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  • Dacawi: Roberta’s blind courage (Continued from last week) March 24, 2017
    (THE multi-titled Baguio Cinderellas took me in as team manager in 1991, a year after the July 16 killer quake. Never mind that I didn’t know what an off-side rule is and the fact that pro bono family Doctor Julie Camdas-Cabato had just confirmed then that I was a sugar magnate without a hacienda, translated […]
  • Dumaguing: Getting to know cervical cancer March 24, 2017
    DISEASES of the female genito-urinary tract are numerous and extremely common, so we at SunStar Baguio, in commemoration of March being International Women's month, want to show our affection, love and gratitude to all the women we care about, who gave meaning and purpose to our lives- mothers, grandmothers, aunties, sisters, wives and daughters, by […]
  • Padilla: BARP assembly today, Holy Mass at the Shrine of the Brown Madonna tomorrow March 24, 2017
    BEFORE anything else, I would like to thank media-sportsman associate Pigeon Lobien for his article in my column last weekend. It was a piece of history about our local tourism activities under the leadership of retired Cordillera Regional Director Carmelita Mondiguing. Actually, I requested Pigeon to pinch hit for me while I was taking care […]
  • Bautista: Boxed in March 24, 2017
    AS OF this very writing, I will be taking part once more in another election for Philippine Boxing. The sport has the richest Olympic history, more than any sport the country has taken part. Hopefully I won't be boxed out of it. Seven years ago, I was introduced to boxing. I was first to have […]
  • Water rationing looms March 24, 2017
    WITH the decline of water supply in the summer season, the Baguio Water District (BWD) is set to reduce distribution among consumers. BWD general manager Salvador Royeca said demand during the summer may reach 64,329 cubic meters per day but only 44,774 cubic meters/day will be available. "Pababa ang water source ngayong summer kaya kailangang […]
  • Baguio IP seat vacant March 24, 2017
    THE SEAT for the Indigenous People’s Mandatory Representative in Baguio is open, keeping Roger Sinot’s elusive take over at bay. National Commission for Indigenous Peoples Regional Director Roland Calde said until a consensus is reached by Indigenous Cultural Communities (ICCs) groups in the city, the seat remains open for another election if deemed necessary.
  • Kaltimex told to honor contract March 24, 2017
    BAGUIO City Mayor Mauricio Domogan said Kaltimex must proceed with the agreement with the city. Domogan said a negotiation of the approved contract is not possible at this point saying Kaltimex must first proceed with the project. The mayor added the company might be looking for a legal way out of the contract with the […]
  • Cordillera lawmakers revive autonomy bill March 24, 2017
    BAGUIO City Representative Mark Go together with other Cordillera lawmakers filed House Bill 5343, an act to establish an Autonomous Region of the Cordillera (ARC). The bill was jointly filed by Teddy Baguilat Jr. (Ifugao), Eleanor Bulut-Begtang (Apayao), Joseph Sto. Nino Bernos (Abra), Ronald Cosalan (Benguet), Maximo Dalog (Mountain Province) and Allen Jesse Mangaoang (Kalinga). […]
  • La Trinidad Fire Station still on alert March 24, 2017
    AS PART of the Fire Prevention Month, La Trinidad Fire Station continually monitors the town against any untoward fire accidents. With the theme “Buhay at Ari-Arian ay Pahalagahan, Ibayong Pag-iingat sa Sunog ay sa Sariling Pamayanan Simulan,” Senior Fire Officer IV Patrick Coy-om said the fire station conducted various activities for the observance of fire […]
  • Jailbirds’ children find second parents at BJMP March 24, 2017
    THE reformatory program goes beyond persons deprived of liberty (PDLs) changing the lives of inmates and transcending to their family members when Baguio jail guards reached out to the children left in limbo because of their parents incarceration. Baguio City Jail Female Dormitory headed by warden Jail Senior Inspector April Rose Ayangwa launched last year […]

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  • Pamilya ng OFW na nasa death row sa UAE, ‘hopeful’ sa pagdinig bukas March 26, 2017
    Nasa United Arab Emirates (UAE) na ang mga magulang ng Overseas Filipino Worker na nasa death row sa nasabing bansa. Ito’y para sa nakatakdang pagdining bukas, Marso 27, ng UAE Court of Appeals kung pagtitibayin ang pagpapataw ng bitay kay Jennifer Dalquez. Umaasa naman ang mga magulang ni Jennifer na mabibigyan ito ng pardon. Nag-ugat […]
  • ‘Natipid na kuryente sa Earth Hour 2017, bumaba sa 165MW’ March 26, 2017
    Inamin ng Department of Energy (DOE) at National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) na bumaba ang bilang ng mga tao sa Luzon na nakiisa sa Earth Hour 2017, habang tumaas naman sa Visayas at Mindanao. Sa talaan ng DOE at NGCP, aabot lamang sa 77 megawatts ang observed maximum load reduction sa Luzon sa […]
  • Misis sa Iloilo, sinaksak-patay ng mister dahil umano sa pagbubunganga March 26, 2017
    ILOILO CITY – Patay ang isang misis makaraang saksakin ng kanyang mister sa Barangay Agcuyawan Calsada, Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo. Ang biktima ay kinilalang si Ligaya Valdez, 37, ng nasabing lugar. Sa interview ng Bombo Radyo sa suspek na si Carlos Valdez, 40, tubong Barangay Salinungan West, San Mateo Isabela, inihayag nito na pag-uwi niya galing […]
  • International Athletic Association Federation, muling sinuri ang Ilagan City Sports Complex para sa pagbubukas ng 12th SEA Youth Championship March 26, 2017
    CAUAYAN CITY – Ilang oras bago ang pormal na pagbubukas ng 12th Southeat Asian Youth Athletic Championships ay muling sinuri ng International Athletic Association Federation ang mga pasilidad sa Ilagan City Sports Complex. Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo Cauayan kay Sangguniang Panlunsod Antonio Montereal Jr., chairman ng Committee on Information layunin ng grupo na madouble-check […]
  • 12th SEA Youth Championship: Int’l Athletic Association Federation, sinuri uli ang Ilagan Sports Complex March 26, 2017
    CAUAYAN CITY – Ilang oras bago ang pormal na pagbubukas ng 12th Southeat Asian (SEA) Youth Athletic Championships, muling sinuri ng International Athletic Association Federation ang mga pasilidad sa Ilagan City Sports Complex. Sa panayam ng Bombo Radyo Cauayan kay Sangguniang Panlunsod Antonio Montereal Jr., chairman ng Committee on Information, layunin ng grupo na ma-double […]
  • Thai agri firm, nangako ng P10-M sa war vs drugs at rural dev’t program ng admin March 26, 2017
    Nangako ang isang Thai agricultural company na magbibigay sila ng P10 milyon sa Pilipinas para sa kampanya ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte laban sa iligal na droga at sa rural development program ng gobyerno. Kinumpirma ito mismo ni Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol sa kanyang Facebook post noon pang Marso 23. Ayon sa kalihim, mula ang pera […]
  • AFP nililinaw na hindi nila minomonitor si VP Leni at 2 senador March 26, 2017
    Mariing pinabulaanan ni AFP spokesperson na si Brig/Gen Restituto Padilla na kanilang minomonitor ang galaw ni Vice President Leni Robredo, Sen. Leila de Lima at Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV. Iginiit ni Padilla na may mga nagpapakalat lamang daw nito at hindi rin daw trabaho ng AFP na i-monitor ang mga elected officials na ang mandato […]
  • Mapipiling ‘Golden Healthy Baby 2017’ sa Mt. Province, inaabangan March 26, 2017
    BAGUIO CITY- Nagsisimula nang magbilang ang ilang mga nanay sa araw ng kanilang panganganak. Ito ay dahil pa rin sa Search for Golden Healthy Baby 2017 na gaganapin sa Mt. Province kasabay ng 50th Founding Anniversay ng lalawigan at Lang-Ay Festival sa munisipyo ng Bontoc. Ayon kay Novie Afidchao, provincial information officer ng probinsya, ito […]
  • Suspek sa paggahasa sa 7-anyos na bata sa Iloilo, huli na; kinuyog ng brgy. March 26, 2017
    ILOILO CITY – Naaresto na ang suspek sa pagdukot at paggahasa sa pitong taong gulang na bata sa Barangay Parara Norte, Tigbauan, Iloilo. Nadakip si Noel Salarda, 31, sa Barangay Cagbang, Oton, Iloilo. Nakita ng barangay tanod na si Cecilia Odaka ng Barangay Cagbang, Oton si Salarda, na nakaupo sa gutter ng kalsada sa Block […]
  • Planong magtalaga ng OICs sa barangay posts, nakakabawas ng demokrasya – Nene Pimentel March 26, 2017
    Naniniwala si dating Senate President Aquilino “Nene” Pimentel Jr. na “mababawasan” ang demokrasya ng bansa sakaling matuloy ang planong magtalaga na lamang ng barangay officials sa halip na ituloy ang pambarangay na halalan na nakatakda sa Oktubre. Binigyan diin ni Pimentel na “mas democratic ang eleksyon”, at ang plano umano ni Pangulong Rdrigo Duterte na […]

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  • Duterte to PMA graduates: Be morally upright March 12, 2017
    President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday urged the graduates of the Philippine Military Academy Salaknib Class of 2017 to be morally upright and be loyal to the Constitution as they leave the country’s premiere military school. The post Duterte to PMA graduates: Be morally upright appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • DBP bus topples on way out of Baguio, 41 passengers safe February 26, 2017
    A bus fell on its side as it exited Baguio City before Sunday noon, but its 41 passengers survived the accident along Marcos Highway, with 7 undergoing treatment for minor injuries, a rescue group said. The post DBP bus topples on way out of Baguio, 41 passengers safe appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Panagbenga without the chills to greet revelers in Baguio February 20, 2017
    Don't expect chilly weather when the city celebrates the Panagbenga flower festival this weekend, weather experts said. The post Panagbenga without the chills to greet revelers in Baguio appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio grows coldest on Valentine’s Day February 14, 2017
    The mercury dropped to 8 degrees Celsius in Baguio City on Tuesday, Valentine's Day, the coldest on record since the start of the year. The post Baguio grows coldest on Valentine’s Day appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Valentine weather in Baguio: 9.6°C February 12, 2017
    The temperature here seems to be tailored for Valentine’s Day, as it dropped to 9.6 degrees Celsius at 5 a.m. on Saturday, perfect for cuddling among lovers. The post Valentine weather in Baguio: 9.6°C appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Fashion breakout in Baguio City Prison January 28, 2017
    Her head held high, the striking 18-year-old woman marched down a scarlet runway at a Baguio café in November, in a dress designed by her mother. The two, however, did not share the limelight for this creatio The post Fashion breakout in Baguio City Prison appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio chills once again January 27, 2017
    The chilly morning resumed in this mountain city as the mercury plunged to 11 degrees Celsius on Friday, matching the coldest day on Jan. 9, according to the weather bureau here. The post Baguio chills once again appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio gov’t employee killed in crossfire during drug bust January 25, 2017
    A City Hall employee was killed in an anti-drug operation that turned sour along upper Session Road on Tuesday afternoon (Jan. 24). Miguel Delinilla, 57, who was assigned to the city engineering office, died from a gunshot wound to the head. The post Baguio gov’t employee killed in crossfire during drug bust appeared first on […]
  • Baguio afternoon classes suspended Jan. 27 for Spring Festival parade January 24, 2017
    Afternoon classes on Friday (Jan. 27) for elementary and high schools have been suspended in this mountain city, to allow school children to watch this year's Chinese New Year parade along downtown Baguio at 3 p.m. The post Baguio afternoon classes suspended Jan. 27 for Spring Festival parade appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Honest Baguio cabbie gets training and job offer from Australian firm January 24, 2017
    A taxi driver, who returned the belongings left by an Australian businessman here last week, was gifted with a job offer in an unnamed Australian firm based in Baguio City. Reggie Cabututan, 30, said he was surprised by the gesture of the owners of the Calle Uno building here, where Australian Trent Shields was dropped […]