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    “Smart School" Reaches Costa Rican Classrooms

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica has the first two digital classrooms in Central America and the Caribbean, at the Lyceum Julio...

    Costa Rica’s Dry Season Remains Hot and Parched

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Cloudy conditions and possible isolated showers are possible in the mornings or evenings this weekend in the Caribbean...

    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...

    Sixteenth Century Spanish Necklaces Excavated in Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Ricardo Velasquez, National Museum archaeologist, reported that two Spanish necklaces were found in an Indian burial site in...

    Costa Rica’s Palmares Carnival Will Begin Early at 4pm on Friday

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Everything is ready for this Friday when all hips will move to the rhythm of Carnival Palmares, which...

    New Bird Species Recorded on Cocos Island

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The magic of Isla del Coco National Park never stops and the Ornithological Association of Costa Rica has...

    Costa Rican Presidential Candidates Hit the Streets for Supporters

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - This Saturday was a day of picketing, house to house visits, political rallies and other campaign activities in...

    Claro and Telefónica Instal Internet in Costa Rican Rural Schools

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Claro and Telefónica companies won a contract to install broadband in schools in rural communities in the north...

    Ocean Mall Will Become the First Major Shopping Mall in Puntarenas

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)- Ocean Mall is one of the 35 shopping centers that are being built in Costa Rica. If all goes...

    Protest March Against Chinchilla during Annexation of Nicoya

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - At 10:10 am on July 25th a group of social organizations and around 2000 people began the formerly...

    $34 million Invested in a New Bulk Port Central Pacific Costa Rica

    The government and a private consortium this week gave the starting signal for the construction of a bulk port in the Pacific of Costa...

    Epsy Campbell Talks Transparency in Costa Rica Politics

    Costa Rica News - Campbell Epsy is touring the country in a mobile home and has a communications agency that will work her image...

    Annual Jaco Costa Rica Fiestas Kicks Off

    The Annual Jaco Costa Rica Fiestas kicked off this year from December 7 - 9, and will continue the weekend of 14th thru to...

    Coco Island Costa Rica still Threatened by Poachers

    Cocos Island Costa Rica is a renowned National Park and is a World Heritage Site and is one of the country's richest in terms...

    Small Energy Producers to Reduce Prices and Help Environment

    Costa Rica needs to diversify energy markets to allow small producers to participate, which would open the doors to growth and innovation, that would...

    New Tourism Chamber Seeks to Strengthen Lake Arenal Tenorio Corridor

    The creation of a new Costa Rica tourism chamber aims to strengthen, promote and encourage sustainable tourism in the Lake Arenal Tenorio Corridor. This...

    Liberia Airport Costa Rica One of the New Coolest Airport Terminals in the World

    Flying into Guanacaste Costa Rica has become a more enjoyable experience for visitors since the new terminal at the Daniel Oduber International Airport in...

    Costa Rica Surfing Favorite Wins 3rd Straight

    Jaco Beach - Costa Rican surfer Jair Perez Jaco Beach local, won his third consecutive surfing content this past weekend in Esterillos. Jair, first...

    Rain, Rain, Won’t Go Away

    by Arianna McKinney In 2009, locals worried about droughts and water shortages because of the low amount of rainfall in the “winter” months. 2010 is...

    Bridges Continue Being Overlooked

    by Oliver Pérez It seems that the 12 bridges along the road that connects Nicoya with Samara Beach will continue to be ignored by the...

    Elkhart, Indiana youth rotary works in the library

    by Beverly Kitson The 22nd of June saw the arrival of six recent high school grads representing the Youth Program of the Elkhart, Indiana Rotary...

    Newly Installed 3G Tower A ‘Trade-Off’ for Nosara Area Real Estate

    By Ashley Steyaert On Tuesday, June 8th, ICE installed a new telecommunications tower providing coverage across a circumference of 3 kilometers from its base on...

    New Spanish School in Nosara offer courses for foreign residents

    By Marcia Banes “I don’t speak Spanish” is a phrase that you might expect to hear in Nosara from a visiting Tourist, but it is...
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