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Telnor Alerts Users of the Internet About Serious Fraud. See article here.
As published in La Voz de la Frontera, Tue. June 7, 2005, Page 3 A.

31 May - Ultralite pilot Hugo Hinojosa, from Santa Ana, California was not so lucky here in San Felipe. His Ultralite crashed on the highway Friday and he was killed. We have no further details.

.Spanish Classes - UABC is offering beginning Spanish lessons, Monday through Thursday, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Materials, coffee/cookies included. 40 hours. $130.00. Call 577-2316. Classes begin June 6 to July 7, 2005.

Here is the program for the Marine Day (1st June) celebrations which is also incorporating the Memorial Day weekend. There will be parades, dances, street bands, boat rides, cockfights and a small childrens' carnival with rides.


Wednesday, May 18, 2005 - With the weather turning very warm, there will be more people swimming in front of the Malecon. As a safety health measure, be sure and shower after swimming. As the days become hotter, the water also warms up. Here's a family enjoying a warm afternoon in the Sea of Cortez.

Friday, May 13, 2005, 7:30 a.m. Our weather gal is back from a short trip to an overcast, but very beautiful northwest Washington State. The Rhododendums and Snowball trees, Whisperia, and various ground covers made the mobilehome park I stayed at appear to be as Buchard Gardens. However, the trip from San Diego on Highway 8 was just as captivating. The greens appeared greener. The Yucca plants are ready to burst; Verbana and other low lying plants are bright with color, and many of the cactus plants, normally lying dormant, are now in full spring blossom. Go to the weather reports for a view of the daily statistics that are bringing about these outstanding spring pictures. st


Monday, May 2, 2005. Cotuco (Committee on Tourism) and its advisers met yesterday to firm up plans for Marine Day, which is held on June 1, 2005. In the past we have had a Fiesta Queen elected, cockfights, fireworks, a band and other celebrations. We will post the program as soon as it's firm.





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