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Mission Statement


Bay Islands Voice will serve as a venue for growth and strengthening of the Roatan, Utila & Guanaja communities. We will strive to promote a positive image of the Bay Islands, and at the same time report on issues that concern local population. We will make all efforts to provide a dependable venue for good journalism and exchange ideas that would improve human condition on the Islands.
We will report on the culture, news, spiritual life, sports, education, business and provide useful and accurate information to the best of our abilities. VOICE will provide a venue for expression of ideas, encourage community programs and show alternatives to Roatan's, Utila's and Guanaja's youth. We will develop and promote a variety of journalistic skills and knowledge among Bay Islanders through our work, example and internship programs.
Bay Islands Voice will make all efforts to improve understanding and build confidence in the life on the Islands. We will help in developing a sense of pride among our community and encourage investment. Even though we are starting up as humble black and white English language publication we will look for ways of including Spanish and Italian writing in the future color pages of our publication.

We will make mistakes and we will never be perfect, but we promise to improve with time and respond to your comments. We ask for your understanding as we will face inevitable problems of keeping deadlines, making editing choices, dealing with printing issues and bowing to acts of God.
The success of this publication should go hand in hand with the success of this community. We ask for your support through readership, advertising and contribution of ideas as we embark on this journey.


Thomas Tomczyk was born in an industrial town of Lodz, Poland. He has a BA in architecture, MA in journalism and an idea for PhD in comparative religion studies. He speaks five languages, he is a boxer and has never been on a roller coaster ride. "One good deed a day," motto keeps him on track and currently Africa Heart Beat project is his vehicle. You can follow his route at

Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

Orville D. Miller is a distinct islander. He graduated from the Instituto Técnico Islas de la Bahía in Brick Bay and is aspirant to become a english business administrator. He enjoys working with people and computers.

Office Manager

Connie Wrights is a dedicated teacher at the Instituto Técnico Islas de la Bahía in Brick Bay, a Commercial Education student at the Universidad Pedagógica Francisco Morazán in La Ceiba. Enjoys working with people and computers. Her hobbies are: gardening, construction and design, reading, and is very enthralled by the human behavior subject.

Web Designer

Scooby is a well trained, sociable, Polish owned Island dog that takes his job very seriously. So, when duty calls depend on Scooby above all.

Security Manager
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