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September 6, 2019

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As news media has transitioned to an online-first model, we’ve made similar shifts. While we occasionally still publish print editions, the majority of our work is on the internet.

Here’s how to stay up-to-date on the latest Costa Rica news with The Tico Times:

Online: We publish daily at www.ticotimes.net. From travel tips, to breaking news, to pictures of sloths, be sure to check back regularly for the latest stories.

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