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  1. I think most all of us know what the Guadalajara Reporter is. It is a weekly Newspaper that one can buy at your favorite store or subscribe to on line. It varies in length of from 28 to normally 32 and sometimes 36 pages per issue and the weekly cost is 20 pesos. I used to write there and I buy a copy every week when living lakeside which I do maybe 9 months of the year. On can subscribe online for $30 US per year or 6 months for $18, down to one month for $4 US Several years ago Lisa Jorgenson (I believe that is her name) started publishing the on line only Chapala Reporter. I have never been able to ever see a copy thereof. Apparently the only way to see a copy thereof is to subscribe to an annual subscription of $45 dollars. And at the end of the year she has specials for the following year of about $35 to $40 dollars for the whole year. The webpage advertising the Chapala Reporter looks quite nice. Can someone tell me about this online newspaper? Does it come out once per week? Or did I understand an updated copy comes out every time there is a good news story. I would love to hear what the Chapala Reporter is like. Thanks in advance for your advice. Is it really worth $45 per year on line when the online Guadalajara Reporter only costs $30. Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me
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