MERGE The bodies of two more drowning victims were found floating in a river at Brgy. Crossing Magallon, Moises Padilla, Negros Occidental, yesterday.* (Moises Padilla DRRMO photo)


Guv extends MGCQ
in Negros to Aug. 15
23 more Negrenses hit by virus
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson issued an executive order yesterday extending the Modified General Community Quarantine over Negros Occidental until August 15.

Executive Order No. 20-35, Series of 2020, will take effect tomorrow, the governor said.

It is the fourth extension of MGCQ in the province since June 15. moremoremore


STAR not closing,
editor-in-chief says

The Visayan DAILY STAR is not stopping operations, its editor-in-chief Ninfa Leonardia, said last night.

Leonardia issued the statement after informing the staff on Wednesday that the paper would close down.

She did not elaborate on the latest development.

Glazyl Masculino, Negros Press Club president, in a statement earlier yesterday said the NPC is saddened to hear the news about the temporary closure of the STAR. moremoremore

 

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More Negrenses into livestock,
poultry-raising, PVO exec says
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

There is a growing number of Negrenses, who engaged in livestock and poultry-raising for business, Provincial Veterinarian Renante Decena said yesterday.

Decena said they continue to buy original stocks from the two provincial farms at the Negros First Ranch in Murcia and the Provincial Livestock Breeding Center and Dairy Farm in La Carlota City.

These private individuals, who have the capacity to invest, have seen the potential of livestock and poultry as means of ensuring food security and supply, as well as an alternative livelihood to sustain their family income, he said.