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2 kinds of guns used in Archival slay
SUSPECTS in the ambush of lawyer Noel Archival may have used four firearms during the attack last Feb. 18 in Barangay Coro, Dalaguete town.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
An enchanting night with the Swan Princess
AN EVIL enchanter who casts a transformational spell on the princess he kidnapped and turns her into a swan during the day and a human again during the night.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Pacete: Ten datus of Madiaas: mythology or history?
I WAS confused by a piquant thought when Erlyn Alunan, the tourism officer of San Joaquin in Iloilo and my good friend, confirmed that she belongs to the royalty and she is a descendant of Datu Sumakuel.
Editorial: Occupational safety
THREE people were killed in Cordova town late Sunday night after they were suffocated while cleaning a septic tank.
S nchez: Negros for the Negrenses
NEGROS for the Negrenses. And Cebuano Senator Serge Osmena agrees. Mr. Osmena says that he will author a counterpart bill in the Senate seeking the creation of a one-island region for Negros.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Palmes-Dennis: Rosalie loves to dance
WHILE attending a Zumbathon fundraiser in Charlotte, North Carolina for "Haiyan" supertyphoon victims in the Philippines, I came across a woman clad in light brown cargo pants and yellow shirt who moved to the upbeat music with such grace.
S nchez: By another name
"WHAT'S in a name? That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet," cried Juliet to her Romeo in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Philippines capacity up 5.4% in 2013; Cebu Pacific Air commands half of domestic market
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Aloha Medical Mission: Serving Negrenses for 10 years
IN MANY ways, Negros Occidental is a lucky province. With its bountiful land and sea resources, scenic tourist attractions, and warm people, Negrenses are discovering more and more reasons each day to live happily in this part of the country.
Pacete: Do we celebrate Arts Month in Negros?
TO SOME Negrosanons, the answer is "Yes!" Bago is trying to revive the "babaylan" artists through their rituals.
DOT launches tourism campaign
THE Department of Tourism in Western Visayas region will launch a grand home-grown tourism attraction campaign in Iloilo City on Sunday, March 2, 2014 as it unfolds the "Experience Western Visayas First" tourism drive for local and national tourists especially the Ilonggos.
Reflections of 3 artists
THE art exhibits at Gallery Orange in Mandalagan always fascinate me. I regularly pass by the place on my way to work.
Jimenez: A new plane ride experience
TODAY I fly from Bacolod-Silay Airport to Davao International Airport on the direct flight of Cebu Pacific Air.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Keeping honey bees, a profitable enterprise
THE western honey bee or European honey bee is a nutritionally loaded flying insect, and one of the bee species making waves in the backyards of many households recently.
NFA still won't budge over office transfer
THE National Food Authority in Negros Occidental continued to refuse to transfer from Capitol lot to Barangay Tabunan, Bago City, despite the repeated requests from Governor Alfredo Maranon Jr. The NFA provincial office, situated on Gatuslao St., Bacolod City, sits on a property adjacent to the Capitol lot covered by the deed of absolute sale and ... (more)
Honeyman: Regionally elected senators
"DO I pray for the senators? No, I look at the senators and pray for the country."
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Young Filipinos meet Asia
STORIES of persistence and perseverance were just heard from the Dugong Dakila batch or the 2013 Philippine Youth Ambassadors of Goodwill, as they meticulously prepared for the 2013 Ship for Southeast Asia Youth Program .
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Tinagba Festival 2014: The most colorful and meaningful ever
If we always look forward to the annual Tinagba Festival in this city, it's because we want to see how IrigueA os better themselves in terms of creativity and imaginativeness.
720T members to benefit from housing program for Yolanda survivors
THE Home Mutual Development Fund, also known as Pag-Ibig Fund, has urged land developers to participate in its special low-cost housing program as part of the rehabilitation of areas devastated by super typhoon Yolanda.
A different approach to effective learning
TO MAKE learning more fun and effective, public schools in the 3rd District are now being introduced to cyber education, one of which is the use of Promethean Interactive Whiteboard in Math and Science.