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    Human Skull Found in Morazán Park

    The Costa Rican News (TCRN) – In San Jose around 12:30 this afternoon, one of the Parque Morazan sweepers found a human skull in...

    Alajuela Becomes a Bike-Friendly City

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The City Council of Alajuela as had declared the province as "Bike-Friendly", so they will now prioritize resources...

    Alajuela Invests in Infrastructure and Culture Centers for the Upcoming Women’s World Cup

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The mayor of Alajuela, Robert Thompson, told the press that in preparation of the World Women's Under-17  Cup,...

    Alerts on Social Media Allows Relocation of a Crocodile in Manuel Antonio

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A crocodile that caused concern among traders and tourists from Manuel Antonio National Park was relocated by officials...

    From Dogs to Pigs – Free Animal Clinic Provides Health Care to Over 200...

    Marcia Banes, TheCostaRicaNews.com Nosara- Despite the fact she was about to lose her leg, the small black dog looked at peace as she lay on...
    Grey Crowned Red-backed Squirrel Monkey (Mono Titi)

    Titi Conservation Alliance: Sustainable Development and Conservation in Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Region

    TCRN Regional Correspondent: Katrina Palmer Manuel Antonio's cocktail party for the Mono Titis! Celebrating local sustainability, the Titi Conservation Alliance and members of the Quepos/Manuel Antonio...

    Tradicional Costa Rican Painting Courses In Nosara

    “My dream is to begin an art movement” says artist Fernando Matamoros By Deborah Brackman Nosara- During the month of August Fernando Matamoros, a well-known professional...

    Public schools: Expanding Curriculum, Broadening Horizons

    By Ashley Steyaert Nosara- The children of all eight public schools in the Nosara area now have the means to expand their education through one...

    Renovating the Carbon 1 School

    The small school of Carbon 1 and its students and parents have partnered with generous group of women from North America called “Women Like...

    Nothing is Impossible!

    Nothing is Impossible reads the new hand painted sign as you enter the grounds of the Puerto Viejo Grade School. Looking around one begins to...

    Sámara’s Sub-Par Police Station To Be Relocated… But Where To?

    Sámara’s Chamber of Tourism (CASATUR) and Integral Development Association have joined forces and put in to motion the first plans to change the location...

    Aqueduct Project in Alta Talamanca

    In February the Talamancan Association of Eco-tourism and Conservation (ATEC) raised over $2,000 from local and international businesses and individuals to build an aqueduct...
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