In life, change is inevitable. Change can be good or bad, and which it is depends much on how it is embraced.
For ten years, The Voice of Nosara has been the local newspaper serving the Nosara area, but in the past few years it has also become the local newspaper of other communities such as Garza, Ostional, Samara and Nicoya.
Editor in Chief Elimiana Garcia says “we believe other communities in Guanacaste also need a medium that truly recognizes their voices and informs about what they care about. On that note, we are proud to introduce with this issue The Voice of Guanacaste, or simply The Voice—your Voice”.
Garcia assures loyal readers in Nosara says, “it still is your newspaper. That has not and will not change. We will continue to provide strong coverage of what is happening in Nosara, and we will continue to invite you to be a part of that. For the other communities that are now also reading The Voice, we invite you to do the same”.
A major change is the introduction of the Voice of Guanacaste include: a new website, colour pages and some new content, including the introduction of an editorial. This new format will appear once a month in the print edition and represents not the opinion of one person but rather a collaborative effort of the editorial board, currently composed of four people.
The Voice of Nosara is a “Q” media partner.