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  • Health Care and Neighborhood Watch

    23 November 2010 News

    Look what's new in Yucatan! New laws guaranteeing foreigners' right to health care in Mexico, wind power in Yucalpeten, Neighborhood Watch, nifty radar pictures sent home to Dad when teens drive too fast, and tons of new science teachers. What's new where you live?

  • Sustainable Pyramids and Flowers

    15 November 2010 News

    This week's news is all good. Nearly every inch of the state is under cultivation, from plants that produce biofuels to internationally well regarded cattle. There are health fairs and battles of high school bands. We even had an ice breaker pass through! Read all about these topics and more...

  • Yucatan News: Boxers and Bloggers

    9 November 2010 News

    Yucatecan boxer takes the title. Intelligent topes installed in Ticul. Bloggers descend on Merida. Octopus flowers are all the rage in Europe. And bear skulls found in underwater cave. Film at 11. (OK, not really... but you might want to read all about it...)

  • Yucatan News: Day of the Dead and Turkeys

    1 November 2010 News

    As Day of the Dead celebrations wind down, we are enjoying our pibs and "dead bread" and looking forward to a November full of bicentennial celebrations and maybe a turkey dinner...

  • Yucatan News: Banamex to Bloggers

    26 October 2010 News

    From tortilla coffee to habaneros, and from bloggers to Banamex, this week's Yucatan news covers the gamut...oh, and we're all preparing for Day of the Dead!

  • Yucatan News: Rambutan & A Miracle

    19 October 2010 News

    This week's news covers red fruit with fur, seatbelt laws, hostel and hotel regulations and a Merida miracle...

  • Yucatan News: ISIC, Artisans & Ladies

    12 October 2010 News

    This week's news include equine therapy, possible Shakira events, ladies in high places and more chances to breathe on the way to Progreso...

  • News: Bus Routes & Free Internet

    5 October 2010 News

    In this week's news: rap, laptops, Evolution, Bicentennial Photos, Jim Conrad's Naturalist Newsletter, Disabled Persons take charge, Rocky the Dog and more...

  • News: Hurricane City

    28 September 2010 News

    This week: Merida's hurricane history, getting ready for Day of the Dead, a video of the fire in Progreso during El Grito, new cigarette label laws, and other cosas interesantes from around Mexico and the Yucatan...

  • Yucatan News: Zoo Anniversary!

    21 September 2010 News

    There's a wealth of interesting news this week, from stevia plantings to expat programs in the Yucatan countryside to rabies vaccinations and even the good news about the travel industry in Yucatan...

  • Yucatan News: Bicentennial!

    14 September 2010 News

    This week, it is all about the beginning of the Bicentennial celebrations, here and around the country. Don't miss this opportunity to participate in historic events...

  • Yucatan News: No More OTC Antibiotics

    6 September 2010 News

    This week, Mexico's pharmacies now require a prescription for antibiotics. Also in the news an upcoming Spay and Neuter clinic has been announced, the octopus season has begun to show results and more...

  • Yucatan News: Water in Gardens & Tabasco

    31 August 2010 News

    News about the waters rising in Tabasco again this year, and a global conference in Campeche on aquaculture and aquaponics. Also a Lion's Club gift to the community and a bicycle route in Valladolid and Blah Blah Blah...

  • Yucatan News: What's A Nauti-cup?

    24 August 2010 News

    This week, there is news about the octopus season, roads and crowds at the Yucatan Gulf Coast, and something called the Nauti-cup...

  • Yucatan News: Goodbye, Junk Food!

    17 August 2010 News

    This week, we review a book about modern Mexicans, bring you info about school lunch improvements, some special puzzles commemorating the Bicentennial and also reports about crime and punishment...

  • Yucatan News: YAPA and Blah-Blah

    9 August 2010 News

    YAPA organizes help for the animals all in one place, Yucatan is looking into same-sex unions, Rio Lagartos is considering farming crocodiles, and introducing the blah-blah...

  • News: Sharks, Bees and Pulpo!

    2 August 2010 News

    This week read about wild animals in Yucatan, keeping honey production and the begining of Pulpo Season!

  • Yucatan News: Turtles and Cucumbers

    26 July 2010 News

    What to do about Sea Cucumbers? What do we know about Mayans in San Francisco? Are there entrepreneurs in the Yucatan? All this and more in this week's news...

  • News of Yucatan: Oil, Movies, Marches

    19 July 2010 News

    The news of Yucatan this week ranges from continuing oil spill information to the movie they'll be shooting in Campeche and the first year anniversary of pro-life legislation in the state...

  • Yucatan News: Take the Challenge!

    12 July 2010 News

    This week, more news on how the oil spill might affect the Yucatan, and a Pepsi challenge designed to do something about it. Also, scenes from the Monterrey floods and more...

  • Yucatan News: Spay Clinic for Cats

    5 July 2010 News

    If you have cats that need to be sterilized, this is the week to do it. Other news includes updates on Hurricane Alex, a big Gracias! to CFE, a look at a Progreso kids program and, you know, more...

  • Yucatan News: Oil, Orchestras, Oysters

    28 June 2010 News

    This week, we keep track of the Deepwater Disaster and how it might affect Yucatan. There's also news on tropical storms, the oyster business, music in the Yucatan and a recap of a meeting with the Institute of Culture for the state...

  • Yucatan News: Watching and Waiting

    22 June 2010 News

    The state of Yucatan is taking steps to watch for oil off the Yucatan Gulf Coast. The brigadistas are gearing up for the summer season, and JAPAY will soon start testing septic tanks in preparation for clean, clean water by 2030...

  • Yucatan News: Cliff Diving, Gas and Oil

    15 June 2010 News

    This week, more news about how the oil spill may affect the Yucatan, the rising price of gas at the Pemex stations and a cliff diving contest in the Yucatan...

  • Yucatan News: Oil, Lobsters & Guns

    7 June 2010 News

    Of course, there's news about the BP Oil Disaster and whatever chance it might have of getting to the Yucatan Gulf Coast. Also the beginning of lobster season (with a very cool photo), and a few other interesting tidbits...

  • Yucatan News: Bottled Water Alert

    31 May 2010 News

    Mexico leads in drinking bottled water, the habanero market is doing well, work continues on a sports complex in Uman and information about saving Mayan seeds...

  • Yucatan News: Rebounds and Rants

    24 May 2010 News

    Boomers paying too much in the States consider moving south to Yucatan. Also in the news, Carnaval Cruises returns to Progreso, local ballerinas receive royal attention and local entrepreneurs deliver the Cool Zone...

  • Yucatan News: Elections and Oil Spills

    17 May 2010 News

    The elections in Yucatan are over and the results are in. Also in the news, the oil spill in the Gulf, changes to the process for getting your FM2 or FM3, and information about the economy and unemployment in the Yucatan...

  • Yucatan News: Sisal Hammock Scam

    11 May 2010 News

    This week, learn how to make a difference in a student's life, how PEMEX does the right thing, how ATMs fees are on the rise, and how a sisal scam is confusing hammock buyers...

  • Yucatan News: Happy Birthday, MACAY

    3 May 2010 News

    This week, we learn about fires, oil spills, immigrants and a new way to get to the Cancun airport. Happy Birthday to the MACAY Museum, too!

  • Yucatan News: Merida and Valladolid

    27 April 2010 News

    This week, Merida is in other people's news, the wild shrimp of Mexico are causing a stir, there are changes at your ATM machine, and the good Maya ladies of Valladolid just are not going to take it anymore...

  • Yucatan News: Spring Openings

    20 April 2010 News

    Spring is here, and though the nortes are not finished with us yet, we are celebrating anyway... with new leaves, new clothes, a new country club and a new dimension to Merida...

  • Yucatan News: Chichen Itza & Cell Phones

    13 April 2010 News

    News about Chichen Itza, a special girlfriend's package from another hacienda, some good news about pollution and the arrival of spring!

  • Yucatan News: Animaya, Gas Prices

    6 April 2010 News

    Animaya is progressing... it now has 15 new animals and more coming. New investments in the Yucatan abound and many people are watching to see what the future holds...

  • Yucatan News - Semana Santa in Merida

    30 March 2010 News

    This week, the news covers jellyfish instructions, the revival of pre-Hispanic Mexican ball games, a bit about security precautions during Semana Santa and a new pet hotel for you to check out...

  • Yucatan News: Recycling, News from Haiti

    22 March 2010 News

    From a ban on Mexican wild shrimp to a call for blood donations (for a local child with leukemia...) to safety during Semana Santa to encouraging news on the Mexican economy... the news in the Yucatan is all over the map.

  • Yucatan News: Benito Juarez Day

    15 March 2010 News

    This week we learn about the beginning of mero season, the accomplishments of Hunucma, the reason no one is working on Monday and who is visiting Merida from the other side of the planet...

  • Yucatan News: Yucatan Business Statistics

    9 March 2010 News

    Spring Break has started but with fewer Americans and more nationals visitors, cel phone talking while driving soon to be outlawed in Yucatan, and Yucatan leads Mexico in business growth. Lots of good news this week...

  • Yucatan News: Lobsters, Mosaicos & Family

    2 March 2010 News

    The lobster season has not been a good one, bingo is doing well at the beach, Family Day is coming to Mexico and there's a new place to buy those beautiful mosaico tiles...

  • Yucatan News: WalMart to Hot Sauce

    23 February 2010 News

    Yucatan considers farming of unusual animals, WalMart is growing stronger in Mexico and Mayan cuisine is making a splash from coast to coast in the USA...

  • Yucatan News: Nortes and Carnival

    15 February 2010 News

    The Yucatan naval base helps in sending aid to Haiti, citrus growers learn modern ways and the nortes just keep coming...

  • Yucatan News: Credit Cards and Lionfish

    9 February 2010 News

    More about lionfish, the possible banning of Twitter in Mexico, an interesting blog story, the upcoming Maya Classic Car Rally and much more...

  • Yucatan News: Merida Wins!

    2 February 2010 News

    Lionfish in the sea, restored mangroves on the land and music in the air! Merida wins awards for some great hotels, and a lot more...

  • News: Boxing, H1N1, No Crime

    25 January 2010 News

    This week, boxing is alive and well, foreigners making a positive difference in many ways, and a new study that shows just how wonderfully safe we are here in the Yucatan...

  • News: A Perfect Time to Donate

    18 January 2010 News

    Young yucatecan lady from Tekax and was recently hired to manage a computer project for a Norwegian company, while Yucatecos organize to help the people of Haiti, recently stuck by a devastating earthquake.

  • Yucatan News: The Vagaries of Weather

    12 January 2010 News

    The news this week, besides being about poetry, is about the results of many people's giving spirits during the holiday season... and those are another type of poetry. Enjoy...

  • News: U.S. Poets in Mexico

    4 January 2010 News

    Poetry, Pipe Organs, a Christmas Miracle in Chelem and much more!

  • News: Last of the Year

    21 December 2009 News

    Animal rescue, an honored photographer, the new Little Mexican Cooking School, 330 new Yucatecos and more items of interest are in our end of the year news article this week...

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