Daily Archives: 27 noviembre, 2021
Lo detienen por abuso sexual de menor en Jocotepec
Vehículo de la Fiscalía del Estado (FE) . Foto: cortesía.
Redacción (Jocotepec, Jal) .- Personal de la Fiscalía del Estado (FE) capturó a José Daniel “N” a quien le cumplimentó una orden de aprehensión por su probable comisión en los delitos de abuso sexual infantil agravado y corrupción de menores.
Él fue capturado por agentes investigadores en la calle Chapultepec Poniente en el cruce de la calle Vicente Guerrero, en la colonia El Crucero, municipio de Jocotepec.
El aseguramiento de la persona aquí señalada se llevó a cabo mediante los protocolos policiales establecidos en los que también se le leyeron sus garantías constitucionales, además de que se le presume inocente hasta que no se declare su responsabilidad mediante sentencia.
Por participar en un robo, lo detienen en carretera Chapala- Mezcala
Patrulla de la Fiscalía. Foto: cortesía.
Redacción- Por participar en el robo a una persona, Juan Diego “N” , fue detenido por elementos de la Fiscalía del Estado (FE)
Su detención se logró sobre la carretera Chapala – Mezcala, en el cruce con camino a Hacienda La Labor, en el municipio de Chapala.
Juan Diego “N” ya se encuentra a disposición del Juez de Control y Juicio Oral del Quinto Distrito Judicial.
Opinion: A journalist thankful for the government? Believe or not, yes, mostly
The classic view of the press-government relationship is one of wary opposition: Patrick O’Heffernan.
What am I thankful for this Thanksgiving? Well, the usual things of course – family, health (such as it is), a wonderful home in Mexico, friends, all of our volunteers. But there are a few other things that come to mind as we Americans celebrate this day of being thankful. One of them is our local government in Chapala.
The classic view of the press-government relationship is one of wary opposition; the press reports on the corruption and incompetence of government, and government uses the press to tell good news stories (deserved or not) and hide the bad news stories of mistakes and corruption.
But, there are times when the government actually does good things and I, at least, am thankful for them.
First, I am thankful for l00 new lightbulbs in the traffic lights on the Carretera from Ajijic to Chapala. Semanario Laguna has been covering the miserable state of stoplights in Lakeside for several editions now – even in my column in the last edition. Last week crews from the Federal government and the new administration in Chapala repaired those traffic lights.
They replaced old dim bulbs with new LED’s, they fixed the light housing hanging down at Juárez, they synchronized the lights at the Walmart intersection, and they got all the lights working on the Carretera. The last administration tried and failed; the Aguirre administration got it done. Thank you.
The second thing I am thankful for is the current administration’s action to stop the invasions of the lakeshore. Growing up in California, I directed parts of the political campaign to stop similar “invasions” of the coastline. As staff to Governor Brown, my team helped create the Santa Barbara Channel Islands National monument to stop oil companies from “invading” the islands. So I know from “invasions” and am grateful for the move to stop them here.
In general, the current administration has hit the ground running; it responded to the floods with urgency and competence: it blocked trucks illegally filling the shoreline; it got the lights back on in the Ajijic Malecon and Plaza. A pretty good first 2 months record that Chapala citizens – including me– can be thankful for.
Now, if they could just fill the potholes, install a traffic signal facing the lakeside at the Carretera and Galeana, pave the dirt roads in Riberas, and stop the“cuetes”, I would be thankful all year round.
Lakeside holiday music schedule filling up
Lake Chapala Community Orchestra. Photo: Archive.
Patrick O’Heffernan, Ajijic (JAL) Lakeside will reverberate with the sound of music this holiday season as local song groups and bands announce a busy schedule of entertainment and sing- alongs. Demand has been so brisk that already the Lake Chapala Community Orchestra has had to add a performance because the first two sold out. Semanario Laguna will update this list as new events are added, but we recommend checking the Lakeside entertainment Facebook pages like Lakeside Live and Ajijic and Lakeside Entertainment Group for more events as they pop up.
Our current list of holiday music and dance events:
Lake Chapala Community Orchestra
A Lakeside Christmas with Mariana Vigueras (soprano)
Thursday Dec..9.21 3 pm and 5:30
Friday Dec.10.21 3 pm
Lakeside Presbyterian Church
Christmas Jazz with Lolita Moreno Azpeitia Band
Free. Reservations 376 766 3565
Sunday ,Dec. 12.21
Tickets $200: WhatsApp 331088 2546
Los Cantantes del Lago
December 7 and 14 7 pm
December 8 and 15: 4 pm
Bravo Theater, Riberas
Tickets $350 at Mia’s Boutique and It’s Kinda Bazar or online at https://loscantantesdellago.com/reserve-tickets/
Lakeside Little Theater
Songs for the Holidays
December 22, 4 pm
McIntosh Auditorium at LLT
200 pesos. Tickets at LLT box office or
Lake Chapala Society
Holiday Concert with Enrique Allende
December 18, 2:30 pm and 5pm
Tickets $600 and $450 available at LCS Office or online at https://bit.ly/39mknlL
Los Amigos Big Band
A Big Band Christmas
Dec. 17, 18, and 19th
4 sentido, Riberas
Times and ticket price TBA
Ballet returns to Lakeside December 12
The program will be an hour long and feature a broad traditional repertoire including Diana and Acteon, Giselle, Frescos, Carmen, and neoclassical and contemporary dances
Patrick O’Heffernan, Ajijic (JAL). The Joven Ballet HH will perform once again in Lakeside only the dancers will charm audiences outside at the Chapinaya Jardín de Eventos in West Ajijic instead of its usual indoor stage at the currently unfinished Auditorio in Ajijic. The performance is scheduled for the afternoon of December 12.
According to Laura Elena Fernández Dávalos, Managing Director of Pirouetteando of the Isaac y Esteban Hernández Classical Dance Training and Promotion Center, the program will be an hour long and feature a broad traditional repertoire including Diana and Acteon, Giselle, Frescos, Carmen, and neoclassical and contemporary dances, some with classic Mexican music like Llorona, Huapango de Moncayo, and La Bikina.
Dancers from the Joven Company are 10 to 18 years old, but group of young dancers 4 to 6 years old from Lakeside will open the performance, all under the direction of Artistic Director Professor Héctor Hernández, father and trainer of Isaac and Esteban Hernández, professional ballet dancers at English national Ballet and San Francisco Ballet and namesakes of the Center.
The Joven Ballet HH, based in Zapopan, normally trains and performs part time in the Auditorio in Ajijic as part of its mission to travel the state of Jalisco, taking ballet to places where there are no ballet schools or performances. The Isaac y Esteban Hernández Classical Dance Training and Promotion Center is a non-profit association that trains professional classical ballet dancers and promotes ballet as an option for all children.
The Joven Ballet performance will be December 12 at the Chapinaya Jardín de Eventos. Doors open at 4:30, performance begins at 5 pm. Tickets are 400 pesos, which includes one drink. A o-host bar will be available. Funds raised by the performance will be used for a new floor in their training venue in Guadalajara used by dancers from the Center’s free classes for poor children. Local sponsors of the performance are Lago Travel and Pancho’s Deli Market in Riberas.
Tickets are available by calling 33 108 2456.