized that no institution was going to repair the road between Nicoya and Hojancha via Hondores,...

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Researchers develop an inexpensive method to measure how much water Guanacaste has left

By Bernardo Montes de Oca - Correspondent

A group of scientists with Proyecto FuturAgua in Guanacaste have designed an instrument that measures how much water there is in local river basins and that costs 80% less than the second-cheapest equipment on the market.

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