October 5, 2021

NegOcc, Bacolod still under Alert Level 4

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Negros Occidental and the highly-urbanized city of Bacolod remained under Alert Level 4 as the two local government units continue to battle increasing number of COVID-19 cases, for almost two months now. This also developed as

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Exclusion petition vs. Albee dismissed

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN The petition for exclusion in the voters list of Bacolod Citry, which was filed against former Rep. Alfredo Benitez, who is slated to file his Certificate of Candidacy today at the City COMELEC, was dismissed by

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Gasataya files COC

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Bacolod Rep. Greg Gasataya filed his certificate of candidacy as congressional candidate of the Nationalist People’s Coalition at about 11:30 a.m. yesterday at the Commission on Elections-Bacolod Field Office along with lawyer Mark Steven Mayo who

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Bacolod DRRMO on standby

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia has ordered the Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (DRRMO) – Response Team of Bacolod City to be on standby and be ready to be deployed anytime as Signal No. 1 has been

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Silay farmers denounce NPA atrocities

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Members of four farmer associations, who used to be affiliated with the National Federation of Sugarcane Workers in Brgy. E Lopez, Silay City, Negros Occidental, strongly denounced violence and atrocities committed by the New People’s Army

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Continuing Christ’s redemptive mission

Christ’s redemptive mission is very much an ongoing affair, and he involves all of us actually in this business. Those words that he addressed to his apostles, giving them their mission, can be considered as addressed to us also. “The

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Nuisance

The filing for the certificate of candidacy for the May 2022 elections started last week and that means the circus is officially in town once more. Well if you come to think of it, a terribly unfunny circus has been

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Cleaning up election season

Environmental groups Ecowaste Coalition, Greenpeace Philippines, Mother Earth Foundation and Zero Waste Philippines have urged the Commission on Elections to pass a resolution that would ensure the conduct of clean and green elections in 2022, citing that previous polls generated

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Lawyers target Bacolod council

BY CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO Lawyer Mark Steven Mayo, who is running as an independent candidate for councilor of Bacolod City, yesterday denied having been invited to join the team of former Neg. Occ., 3rd District congressman Albee Benitez, when asked

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