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Daily Archives: October 13, 2010
Oregon is one of 14 U.S. states that allows its citizens to use marijuana for medical purposes. But they can’t legally buy the drug. They have to grow it themselves or find a caregiver to grow it for them.
Like a mushroom, Hurricane Paula has popped up along the Central American coast. The storm seems to be far enough north so as not to be an indirect threat to Costa Rica.
An organization that fights corporate wrongdoing is looking for consultants in Costa Rica. The organization is the Anti-Corruption Alliance, which seeks to encourage and help those who would be whistleblowers about corporate bribery and corruption. Individuals who report such criminal … Continue reading
Regarding Tom Ploskina’s letter to the editor, subscribers to ICE’s Kolbi wireless service on Osa peninsula are also suffering continually degrading service.
The good news is that specialists finished their work Tuesday on Ruta Nacional 32 and the vital highway will not be closed this morning as planned.
Chilean rescuers have begun pulling out 33 miners trapped underground by a cave-in for more than two months. Officials say the entire rescue operation may take as long as 48 hours to complete.
Two views on firearms surfaced at a legislative hearing Tuesday.
Law officers found one more package of presumed cocaine as they dismantled a small plane Tuesday.
To second what my neighbor and friend, Tom Ploskina, has written, the nice people at our local Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad office do try, but there is obviously something wrong with a company that cannot give its employees any direction, … Continue reading