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Five Kilos of Cocaine Found Abandoned In Nosara
The touristic police of Nosara were contacted after a strange looking package was found lying near the dump. According to Jason Vargas, chief of tourist police in Nosara, a call was recevied on Sunday September 25 at about 5:15 pm.
Nicoyanos Celebrated the National Holiday to Beating Drums, Parades and Plenty of Sunshine
The civic holiday was celebrated in a big way this September 15th, as our country commemorated 190 years of Independence. The scorching sun accompanied students during the traditional parade, which started in front of La Anexión Hospital, extending for approximately 600 meters and ending up in Nicoya's park, where the patriotic feelings emerged on every corner.
Samara asks District Attorney for More Police
On Friday afternoon, September 9th Aymee Caravaca, The Chief Prosecutor and District Attorney for Guanacaste, visited Samara to meet with community members who are requesting more police presence in Samara area. The meeting took place at Intercultura at 1 p.m. and lasted about 3 hours.
Three Months Pretrial Detention for Suspect in Case of High School Student's Poisoning Death
The primary suspect in the assault and poisoning death of a 17 year highschool student from Santa Teresa, Nosara has been sentenced to three months of custody on suspicion of guilt.
Recycling Improvements on the Horizon for Nicoya Canton
The future of recycling for Nicoya Canton, including Samara, was the topic on the table during a meeting convened by Mayor Marcos Jimenez at the Municipality in Nicoya on Friday, September 2. Ceprona Foundation has been contracted as a consulting firm to develop a complete recycling program for the canton, as required by Law 8839, Integral Management of Residues which was approved a year ago.
Costa Rica: Number one in worldwide use of agrochemicals
In reference to the environment, Costa Rica paints itself green, like a fresh broccoli, before the International community. However, the oppressing presence of insecticides in its agriculture tears down that image, which is converging into the path of myth.
Above Average Rainfall Forecasted for September and October
After an early start in May and above average rainfall in June and July, we enjoyed a break in the rains at the end of July and beginning of August, but that's all it was — a break. Now the onslaught of rainstorms (including thunder to make you jump out of your seat) is back and predicted to be above average this year, although not quite as bad as last year.
New Library for Nicoya
In 2012, the city of Nicoya is set to have a brand new public library fully equipped with wireless internet access and an extensive, bilingual selection of books. Spaces for children, youth, adults who seek quiet, a multi-purpose hall and a space for workshops and meetings are included in the design.
Nicoya Digs a New Grave
The days are numbered for Nicoya's old dilapidated cemetery. The committee formed to purchase property for the replacement cemetery is well on its way to closing a deal.
Work on Nosara River to be done in stages
Work to begin by the airport and the Los Angeles neighborhood
It looks like some work on the Nosara River in response to a resolution issued in July 2009 by the Constitutional Court may finally begin in December. The work will be done in stages budgeted at 300 million colones ($600,000) for each stage. This is an approach different from the single large dike project costing 1,600-million-colones ($3,200,000) that was proposed in February 2011.
CASATUR of Samara welcomes eight new members
CASATUR was hoping to add four new members to its board of directors in a meeting held on Tuesday, August 23 in the community hall, but eight community members volunteered to work with the organization that works to promote tourism and community development in Samara.