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This morning Puerto Vallarta held a civic ceremony to honor Los Niños Héroes (the Boy Heroes of Chapultepec) – complete with a roll call, wreath and honor guard, in the main square of El Pitillal. (shown in photo released by the municipality) Los Niños Héroes (Boy Heroes), also known as the Heroic Cadets or Boy...
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UPDATE September 12, 2014 – 8:30 PM Weather Report from Mexico’s National Weather Service: Puerto Vallarta has been put under a tropical storm warning through Monday. Tropical winds are expected in Puerto Vallarta Sunday capable of damaging/downing trees and causing power outages. Expect up to 4 inches of rain and 6 inches in some areas...
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Alberto Hernández Unzón, Mexican National Weather Services, has stated that from September 13 – 20 conditions for extreme weather were present for the entire area of Puerto Vallarta to Puerto Madero in Chiapas due to tropical air masses. He says tropical wave 27 is in Jalisco and will generate instability for Tuesday with storms, and...
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*** UPDATE SEPTEMBER 10 – 10:30 PM *** Tropical Storm Odile is strengthening off the coast of southern Mexico, and the first tropical storm watch has been posted for the Mexican coast. Wednesday evening, the government of Mexico issued a tropical storm watch for its Pacific coast from Lazaro Cardenas, in the state of Michoacan,...
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The Comprehensive Mental Health Center (CISAME) will hold a forum on suicide in the auditorium of Juan Luis Cifuentes Lemus, located at Centro Universitario de la Costa to commemorate Word Suicide Prevention Day, September 10. The forum begin at 5 PM and free to the general public. Topics will include suicide prevention, psychology, psycho-social, and...
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International flights welcomed over 116,000 passengers in August, a substantial increase of 24.4% compared to last year. The Puerto Vallarta International Airport also recorded an 18.9% increase in overall passengers, domestic and international, compared to the same month last year. That brings the total passengers arriving in PVR to a 15% increase so far this...
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At the opening of the exhibition, Presence of Jalisco, Secretary of Tourism for Mexico, Claudia Ruiz Massieu stated, “The Mexican Government makes it a priority for states to find opportunities in development through tourism”. “We have an increasingly consolidated industry with a greater sense of identity that helps us to strengthen the tourism sector and...
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Now all U.S. citizens can receive their blank ballots electronically. Depending on the state in which you are eligible to vote, you may get your ballot by email, fax, or internet download. Now all U.S. citizens can receive their blank ballots electronically. Depending on the state in which you are eligible to vote, you may...
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Act II has created a great show to celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day! Act II´s Danny Mininni and producing partner, Kharla Barragan from the ALAS school of Music will produce another original show; ¨CONCERTO NOCHA MEXICANA¨ The show stars some of Vallarta´s favorite singers from THE VOICE OF VALLARTA; the winner Coral Mata, The Voice of...
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In coordination with the city of Puerto Vallarta and the Civil Protection, the announcement was made on Sunday that the beaches were reopened and safe for swimming and recreation. However, authorities remind the public to listen to the advice of lifeguards and security personnel posted at local beaches. The beaches were closed due to storm...
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From August 25-28, The Convention and Visitors Bureaus of Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta participated in the WestJet Mexico Vacations Expo to promote the Vallarta-Nayarit brands for the upcoming winter season. Altogether 400 Canadian travel agents received information and training for booking vacations in both destinations. The trade shows were held in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary,...
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High waves generated by Hurrican Norberto Thursday and early Friday affected the Puerto Vallarta area. Lifeguards, firefighters, and police in the area blocked off the beaches and Malécon for the protection of the residents and tourists in the area from waves overflowing the beaches. The Deputy Director of Civil Protection, Sergio Ramírez López, reported that...
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500px Worldwide Photo Walk On Saturday, September 6, Puerto Vallarta will be joining this worldwide event. All you need is a camera, even if it’s just a mobile phone camera, and the desire to take some fun photos of Puerto Vallarta and share them with the world. The meeting place is at the “Origen y...
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Six months ago Vallarta Daily published its first news story,” It’s Good to be Number One”, a story about Carlos Slim’s fortune in Latin America. Since that forgotten story was published six months ago Vallarta Daily has established itself as the most read news outlet in Puerto Vallarta serving the English speaking residents and tourists,...
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Two separate tropical storms closed in on Mexico from both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans on Tuesday, risking a double hit on the country a year after a pair of storms converged to cause major flooding that killed over 100 people. Tropical Storm Dolly, which formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico early Tuesday, is...
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