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No hard feelings...

Exchanging a friendly handshake to show their election rivalry is over, Chapala mayor-elect Moises Anaya and incumbent Javier Degollado met briefly Monday, July 30, to initiate the first steps toward the transition to a new government administration taking charge as of October 1. 


Raquet Club faces crackdown on transparency regulations

In a groundbreaking ruling by the Jalisco Institute of Transparency, Public Information and Protection of Personal Data (ITEI), the president of Fraccionamiento San Juan Cosala Raquet Club A.C. (FSJRC) is under the gun for failing to comply with the requests of one of the subdivision’s property owners.

Chapala mayor election result remains up in the air

Uncertainty concerning the outcome of Chapala’s mayoral race went up a notch this week as legal representatives of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) and Morena revealed that Jalisco’s Electoral Tribunal (TEEJ) is considering their suits demanding the annulment of the July 1 election.

‘Savages’ take to the mountains

Blazing over the slippery, rock-studded trail in scarlet running shoes last Sunday, Fernando “Dory” Mejia Gonzalez captured his fourth consecutive title as overall champion of Ajijic’s annual Chupinaya mountain race.