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  • UC baby Lady Jags bag Akari North Luzon crown February 22, 2018
    WHEN the going gets tough, the University of the Cordilleras banked on their middle hitters to get the job done. Tournament MVP Aice Parrocha and Rosemar Borlongan teamed up in the final set to push the Baby Jaguars past a never-say-die Pudtol Vocational High School side and win the 2018 Akari National High School Volleyball […]
  • Kingad-Subba match-up all set for One Championship February 22, 2018
    TEAM Lakay flyweight prospect Danny Kingad is all set for another One Championship as he takes on Malaysia's Gianni Subba in the under card of the One Championship's "Visions of Victory." The main event will be headlined by Adriano Moraes, who will defend his flyweight world championship belt against Reece MacLaren at the Axiata Stadium […]
  • Vinluan: Stretching exercises to get you going February 22, 2018
    BEFORE a rooster crows at dawn it stretches its legs, stretches its neck, flap its wing, before doing a cock-a-doodle-doo! Why this? It is the best way to start its day, because stretching stimulates its body. Like human beings yawning with stretch arms as they get out of bed in the morning motivates the body […]
  • Speak out: Database on organic agriculture in Benguet February 22, 2018
    REPUBLIC Act 10068, known as the Organic Agriculture Act (OAA) of 2010, was signed into law in 2010. It is an act providing for the development and promotion of organic agriculture (OA) in the Philippines and for other purposes. The Cordillera region, especially the province of Benguet, is one of the earliest provinces to respond […]
  • Fernando: Hypebeast February 22, 2018
    A COLLEAGUE recently bought a branded shirt as a gift to her daughter. She told me later she has yet to give the shirt to her child because of her fear that her daughter might get bullied or worst mauled by teenagers posturing as "hypebeast" in the city. I did not know one might get […]
  • Councilor slams festival organizers February 20, 2018
    COUNCILOR Leandro Yangot lamented that organizers of the Baguio Flower Festival have yet to coordinate or include him in any meeting for Session Road in Bloom (SRB). Yangot, during this week’s regular session, said that as co-chairman of the SRB, he previously asked for meetings with his counterparts in the Baguio Flower Festival Foundation Incorporated […]
  • Solution to traffic presented February 20, 2018
    IDEAS to solve traffic were presented to help Baguio City hurdle woes in congestion. Teodoro Tan of the Traffic and Transportation Management Committee and Joseph Claridades, a private business analyst, faced councilors to discuss ideas on how to help Baguio manage traffic. Tan advocated to create the Baguio City Parking and Traffic Office to oversee […]
  • BLISTT guides now Mandarin speaking February 20, 2018
    THE first batch of Cordilleran tour guides who took up Chinese Mandarin language training graduated from their course over the weekend. S&A Learning solutions trainer Patricia Ann Umali said 17 tour guides engaged in a five-weekend training and acquired skills in basic conversation in a bid to boost tourist arrivals and serve clientele better. The […]
  • Hike in hazard pay of garbage collectors pushed February 20, 2018
    THE Baguio City Council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance that seeks to increase the hazard pay of garbage collectors and street sweepers. Councilor Leandro Yangot Jr., in his proposed measure, said it is the duty of the local government to protect its workers and provide them an equitable compensation based on the principle […]
  • Drug suspects, firearm couriers arrested February 20, 2018
    FOUR drug suspects and two firearm couriers were separately arrested in the provinces of Kalinga and Benguet over the weekend. The drug suspects were on board two motorcycles coming from Barangay Buscalan, Tinglayan, Kalinga, and headed to Santiago City, Isabela, when flagged down in a checkpoint. Confiscated from them were 6,500 grams of dried marijuana […]

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  • Modus nga paggamit sa pangaean ni DENR sec. Cimatu agud makapangloko sa mga resort owners sa Boracay, nabuking February 22, 2018
    KALIBO, Aklan – – – Padayun nga gina-imbestigahan makaron it mga kapulisan ro report it sangka negosyante ag resort owner sa isla it Boracay nga nakabaton sigon it tawag sa telepono kun sa siin hay gingamit ro pangaean ni Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) secretary Roy Cimatu agud nga makapangayo it kwarta. Sa […]
  • Bohol solon ipinababasura ang graft case sa Sandiganbayan February 22, 2018
    Muling naghain ng mosyon ngayon si Bohol Rep. Arthur Yap sa Sandiganbayan para sa kaso nitong graft kaugnay naman ng maanomalyang car loan plan. Sa inihaing motion to quash, nakasaad ang paghiling ni Yap na mabasura ang mga impormasyong nagdidiin sa kanya sa naturang kaso. Binigyang diin ng dating Agriculture secretary na wala siya sa […]
  • Kawhi Leonard, posibleng ‘di muna masilayan ngayong season – Spurs coach February 22, 2018
    Pinaghahandaan na umano ng San Antonio Spurs ang nalalabi nilang mga laro ngayong season na hindi kasama si Kawhi Leonard. Kung maaalala, absent na sa siyam na laro si Leonard dahil nagpapagaling pa ito sa right quadriceps tendinopathy. Ang tendinopathy ay isang uri ng sakit sa litid. Ayon kay Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, hindi pa […]
  • DoH legal dep’t, pinakilos na vs Sanofi Pasteur February 22, 2018
    Tiniyak ng Department of Health (DoH) na gagamitin na nila ang lahat ng legal remedies laban sa Sanofi Pasteur makaraang tanggihan ng kompaniya ang pag-refund sa P1.6 billion used doses ng kanilang produkto. Sa isang kalatas na inilabas ngayong araw ng tanggapan ni Health Sec. Francisco Duque III, sinabi nitong natanggap na nila ang liham […]
  • Mayor Sara, nagalit matapos tawagin daw siya ni Speaker Alvarez na ‘oposisyon’ February 22, 2018
    Binuweltahan ni Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte si House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez matapos siyang tawagin nito na bahagi ng “oposisyon.” Sa kanyang post sa Instagram, sinabi ni Duterte na kung “asshole” man daw si Alvarez sa Kamara, hindi raw dapat nito ito dalhin sa Davao. “How dare you call me part of the opposition,” ani […]

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  • ‘Mistahs’ return to PMA grounds for homecoming February 17, 2018
    FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio City—Top officials of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) returned to the grounds of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) on Saturday to recall their lives as cadets or "misthas" as the country’s premier military school celebrates its annual alumni gathering. The post ‘Mistahs’ return to PMA grounds […]
  • Christmas chill brings tourists to Baguio December 15, 2017
    The Christmas chill, which draws tourists to this mountain city, is here, with the temperature dropping to 12.5 degrees Celsius. The post Christmas chill brings tourists to Baguio appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Promoting PH is everyone’s task–DOT exec September 15, 2017
    Saying her task was not to keep a headcount of tourist arrivals, Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo announced the establishment of tourism media to help push the country “into the global radar” so tourism could improve local economies and serve as a poverty alleviation tool. The post Promoting PH is everyone’s task–DOT exec appeared first on […]
  • Cops nab 2 for sniffing shabu inside car in Dagupan August 12, 2017
    Police on Saturday arrested two Baguio City residents for sniffing shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) inside a car parked along the road here. The post Cops nab 2 for sniffing shabu inside car in Dagupan appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio man faces raps after failed attempt to kill self with grenade June 9, 2017
    A former member of the defunct Philippine Constabulary is now facing a charge of alarm and scandal after failing in his attempt to commit suicide by detonating a grenade inside a building at the Baguio City Public Market on Wednesday (June 7). The post Baguio man faces raps after failed attempt to kill self with […]
  • Kin of cop slain by Maute in Marawi appeal for justice June 1, 2017
    The body of Senior Insp. Freddie Solar has returned home, a week after he was shot dead by members of the Maute Group when they laid siege on Marawi City on May 23. The body's return from Mindanao was financed by friends, classmates and relatives working overseas, said Teresita Sungar, Solar's grandmother. The post Kin […]
  • Baguio court junks cases vs Sobrepeña, top John Hay execs May 29, 2017
    A Baguio City judge has dropped the criminal cases against businessman Robert John Sobrepeña and other top executives of Camp John Hay Development Corp. (CJHDevCo). The post Baguio court junks cases vs Sobrepeña, top John Hay execs appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Planning a trip to Baguio CITY? Gas up in lowlands May 25, 2017
    If you are traveling on your own vehicle to Baguio City, make sure you have enough fuel to take you down to the lowlands to refuel in Pangasinan or La Union province. The post Planning a trip to Baguio CITY? Gas up in lowlands appeared first on Inquirer News.
  • Baguio mourns 2 ex-mayors who steered city thru crises May 16, 2017
    In a span of six days, Baguio City lost its mayor who dealt with the impact of the 1990 killer earthquake, and another official who rallied residents when the summer capital was gripped by the meningococcemia scare in the early 2000. The post Baguio mourns 2 ex-mayors who steered city thru crises appeared first on […]
  • Vizcaya town treasurer loses gun, P30k to Baguio thieves May 8, 2017
    The municipal treasurer of Kayapa town in Nueva Vizcaya lost a gun and P30,000 to thieves at the parking lot of a Baguio restaurant on Sunday night (May 7), the Cordillera police said. The cash and a government-issued .45-pistol were inside a black sling bag which was taken from the van of 55-year-old John Benedict […]