Natalie Arceo, Contestant 1
Friday, August 29, 2008
Natalie Arceo, Contestant 1
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Teachers go thru what is left to salvage.
Anyone who is interested in helping the San Pedro R.C. School can come over to the school or call 226-2550 and speak with acting Principal Mrs. Patricia Lopez.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Dennis Wolfe Jr. had a last gig at BC’s Bar & Grill this past Sunday. It was a particularly bittersweet jam session as it was his last one for a while. He left the island on Tuesday, August 26th, 2008 to Parkersburg, West Virginia in the US, where he will be staying with family while he furthers his studies at the University of West Virginia. His true dream is to head to California once he is 18, where he will study sound engineering. We wish Dennisito the best of luck in his studies and his life in the US, and look forward to seeing him again on the island in the near future, perhaps for a good jam session for old time’s sake!
Monday, August 25, 2008
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Contestant #2 - Diane Lawrence
Contestant #3 - Omar MendezContestant #4 - Wilber Rivero
Contestant #5 - LeRoi HydeContestant #6 - Demi Mejia
Friday, August 22, 2008
As a part of the Board’s commitment to the growth and development of young Belizeans, the Belize Tourism Board announced this year’s scholarship recipients for tourism degree programs at various educational institutions throughout the country of Belize on Monday, August 18th, 2008.
“Tourism is an important economic sector in our country. Training continues to be an important ingredient for cultivating young tourism professionals. The Ministry of Tourism and the Belize Tourism Board extends sincere congratulations to all scholarship recipients and wish them success in their studies," commented Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation Honorable Manuel Heredia Jr.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
According to reports from multiple Mexican Newspapers, Harmouch was caught with the US$57 thousand dollars which he did not declare hidden inside a brief case. Mexican authorities claimed that inside the brief case, they found 528 notes of 100 dollars, 51 notes of 50 dollars, 82 notes of 20 dollars and a single 10 dollars note.
Authorities claimed that Harmouch had checked in at section 25 inside terminal one of the new airport and after being observed acting suspiciously authorities at the airport called in Federal Police. Hamouch was travelling with his wife and his three children when the incident unfolded. His family remains detained in Police custody in Mexico City along with 10 bags of personal items, while Harmouch was scheduled to appear before a federal court yesterday in Mexico City. Being in possession of undeclared money in excess of US$10,000 in Mexico is considered a major crime.
According to Channel 5 News, Harmouch stated that he was moving back home to Lebanon after finishing his two year contract managing his brother's businesses: San Pedro Supermarket and S.P. Hardware.
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Wednesday, August 20, 2008
The SACNW substation has been fruitful in assisting the San Pedro Police Department. Last week Thursday, Patt and his officers managed to apprehend individuals who had been reported to have stolen a bicycle from the area. Fast response caused the individuals to be apprehended by the WASA pond.
Both persons were later identified as Irvin Tillett, (red shirt) 18-year-old Belizean unemployed and Joseph Meggs, (black shirt)35-year-old Belizean wood carver both of San Pedrito Area, San Pedro Town. They were detained and the bicycle was recovered. Tillett was later charged for Theft and Meggs was charged jointly with him for Conspiracy to commit Theft
Irvin Tillett, 18 years
Joseph Meggs, 35 years old.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Monday, August 18, 2008
For the past three years, The San Pedro Sun has run the community contest where people call into our offices and vote for their favorite Reina de la Costa Maya delegate. Once the winner is crowned, the names of the individuals who chose said contestant are raffled. This year's lucky winner had the opportunity to meet Reina de la Costa Maya 2008 Jennifer Chiong and have her photograph taken with her. Veronica had the memento framed as a keepsake.
Friday, August 15, 2008
Reef Radio's Luis Romero and Eiden Salazar.
Supporters of Hector Hernandez cheered him on.
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Reports claim that Vidal fell asleep while driving and the cart swerved into the back wheel of the truck. Vidal was transported to Ambergris Hopes Clinic where he was pronounced dead on arrival. The body has been transported to Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where it awaits a post mortem examination. Allegations are that Vidal had been drinking the night before but that has not yet been proven. According to Officer in Charge Dennis Arnold, that will be revealed during the post mortem. Dominguez has not yet been charged with any crime since police investigations continue.