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Chapala wine fest to showcase Tesla cars

In addition to sampling a wide selection of fine wines and gourmet taste treats, visitors at next weekend’s Vid Forum wine festival will have an opportunity to view and test drive several models of Tesla electric cars now available on the Mexican market.


Lopez Obrador fires up Lakeshore sympathizers

Projecting confidence of victory in the up-coming national election, presidential front-runner Andrés Manuel López Obrador concluded a 40-minute speech to a thundering crowd of supporters gathered May 19 at the Jocotepec Malecón with a pledge to return to the lakeshore town before assuming office next December to lay out his development and investment plan for the region.

Lakeside neighborhood dispute ends in tragedy

A dispute among residents of the Vista Alegre residential complex culminated early Tuesday, May 29 with the fatal shooting of a Mexican man inflicted by the president of the condominium homeowners association (HOA), a U.S. citizen holding permanent resident status in this country.

Chapala mayor doubts candidates death threat report

Incumbent Chapala Mayor Javier Degollado has publicly cast doubt on Movimiento Ciudadano (MC) candidate Moises Anaya’s report of a death threat against him, and that local Partido Revolucionario Institutional (PRI) activists were culpable in its orchestration, as well as an alleged armed assault on MC supporters.

ESL students recognized at ceremony

Students who completed the 2017-2018 English as a Second Language program at the Lake Chapala Society (LCS) joined with teachers, family and friends as they received congratulations and certificates of recognition from LCS President Carole Wolf, LCS Education Director Alfredo Perez and LCS ESL Program Coordinator Inez Dayer, Saturday, May 12.