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Citizen turns over cocaine from wet drop

A wet drop worth over a half a million dollars was picked up this weekend, not by the intended drug traffickers, or an anti-drug patrol, but by a concerned citizen. [...]

Murder victims’ remains sent to FBI

While Belize City residents anxiously await any break in the murder case of little Erica Wills, her remains have been sent to the FBI in Washington in the hopes that [...]

Orange Walk family says neighbors tried to rape daughter

About one month ago, an Orange Walk family told police that two young men had cut through their pimento house in an attempt to rape their 12 year old daughter. [...]

Literacy program well received in rural areas

Officials from the National Literacy Campaign visited the Department of Corrections last week to observe the program being implemented by inmates. This is just one of the many activities being [...]

Belmopan celebrates founding

The nation’s capital celebrated Belmopan Day on Sunday by honoring citizens who have made outstanding contributions to the community. Senior Minister George Price inspected a B.D.F. honor guard and participated [...]

Miss Teen Pageant lasted seven hours

The first Miss Teen Belize Pageant, billed as the pageant of distinction should perhaps have been called a pageant marathon, because it lasted over seven hours. On Friday, July 30th, [...]

Sports camp held at Roger’s Stadium

While many people complain about the lack of activities for kids during the long summer vacation one man and several of his friends have done something about it. Curlin King, [...]

Karl Tillett has weekend football

Good evening and welcome to another edition of Sports Monday. I am Karl Tillett sitting in for James Adderley. Football headlines this edition and a relatively crowded M.C.C. Grounds was [...]