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Last updateFri, 15 Feb 2019 10am

Political differences spawn expat dust-up

Police were called to the Chapala Malecón early Monday, February 11 to break up an altercation between a U.S. resident who is a staunch opponent of Donald Trump and several other expats who customarily gather there for coffee and conversation.


Political differences spawn expat dust-up

Police were called to the Chapala Malecón early Monday, February 11 to break up an altercation between a U.S. resident who is a staunch opponent of Donald Trump and several other expats who customarily gather there for coffee and conversation.

The Chili Cookoff: a good time for a great cause

A cast of what seems like thousands has been busy preparing for the 41st annual Mexican National Chili Cookoff, set for Friday, February 15 through Sunday, February 17 at the Tobolandia Water Park, located on the Chapala-Ajijic highway just west of the Libramiento intersection.

City Hall starts anticipated legal action

The Chapala government this week lodged formal complaints against department heads from the 2015-2018 administration who failed to account for equipment, vehicles, funding and official records held under their responsibility.

Ribera Mágica magazine debuts

The first edition of Ribera Mágica, a monthly magazine focused on attributes of the Lake Chapala region, was introduced to the public Saturday, February 9 at a reception held in the waterfront garden of Termal Cosalá Hotel and Spa.

New director takes charge at Chapala Tec

Luis Eduardo Jiménez Herrera has taken on the mantle as general director at the Chapala campus of the Instituto Tecnológico Superior (ITS), one of the 13 technical universities incorporated in Jalisco’s “José Mario Molina Pasquel y Henríquez” system.