February 1, 2024

Lacson’s ChaCha preference: ConCom or ConAss

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN Negros Occidental Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson wants either a Constitutional Commission or Constitutional Assembly to amend the 1987 Constitution, if it pushes through. While the issue of ChaCha through People’s Initiative (PI) is constitutional, Lacson said

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28th Panaad sa Negros set for April

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN The 28th Panaad sa Negros festival is slated for April 15 to 21 this year. Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson yesterday said that preparations are ongoing for the annual festivities, with Provincial Tourism Officer Cherryl Decena leading

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Bacolaodiat pre-festival activities unveiled

As the vibrant City of Bacolod anticipates the arrival of the 2024 edition of the Bacolaodiat Festival, slated for February 9 to 11, to celebrate the Year of the Wood Dragon, Bacolaodiat Inc. released a series of pre-festival events to

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Guns, shabu seized

• GILBERT P. BAYORAN A series of raids and buy bust operations in Negros Occidental on January 30, led to the arrest of four suspects, recovery of two unlicensed firearms, and seizure of about P27,000 worth of suspected shabu. The

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599 soldiers promoted

Brig. Gen. Orlando Edralin, 303rd Infantry Brigade commander, congratulates newly promoted Army personnel during recognition rites held at Camp Maj. Nelson Gerona in Murcia, Negros Occidental.* PA photo

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Sanctity and apostolate

They are supposed to go together always. The universal call to holiness is also a call to do apostolate. Said in another way, to be holy or to be a saint is also to be an apostle. The quest for

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Plastic waste everywhere

A research team at the Department of Science and Technology’s National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) has found about 60 percent of particles pulled out from bangus samples in Butuan City and Nasipit in Agusan del Sur province were

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Mudhouse making workshop in the mountains

• CHRYSEE G. SAMILLANO A mudhouse-making workshop was held at the Kurvada Cafe in the Municipality of Salvador Benedicto, Negros Occidental Saturday, teaching local residents how to build houses using indigenous materials in the area. Swedish nationals Petter Lindahl and

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